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  • Why so many games are getting announced early | GB Decides

    When the credits of the Mario movie finish, will Funky Kong approach Mario with an invitation to a wider universe? The crew discusses that and more on this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast. Editors Mike Minotti and Jeff Grubb also answer your questions and talk about the latest news. Join them, won’t you? discord.gg/gamemess Patreon.com/gamemess Jeff Grubb’s Twitter…

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  • GamesBeat news writer Rachel Kaser’s favorite games of 2021

    If you listened to the 231st episode of GamesBeat Decides, you’ll already know what my picks are. I explained my thought process somewhat on that show, but I’d like to expand upon it here. For my personal list, I don’t want to just spit back the same list the Gamesbeat team put out earlier this month. So the games on…

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  • Report: Tech leaders worry the industry may run out of compute power in the next decade

    Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. Fifty-three percent of enterprise technology leaders are worried they will run out of computing power in the next decade — one of several challenges hindering organizations as they look to scale up artificial intelligence initiatives, according to a new…

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  • AI Weekly: AI supercomputers and facial recognition to verify taxpayers’ identities

    Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. Supercomputers and facial recognition dominated the headlines this week in AI — but not necessarily in equal measure. Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, announced it’s building a server cluster for AI research that it claims will be…

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  • Building global AI with local impact in an AI economy

    Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. This article was contributed by Wilson Pang, CTO at Appen. Flexible remote work creates a new freelance category in the AI economy The new foundation of the artificial intelligence (AI) economy is flexible, remote work. Thanks to advances in…

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  • U.S. states and Justice Department pile in on Epic’s side in Apple lawsuit

    A total of 35 U.S. states joined in an antitrust lawsuit to back up Epic Games’ lawsuit against Apple over alleged monopolistic practices. Those states met the deadline for filing amicus briefs in Epic’s appeal to a federal court ruling that largely favored Apple, which banned Fortnite from the App Store in 2020 after Epic added a link to cheaper…

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  • Why mobile game developers can’t afford to miss cross-platform opportunities (VB Live)

    Presented by Xsolla In this VB Live event, learn how developers of any size can not only sell their content directly to players, but expand into regions where credit cards are not the primary method of payment, lower their overhead, improve UA and discoverability and more. Register here for free. The mobile games market was built on the shoulders of…

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  • Could AI be used to cheat on programming tests?

    Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. Plagiarism isn’t limited to essays. Programming plagiarism — where a developer copies code deliberately without attribution — is an increasing trend. According to a New York Times article, at Brown University, more than half of the 49 allegations of…

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  • The ideal metric for business impact analysis and IT operations

    Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. This article was contributed by Nikolay Ganyushkin, CEO and founder of Monq Lab When tech companies scale up, it’s vital for them to use metrics to monitor growth. But as the volume of data and complexity of operations increase,…

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  • Report: 75% of containers found to be operating with severe vulnerabilities

    Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. A new report by Sysdig reveals that as teams rush to expand, container security and usage best practices are sacrificed, leaving openings for attackers. In addition, operational controls lag, potentially resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars being wasted…

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