Why Machines Don’t Speak Spanish Well (and Why They Should)


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By Elena González-Blanco , IE University

Every day people talk more naturally about artificial intelligence (AI). We are getting used to this label – with a meaning for many still surrounded by an enigmatic halo – penetrating our routine more frequently.

Without being barely conscious, we smile to unlock the mobile phone without knowing that after that second in front of the camera, thousands of pixels converted into data feed deep learning algorithms at high speed. These are today capable of automating facial recognition in percentages greater than 98% accuracy.

The hatching has been stellar. We can consider the victory of DeepMind against the world’s first Go player in 2016 as an essential point. In just 5 years, the

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10 Lessons I Learned as Someone Who Has Spent 10 Years Running a Business


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This month, I’m celebrating my 10 year entrepreneur anniversary. It’s been a decade of late nights, working weekends, networking with tremendously talented people, fostering client relationships, relentless traveling and a myriad of highs and lows that define the life of an entrepreneur. Running a business is a journey of joy and pain, but for some of us, the siren’s song of entrepreneurship cannot be silenced.  

If you’re in the early stages of starting your business or currently in the trenches of growing your business, here are the top ten pieces of advice I have for you. 

1. Get good at every aspect of the business

Maybe you started your widget business because you love making widgets. As the new owner of a widget business, you’ve signed yourself up for dozens of new jobs, most of which

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Make Probiotics Quickly with This Shark Tank-Featured Product

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Google sued for ‘pirating’ Mexican movies on YouTube

Spanish producer Carlos Vasallo filed the lawsuit against the two Alphabet companies in Florida.

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Google faces a lawsuit, in a federal court in Florida, by the Spanish audiovisual producer Carlos Vasallo , who accuses the company of allegedly exploiting the piracy of his films on the famous video website. According to information issued by reporter Peter Hayes from the Bloomberg portal, Vasallo claims to have “the world’s largest collection of Mexican and Latin American films.”

Within the lawsuit filed last Monday, May 3, Carlos Vasallo’s company, whose name responds to Athos Overseas, affirms

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Top Video Game Stocks To Watch After Activision Blizzard Beat Estimates


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Activision’s Strong Earnings Are Putting These Video Game Stocks On Investors’ Radar

Video game stocks may be under pressure along with the stock market pullback this week. But one thing’s for sure. That is their fundamentals remain intact, at least in the near term as the coronavirus pandemic acts as a short-term tailwind. For instance, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) has topped analysts’ expectations for the first quarter, thanks to its popular “Call of Duty” and “Candy Crush” franchises.

During its first quarter, revenue came in at $2.07 billion, beating estimates of $1.78 billion. Activision Blizzard reported earnings of $0.84 per share, topping analysts’ estimates of $0.70 per share. Following the earnings announcement yesterday, the company’s stock is up by about 5{a09df0a7172ddbd410cbc83e52d18ea8893b7d066ec9e694b3e49f37d306c3bb} at market open. There’s no question that stay-at-home measures have left millions of

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Man robs McDonald’s with a toy gun and asks for some chicken nuggets

Employees warned the offender that the restaurant was only serving the breakfast menu at the time, so the thief had to settle for a McMuffin.

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Hi, I’m here to steal and can I get some nuggets please! Ruddi Batten was jailed after robbing two restaurants, including a McDonald’s . The 22-year-old man turned himself in to police, the DailyMail reports.

According to the Avon and Somerset police in the United Kingdom, the young man would have robbed a fast food restaurant the night of February 7 with a toy gun and the next morning he would repeat the scene at a McDonald’s from which he took cash and he asked for some

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Bill and Melinda Gates Are Divorcing After More Than 25 Years of Marriage

The couple have three children together.

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Billionaire and philanthropic couple Bill and Melinda Gates are divorcing following more than 25 years of marriage, the former announced on Twitter.

On Monday, the Microsoft co-founder took to the social media platform to let his followers know that he and Melinda were ending their marriage. 

Related: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Sells Its Alibaba Shares

“After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage,” Gates said in a statement that was written in conjunction with his soon-to-be ex-wife. “Over the last 27 years, we have raised three incredible children and built a foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy, productive

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5 Truths About Employee Engagement That No One Wants to Hear

When you can accept these truths, you can create a culture of sustainable success.

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Highly engaged employees are the holy grail of business success. It’s clear that the more engaged your people are, the better off your company will be. 

Here are five truths about employee engagement that you need to know if you’d like to create engaged teams and realize the benefits.

Nearly two-thirds of employees in your organization are disengaged

The first step on the road to recovery is accepting that you have a problem. Yet most companies I speak with don’t believe they have an issue. They claim that their companies are hitting the goals and that performance

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10 reasons to open a business even if it scares you

Despite what people around you may say, this is the best time to enter the business world. Do not miss this opportunity!

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.


I have been working for 15 years in a company that provides computer services, in which there could be a further downsizing. I have been wanting to start a systems consulting business for a long time and if I get fired and get my payoff, I could decide to start this project. But is it advisable to open a business at this time? Esteban Rojas, Monterrey, Nuevo León.

Despite what people around you may say, this is the best time to enter the business world. It is enough to analyze the past and the various economic

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She Made History After Becoming the First Woman of Color to Head the SEC. Then, She Stepped Down After Just Five Days.

SEC enforcement director Alex Oh stepped down from her role after being scrutinized for her part in an ExxonMobil lawsuit.

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Alex Oh resigned from her role as enforcement director at the SEC only days after taking the job due to criticism over her work as a corporate defense lawyer.

The SEC didn’t mention reasons for Oh’s resignation in a statement released on Wednesday. 

However, Oh reportedly resigned after District Judge Royce Lamberth issued an order on Monday, questioning her practice in a deposition in a lawsuit filed against ExxonMobil, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Related: SEC Expands Accredited Investor Rule

Attorney Melissa Hodgman will return to the role of acting director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, the agency said.

“In

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