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Damaged Undersea Cables, Bumble, AI Wrote A "Game of Thrones" Book

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Arvindh Yuvaraj

05-Sep-17 12:00

Damaged Undersea Cables, Bumble, AI Wrote A "Game of Thrones" Book

In today's Enterprise Biz Bytes, Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu and Arvindh Yuvaraj talk about:

 

0:56 - Damaged Undersea Cables Causing Internet Slowdown.

4:07 - Bumble, A Dating App That Forces Women To Make The First Move, Reportedly Turned Down A $450 Acquisition Offer.

10:03 - China Hits Booming Cryptocurrency market With Coin Fundraising Ban.

22:45 - AI Just Wrote The Next ‘Game Of Thrones’ Book For Us

31:49 - The Silicon Valley Execs Who Don't Eat For Days: 'It's Not Dieting, It's Biohacking'.


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