Betaworks, a New York Tech Incubator, Has Grown a Following - NY Within a few months, it gained the kind of momentum most entrepreneurs only dream about. Tech bloggers praised it, and users flocked to it. Ashton Kutcher posted a video online showing him and his wife, , using the service. It wasn’t long before inquiries from investors began pouring in. “It was fairly scary,” he said.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is among the greatest innovators of our time. And yet his genius for understanding business is rarely explained in any public way. Rarer still is to hear the advice he would give to the CEO of another hugely successful company: Nike. Steve Jobs' Advice to Nike: Get Rid of the Crappy Stuff [Video]
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The Chess Master and the Computer - The New York Review of Books Steve Honda/AFP/Getty Images Garry Kasparov during his rematch against the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue, 1997 In 1985, in Hamburg, I played against thirty-two different chess computers at the same time in what is known as a simultaneous exhibition. I walked from one machine to the next, making my moves over a period of more than five hours. The four leading chess computer manufacturers had sent their top models, including eight named after me from the electronics firm Saitek. It illustrates the state of computer chess at the time that it didn’t come as much of a surprise when I achieved a perfect 32–0 score, winning every game, although there was an uncomfortable moment.
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