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Lamar, Sheeran and Rolling Stones win Grammy Awards

Rapper Kenrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran, and veteran rockers The Rolling Stones are among the first award winners at the Grammy Awards, which are currently taking place in New York. Lamar, who is likely to be the big winner tonight, and Bruno Mars picked up early Grammys on Sunday in ceremonies …

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​Here come all the AI deployments; Now how do we manage AI?

How will enterprises manage artificial intelligence deployments when most managers and executives don’t understand the underlying models, data science or technology? That question is almost haunting. Artificial intelligence, AI for short, is lumped together with big data, machine learning and neural networks to create what equates to a technology buzzword …

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Bolivia Tells President His Time Is Up. He Isn’t Listening.

Mr. Morales’s determination to continue governing his landlocked country has echoes elsewhere in the region, where a stable grid of democracies suddenly looks a lot less solid. Corruption scandals have rocked Ecuador, a successful impeachment brought down a president in Brazil and an attempt to remove Peru’s president from office …

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'Stubborn and thrifty' IKEA founder dies

IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad has died at the age of 91, the Swedish company has announced. Mr Kamprad, who founded the firm in 1943 at the age of just 17, passed away following a short illness. “His legacy will be admired for many years to come and his vision – …

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Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad dies in Sweden at 91

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWATCH: 5 things to know about Ingvar Kamprad, founder of Ikea The Swedish founder of the Ikea furniture chain, Ingvar Kamprad, has died at the age of 91, the company has announced. Mr Kamprad – who pioneered flat-pack furniture – died at …

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Survivors from missing ferry located in Pacific Ocean

Seven survivors from a ferry that went missing in the Pacific Ocean a week ago have been found adrift in a dinghy.  They were discovered by a search plane today.  The 17-metre ferry with 50 people on board was reported missing on 20 January, two days after it departed Nonouti …

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At Davos, the Real Star May Have Been China, Not Trump

Belt and Road takes its name from the idea that Beijing is spreading its influence along the ancient Silk Road that once linked imperial China to the Roman Empire and to the medieval Europe of Marco Polo. But that was not the only push to extend its presence abroad that …

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