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What you Create for an Audience of One is Much More Likely to Reach An Audience of Millions

What you Create for an Audience of One is Much More Likely to Reach An Audience of Millions

What you Create for an Audience of One is Much More Likely to Reach An Audience of Millionshttps://medium.com/@skooloflife/what-you-create-for-an-audience-of-one-is-much-more-likely-to-reach-an-audience-of-millions-9473bb2de64bOne of the great paradoxes of creative work is that what we create for an audience of one is much more likely to reach an audience of millions. When we sanitize and optimize our work in the hopes of driving eyeballs and clicks, the work loses its authenticity and potential resonance.

Nobody Wants to Let Google Win the War for Maps All Over Again

Nobody Wants to Let Google Win the War for Maps All Over Again - Bloomberg

Nobody Wants to Let Google Win the War for Maps All Over Again – Bloomberghttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-02-21/nobody-wants-to-let-google-win-the-war-for-maps-all-over-again?utm_campaign=news&utm_medium=bd&utm_source=applenewsSelf-driving cars need painfully detailed data on every inch of street. Can automakers solve the problem without the reigning superpower of maps? Google won by blanketing the globe with its street-mapping cars and with software expertise that couldn’t be matched by navigation companies, automakers and even Apple Inc. Nobody wants to let Google win again.

How Smart a Traveler Are You?

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/01/02/travel/29travel-tips-quiz.html?recid=0yegwVBeIsQ4Ndh1ovDtelZsTzB&sl_rec=thompson_sample_dedup_sticky&contentCollection=smarter-living&mData=articles%255B%255D%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.nytimes.com%252F2017%252F12%252F08%252Fsmarter-living%252Fblack-ice-driving.html%253Frecid%253D0yegwVBeIsQ4Ndh1ovDtelZsTzB%2526sl_l%253D1%2526sl_rec%253Dthompson_sample_dedup_sticky%26articles%255B%255D%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.nytimes.com%252Finteractive%252F2018%252F01%252F02%252Ftravel%252F29travel-tips-quiz.html%253Frecid%253D0yegwVBeIsQ4Ndh1ovDtelZsTzB%2526sl_rec%253Dthompson_sample_dedup_sticky&hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=smarterLiving-promo-region&region=smarterLiving-promo-region&WT.nav=smarterLiving-promo-region&_r=0How savvy a traveler are you? Here are a few questions, culled from recent articles in our Travel Tips collection, to test your travel smarts.

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Math Says You’re Driving Wrong and It’s Slowing Us All Down #mmda

https://www.wired.com/story/math-says-youre-driving-wrong-and-its-slowing-us-all-down/?CNDID=49046367&mbid=nl_121517_daily_list3_p4A new study in IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems mathematically models the implications of the larger problem: You’re not keeping the right distance from the car behind you.

Apple’s autonomous car software uses neural networks to improve navigation, object detection

Apple's autonomous car software uses neural networks to improve navigation, object detection - TechRepublic

Apple’s autonomous car software uses neural networks to improve navigation, object detection – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/apples-autonomous-car-software-uses-neural-networks-to-improve-navigation-object-detection/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472In a research paper, Apple scientists explain how new software can help self-driving cars identify pedestrians and cyclists by improving LiDAR.