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Twitter Using Watson A.I. to Crack Down on ‘Abuse’

Nate Church, It’s come to this: Twitter is now employing IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence to help fight the ongoing war against its own users. The AI famous for winning at Jeopardy and replacing insurance claims agents will take on its greatest challenge yet: Twitter trolls. Watson will use its ability to interpret natural language and analyze images

Undeniable Evidence That The Real Economy Is Already In Recession Mode

Michael Snyder, Economic Collapse You are about to see a chart that is undeniable evidence that we have already entered a major economic slowdown.  In the “real economy”, stuff is bought and sold and shipped around the country by trucks, railroads and planes.  When more stuff is being bought and sold and shipped around the

‘America First’ Is a Battle Cry for the Oppressed Middle Class #TrumpTrain

Rachel Marsden,   It’s a sign that something is amiss when an American presidential candidate ruffles feathers by announcing, as Republican front-runner Donald Trump did recently, that the theme of his administration would be “America First.” “No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first,” Trump said in a speech outlining

Carly Fiorina signs up to another doomed merger

Carly Fiorina is embarking on another doomed merger. U.S. presidential candidate Ted Cruz tapped the former Hewlett-Packard boss to be his running mate if he can somehow win the Republican nomination. The math, after a five-state sweep on Tuesday night by real-estate mogul Donald Trump, is about as compelling as the $25 billion takeover of

No one is poor enough for Democrats

Noah Rothman,  It was an inevitable and natural outgrowth of the Democrats’ Obama-era campaign themes, but so few seem to have seen it coming. The obsession with “income inequality” and the Democratic Party’s rhetorical commitment to using the power of the state to address that imbalance has painted the party’s most prominent figures into an