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https://plus.google.com/117417465655209099925 DLH Marketing Group, Inc. : "Work like there is someone working 24 hours a day to take it all away from you." -Mark Cuban #mogulmonday...
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https://plus.google.com/115094795994473016817 Bill Harwood : Trump’s Not Half The Man Obama Is – Here’s The Proof http://samuel-warde.com/2017/04/trumps-not-half...
Trump’s Not Half The Man Obama Is – Here’s The Proof http://samuel-warde.com/2017/04/trumps-not-half-man-obama-is-heres-proof/ Obama’s class puts Trump to shame as perfectly demonstrated by these photographs posted by Mark Cuban.

Outspoken Trump critic Mark Cuban posted two photos of Barack Obama and Donald Trump on his Twitter page this week that show the stark difference between these two men.

The first photograph shows Trump neglecting to escort his wife, Melania, down the steps of Air Force One as they arrived in Florida on Sunday, April 16th of this year to attend an Easter Service at the Episcopal Church, Bethesda-by-the-Sea, the oldest house of worship in Palm Beach.

The second photo shows President Obama escorting Michelle down the steps of Air Force One as they arrived in a windy Austin, Texas, where the president gave a speech at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library for a Civil Rights Summit marking the fiftieth anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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Trump critic Mark Cuban posted two photos of Barack Obama and Trump on his Twitter page this week that show the stark difference between these two men.
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“Travis’ biggest strength is that he will run through a wall to accomplish his goals,” said Mark Cuban, the Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire investor who has mentored Kalanick. “Travis’ biggest weakness is that he will run through a wall to…
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“Travis’ biggest strength is that he will run through a wall to accomplish his goals,” said Mark Cuban, the Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire investor who has mentored Kalanick. “Travis’ biggest weakness is that he will run through a wall to accomplish his goals. That’s the best way to describe him.” A blindness to boundaries …
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Mark Cuban enjoys friendly lunch with Trump’s lawyer
Cuban and Michael Cohen, the personal lawyer to the president, were spotted at Freds at Barneys on Friday.
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https://plus.google.com/102962337121834026825 Yowa Events : "It's not about money or connections - it's the willingness to outwork and outlearn everyone when it...
"It's not about money or connections - it's the willingness to outwork and outlearn everyone when it comes to your business. And if it fails, you learn from what happened and do a better job next time." - Mark Cuban

Take it from another brilliant Shark Tank shark, don't give yourself excuses in order to rationalize mediocrity, get out there and put in work! First you learn, then you earn. #MogulMonday #YowaEvents
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Mark Cuban Gets Tired of Kevin's and Robert's Boring Negotiation AND… - Shark Tank Shark Tank has been a rating success in its time slot and managed to acquire the Primetime Emmy Award for the Outstanding Structured Reality Program three times; it is an American reality television series which was premiered on August 9, 2009, on ABC. The Shark Tank presents ambitious entrepreneur-contestants, and they need to convince the panel of "Sharks" investors with their business idea. Finally, it is the decision of Sharks whether to seal the deal or not. Shark Tank highlights The Sharks who are self-made, tough, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons. If a member of the panel is captivated, the entrepreneur could seal the deal or maybe not. Anyways the Sharks gets paid for their participation but the money they plan on investing is their own. wQJjLpf#2@ The entrepreneur will have to leave empty-handed if all the members of the panel opt out. In fact, a one-hour pitch by an entrepreneu...
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Mark Cuban: The 3 Things Entrepreneurs Should Focus on the Most
The billionaire entrepreneur and Shark Tank star offers some counterintuitive advice for launching a new business.
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Tracy Morgan's Wife Megan Wollover Supports Him at Tribeca Premiere of 'The Clapper'

Tracy Morgan cozies up with wife Megan Wollover as they attend the premiere of his new film The Clapper on Sunday (April 23) during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival at the SVA Theatre in New York City.

The 48-year-old actor and comedian and his wife rocked coordinating red outfits as they showed off some cute PDA on the red carpet.

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Tracy was also joined at the red carpet by his The Clapper co-stars Ed Helms, Mark Cuban, and Sara Sampaio.

