Welcome to CyberCoders' Weekly Roundup! This week, we've handpicked five stories from around the web that offer great insight into the hiring and tech industry.
The great divide between East Coast’s Wall Street and West Coast’s Silicon Valley is about to get a whole lot narrower as major tech companies move in and expand. New York, with its robust community of 7,000 startups is quickly becoming one of the next big tech hubs in the U.S.
Being really smart doesn’t necessarily equal success. In fact, it could work against you if you’re not careful. Here are 5 ways that your smarts could sabotage your success.
Google has been at the forefront of innovation. So you would expect its parent company, Alphabet, would be equally enmeshed in futuristic tech. And that’s exactly why Alphabet’s shutdown of it’s bipedal robot team and sale of its acquired robotics companies came as quite the shock.
Amazon’s decision to build part of its new headquarters in New York is causing an outcry among politicians and residents who fear that the increase in jobs will lead to higher rent, more traffic and a strain on their way of life.
Questions and fears about whether machines will put humans out of work have been rampant. And in light of large strides in A.I. technology, it’s now possible for machines to take over some pretty important job functions. And for these 20 lawyers, that’s a very good thing.