Innovations: Uber’s ‘fingerprinting’ of iPhones after users delete app has sparked an FTC complaint

In the future, virtual assistants will not only take orders. They’ll also have ideas of their own.; This audio clip of a robot as Trump may prelude a future of fake human voices; Uber’s head of self-driving cars, accused of stealing a competitor’s secrets, just stepped aside; The age of flying cars is here, Silicon Valley promises;
 
Innovations
It’s all about what’s next
 
 
In the future, virtual assistants will not only take orders. They’ll also have ideas of their own.
Humans may not be taking direct orders from their technology, at least not yet.
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This audio clip of a robot as Trump may prelude a future of fake human voices
And a perfect vocal replication of Trump — or you, or anyone — could be just a few years away, experts say.
 
Uber’s head of self-driving cars, accused of stealing a competitor’s secrets, just stepped aside
Anthony Levandowski has emerged as a central figure in the intellectual property dispute between Uber and Waymo.
 
Uber’s ‘fingerprinting’ of iPhones after users delete app has sparked an FTC complaint
The group claims that Uber’s practice of tagging iPhones was “unfair and deceptive.”
 
The age of flying cars is here, Silicon Valley promises
But we won’t be living like the Jetsons just yet.
 
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