Nobody Understands Quantum Computing

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IBM Think 2018 – The challenge of getting easy explanations for Quantum and Probable Bit Computing

Programming Quantum Computing with virtual circuits

How IoT and Blockchain are coming together

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Watson Studio – aggregating best practice templates of deep learning models

Hunter extension for Chrome for sales judo

Facebook Cambridge Analytica, privacy settings cleaned up, and more lobbying. Follow Dennis Yu on Facebook.

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Greg Sterling at MarketingLand gets John’s favorite headline of the week award

MarTech Salary Survey, we look at the gender gap

Buffer’s Radical Transparency

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Photo of IBM Q Quantum Computer from Lars Ploughmann