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    1. High-tech investments keep coming for Pittsburgh area

      High-tech investments keep coming for Pittsburgh area

      High-tech investments keep coming for Pittsburgh area February 12, 2017 12:00 AM Alan Diaz/Associated Press Courtesy of Ford Pictured are: Peter Rander, Argo AI COO; Ken Washington, Ford vice president of Research and Advanced Engineering; Mark Fields, Ford president and CEO; Bryan Salesky, Argo AI CEO; Raj Nair, Ford executive vice president, Product Development, and chief technical officer; and Laura Merling, Ford Smart Mobility LLC vice president of autonomous vehicle solutions.

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    2. Heaping helpings of hype

      Heaping helpings of hype

      Don’t expect instant gratification from tech August 13, 2016 12:00 AM By Leonid Bershidsky Another Tesla has crashed because the driver thought its self-driving technology could actually drive the car. As we read all the stories about magical technology and then use the hyped-up products, we ought to keep in mind that the “magic” hits the market long before they live up to their promise, which in some cases they will never do. If it’s new, don’t expect it to work as advertised.

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    3. Nobody ‘poaches’ talent from CMU

      Nobody ‘poaches’ talent from CMU

      Advertisement Nobody ‘poaches’ talent from CMU A free market of brilliant people enriches not only corporations, but also universities and society at large August 7, 2016 12:00 AM Uber Uber's self-driving car, which now is being advanced, in part, by computer scientists hired away from Carnegie Mellon University. By Andrew W. Moore When Uber decided to develop its own self-driving car, it went big.

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    4. What You (Really) Need to Know

      A PARADOX of American higher education is this: The expectations of leading universities do much to define what secondary schools teach, and much to establish a template for what it means to be an educated man or woman. College campuses are seen as the source for the newest thinking and for the generation of new ideas, as society's cutting edge.
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