The Clapper follows the story of an “infomercial clapper” who gets an opportunity to have his own TV series.
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Tracy Morgan's Wife Megan Wollover Supports Him at Tribeca Premiere of 'The Clapper' Tracy Morgan cozies up with wife Megan Wollover as they attend the premiere of his new film The Clapper on Sunday (April 23) during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival at the SVA Theatre in New York City. The 48-year-old actor and comedian and his wife rocked coordinating red outfits as they showed off some cute PDA on the red carpet. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Tracy Morgan Tracy was also joined at the red carpet by his The Clapper co-stars Ed Helms, Mark Cuban, and Sara Sampaio. The Clapper follows the story of an “infomercial clapper” who gets an opportunity to have his own TV series.
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https://plus.google.com/102206348016455224411 Revolutionary Technology Consulting, Seattle : Nvidia identifies the top 5 AI startups for social impact: Nvidia is on a quest to find the best “social...
Nvidia identifies the top 5 AI startups for social impact: Nvidia is on a quest to find the best “social impact” artificial intelligence startups as part a program called Nvidia Inception, which is screening more than 600 entrants to cull the best AI startups in three big categories. We wrote about the first four candidates for the hottest emerging startup on Friday and the five most-disruptive startups on Sunday morning. And now we’re focusing on the next five candidates in a category dubbed the “potential for social impact” startups. They all happen to be in the medical space. Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia, hosted a Shark Tank-style event last week to narrow down the competition. Huang and a panel of judges listened to pitches from 14 AI startups across three categories. These startups were filtered from more than 2,000 AI companies in the Nvidia Inception program, and the winners will walk away with $1.5 million in cash at a dinner on May 10 at Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference. Above: Jeff Herbst of Nvidia. Image Credit: Dean Takahashi The judges include Gavin Baker, portfolio manager for Fidelity Investments; Tammy Kiely, global head of semiconductor investment banking at Goldman Sachs; Shu Nyatta, investor for the SoftBank Group; Thomas Laffont, senior managing director for Coatue Management; and Prashant Sharma, global chief technology officer for Microsoft Accelerator. Jeff Herbst, vice president of business development at Nvidia, said in an interview with VentureBeat that the company decided to create a meaningful award to recognize the amazing work being done by AI startups. In the category of potential for social impact companies, he said Nvidia reviewed more than 100 entrants from a total of 2,000 AI startups in its database. I listened to the companies give their pitches to the judges, and this story will focus on the four companies that gave pitches for the hottest emerging startup. There will be one winner in each category that wins $375,000, and the runner-up in each category will win $125,000. (We will do a third story on the social impact startups later. 1. Genetesis Above: Genetesis CEO Peeyush Shrivastava. Image Credit: Dean Takahashi Chest pain results in 10 million visits to the emergency room each year in the U.S. It’s a $6.6 billion a year problem, and the ER has a hard time distinguishing between the pain that is cardiac-related and the 75 percent that are not. Genetesis is using deep learning, sensors, and physics to diagnose chest pain properly, said Peeyush Shrivastava, CEO of Genetesis. Normally, you have to be hooked up to an electrocardiogram (EKG) machine. Its results aren’t conclusive, and so you have to then go through a six-hour test known as troponin. Those results aren’t conclusive either, and so you may have to do a couple of more of those tests. The whole process takes hours, and physicians often keep patients under observation for many more hours. About 5 percent of patients are sent home with an undiagnosed heart problem. And 2 percent die at home. Meanwhile, there is about $494 million in inappropriate stress testing, Shrivastava said. It has created a test based on a biomagnetic imaging system that monitors the weak magnetic fields that naturally emanate from the chest. It generates a 3D map of the heart that can tell a doctor whether or not you are having a heart attack. A nurse or technician can evaluate a patient in 90 seconds in a non-invasive way. At the bedside, the doctor can determine if a patient will need a stent. “We are taking on the global challenge of chest pain triage in the emergency room,” Shrivastava said. The system uses GPU-accelerated AI to make the diagnosis. The biomagnetic imaging can be applied to other tests on the brain, liver, and fetal conditions. The system can create thousands of 3D maps per patient with 1-millimeter resolution. Genetesis has a data partnership with the Mayo Clinic. Genetesis was founded in Cincinnati in September 2013. It has about 15 employees, and it has raised $1.9 million from Mark Cuban, CincyTech, Wilson Sonsini, Danmar Capital, and 43North. 