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An MIT Grad Just Got Millions To Build An Entire Fashion Brand That’s Inspired By Algorithms

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Audrey Raj

16-May-18 12:00

An MIT Grad Just Got Millions To Build An Entire Fashion Brand That’s Inspired By Algorithms

On today’s edition of Enterprise Biz Bytes, Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu and Audrey Raj talked about:

1:21 - Whatsapp Announce A Number Of New Group-related Features

7:41 - Virtual Cops Could Be Better at Interviewing Eyewitnesses Than Real Ones, Study Suggests

14:05 - Dutch National Exam Quizzes High School Students On Bitcoin Math

21:37 - An MIT Grad Just Got Millions To Build An Entire Fashion Brand That’s Inspired By Algorithms

28:53 - 3,000 Swedes Have Microchips Implanted For Daily Convenience


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Tags:  EnterpriseBizBytesWhatsappNew group featuresVirtual copsIntervieweyewitnessExamNetherlandsDutchBitcoinMITChoosyAlgorithmSwedenMicrochips Implant





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