GrabCAD’s Print Cloud Speeds Up 3D Printing

GrabCAD Print takes the github concept of a processing and sharing hub which can deal with many different file formats, and applies it to the 3D printing process. The goal is to make prototyping faster and less convoluted.
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Nvidia chief downplays challenge from Google’s AI chip

Nvidia has staked a big chunk of its future on supplying powerful graphics chips used for artificial intelligence, so it wasn’t a great day for the company when Google announced two weeks ago that it had built its own AI chip for use in its data centers.

Google’s Tensor Processing Unit, or TPU, was built specifically for deep learning, a branch of AI through which software trains itself to get better at deciphering the world around it, so it can recognize objects or understand spoken language, for example.

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5 more banks join Apple Pay in Singapore so we can all finally use it

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SINGAPORE — Now many more Apple users here can pay in stores with their iPhones and Apple Watches.

Five banks in the country — DBS, OCBC Bank, POSB, Standard Chartered and UOB — announced on Wednesday they had started to support Apple Pay on their credit and debit cards.

Together with American Express, which launched together with Apple Pay here a little over a month ago, the six banks collectively cover the vast majority of the island’s card users, with over 80% of the cards issued by Visa and MasterCard. Some popular banks like Citibank and Maybank have not yet started supporting the service here. Read more…

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4 ways to make sales meetings worth more and cost less


We’ve all been there – stuck in an online or in-person meeting that was scheduled to last 30 minutes, but it drags on for nearly two hours and feels like nothing was accomplished. Meetings (at least good ones) are meant to align organizations, plan strategy, and move business forward.  Leading research shows that unnecessary meetings cost US businesses up to $ 37 billion annually. Employees report they spend over 30 hours per month in unproductive meetings, with many of those hours on web conferences and conference calls. Additionally, 45 percent feel overwhelmed by the number of meetings they attend, 91 percent…

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