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    1. Law firms programmed for more technological disruption

      Law firms programmed for more technological disruption

      Law firms programmed for more technological disruption From ‘smart contracts’ to apps, opportunities to replace lawyers with software abound Snap decision: loading smartphone images of deals was suggested by a Linklaters client © Getty by: Jane Croft It sometimes seems that the practice of law is resistant to the kinds of technological disruption that are under way in other sectors from the travel industry to taxi driving.

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    2. Dow’s second-fastest 1,000-point move in history, Hugo Barra joins Facebook and why you should ask Siri for a job

      World Add to myFT Dow’s second-fastest 1,000-point move in history, Hugo Barra joins Facebook and why you should ask Siri for a job Trump rally resumes after presidential orders on pipelines and Mexican wall by: Mercedes Ruehl , Neil Munshi , and Siona Jenkins Sign up to receive FirstFT by email here The Trump rally pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average to close above 20,000 for the first time, as investors warmed to the US president’s early moves on deregulation and infrastructure.

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    3. Data analytics is on trend with fashion houses

      Data analytics is on trend with fashion houses

      by: Sarah Murray Fashion retailers are increasingly turning to data analytics to keep up with the latest trends and client demands. As well as having to meet the demands of “fast fashion”— customers wanting the latest designs from catwalk in stores the instant they appear — businesses must also price items correctly, know when to reduce them, stock enough of the right styles, colours, fabrics and sizes, and ensure that stores are well supplied and operate efficiently.

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    4. Google seeks winning formula for the next big thing - FT.com

      Google seeks winning formula for the next big thing - FT.com

      Google seeks winning formula for the next big thing Richard Waters in Mountain View ©Reuters Google is widely considered to have some of the most advanced artificial intelligence technology. And with digital platforms like the Android mobile operating system and the Chrome browser, it has ways to reach billions of people. But can the company find the right formula to turn these advantages into the next hit tech products?

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    5. Google seeks key to next big thing

      Google seeks key to next big thing

      Google seeks winning formula for the next big thing Richard Waters in Mountain View ©Reuters Google is widely considered to have some of the most advanced artificial intelligence technology. And with digital platforms like the Android mobile operating system and the Chrome browser, it has ways to reach billions of people. But can the company find the right formula to turn these advantages into the next hit tech products?

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    6. Google mixes formula for next big thing

      Google mixes formula for next big thing

      Google seeks winning formula for the next big thing Richard Waters in Mountain View ©Reuters Google is widely considered to have some of the most advanced artificial intelligence technology. And with digital platforms like the Android mobile operating system and the Chrome browser, it has ways to reach billions of people. But can the company find the right formula to turn these advantages into the next hit tech products?

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    7. Lost in translation: Tie-up with Google offers hope for cheaper patent filing

      Lost in translation: Tie-up with Google offers hope for cheaper patent filingFinancial TimesSo-called “machine translation” works by comparing translated texts in multiple languages, and using a predictive algorithm to produce new translations. Because patent documents all employ similar styles and formats, their predictable structures make ...and more »
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    8. Technology: A binary goldmine

      Technology: A binary goldmine
      Financial TimesTechnology: A binary goldmineFinancial TimesChief among the new tools are natural language processing, which enables a computer to extract meaning from text, and machine learning, the feedback loops through which computers can test their conclusions on large amounts of data in order ...
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