24: Driverless cars in Canada, PayPal media censorship, IBM’s Watson gets a job
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February 15, 2017
Dan's back! On this week's episode: IBM's Watson got a job — with the University of New Brunswick; PayPal and their censorship of a small Manitoba newspaper; driverless cars in the US and Canada; coding as the next blue collar job. Speed round: -Google Maps Lists -Frenchman sues Uber -Google paid Waymo engineers too much -Sony develops insane smartphone camera sensor -Google's new AI is terrifying Recommendations Dan — Generals.io and even more interesting Generals Bot Server Riley — Camel Up, or Camel Cup, depending who you ask Marc — Edifier R1700BT speakersLinks:IBM's Watson computer gets job fighting cybercrime | CBC News — “Now he gets a job and makes us some money,” quipped Caleb Barlow, vice-president of IBM Security.PayPal freezes Canadian media company's account over story about Syrian family | CBC News — “You may be buying or selling goods or services that are regulated or prohibited by the U.S. government,” PayPal said in an email to News Media Canada.Automakers are seeking broad exemptions from…