2. Lunit Above: Anthony Paek, CEO of Lunit. Image Credit: Dean Takahashi Lunit is developing deep-learning software for medical diagnosis of hard-to-find conditions such as breath cancer. The Seoul-based company (which we wrote about in December 2015) is using 3D imaging and deep-learning technology to go after mammograms, which aren’t as good at detecting cancer in “dense breasts.” In the U.S., $10 billion is spent a year on breast cancer detection. “We think this technology can save countless number of patients’ lives,” said Anthony Paek, CEO of Lunit. Paek said that about 20 percent of lung and breast cancers are being missed in screening tests. General practitioners see an improvement in their correct diagnoses, going from 80 percent to 83 percent, using Lunit’s technology. Radiologists see their results go from 84 percent to 86 percent, Paek said. In tests, Lunit has beat teams from other companies from IBM and Microsoft. Detecting dense-breast cancer screening is usually about 78 percent accurate. But with Lunit’s AI software, that goes up to 83 percent. Over time, the accuracy could go up as the technology learns, Paek said. “With that, the patient can get right treatment at the right time,” Paek said. Lunit prepares data, trains its neural network, and then provides feedback to improve the detection via validation. Paek said that the business can be scaled to focus on other medical conditions. It could be used to detect other types of cancer. Lunit’s cofounders come from the South Korean university KAIST, and it is working with key medical leaders in South Korea. Lunit was formed in August 2013, and it has 30 employees. It has raised $5.2 million from Formation 8, SoftBank Ventures, Mirae-Asset Venture Investment, Intervest, and Kakao’s K-Cube Ventures. 3. Insilico Medicine Above: Alex Zhavoronkov, CEO of Insilico Medicine. Image Credit: Dean Takahashi Drug discovery is among the biggest of tasks. It costs $2.6 billion in research and development per drug, and about $150 billion is spent globally developing those drugs. And that’s why, in 2014, only 46 new drugs were launched, and the failure rate for new drugs is 92 percent, said Alexander Zhavoronkov, CEO of Insilico Medicine. There are about 60,000 diseases. Insilico Medicine is creating AI for drug discovery, biomarker development, and aging research. It is dedicated to improving quality of life for everyone, based on a measure dubbed Quality-adjusted Life Years (QALY), or one year of life in optimal health. Zhavoronkov said he wants to boost the QALYs for every person. Right now, it costs about $60,000 to boost your life by one QALY. It does so by validating leads for new drugs. It licenses that to a drug company, and, if verified, the company receives payment. ‘We discover drugs with a higher chance of success, accelerating drug development for pharma,” Zhavoronkov said. “This is my baby. I have no fixed assets. We are not going to quit until we defeat the greatest challenge: age-related diseases.” Insilico Medicine’s deep learning technology runs on Nvidia GPUs. It can do things such as figure out the age of a person using biomarkers. One of the company’s drugs is going through the discovery process. The company has several thousand “leads,” or models of molecules for treating conditions. And it refines those leads by validating them in model organisms. “Once you get that data, you start generating some serious money,” Zhavoronkov said. Licenses for such work can vary, from $2 million to perhaps $38 million, depending on the level of advancement. “One reason the drugs are expensive is because of the 92 percent failure rate,” Zhavoronkov. Insilico Medicine was founded in January 2014 in Baltimore. It has 30 employees, and it has raised $5 million from MannBioinvest and Deep Knowledge Ventures. 4. SigTuple Above: Rohit Kumar Pandey, CEO of SigTuple. Image Credit: Dean Takahashi With so many deadly diseases, you need a lot of medical tests. SigTuple, an Indian startup, wants to use AI to dramatically improve the speed, accuracy, and consistency of various screening processes. It wants to enable doctors to serve more patients, with fewer errors. And it wants to give patients more confidence in the medical system. “We want to revolutionize the medical industry by providing smart screening options, which are powered by artificial intelligence,” said Rohit Kumar Pandey, CEO of Bangalore-based SigTuple. “There are not enough doctors. We need more screening, and the tests we have are inefficient.” Kumar Pandey said the company is focusing on diseases, medical experts, and devices. He noted that the world only has one doctor for every 1,000 people. The company uses AI to analyze visual medical data, and it promotes scale by using remote diagnosis for blood, urine, and semen tests. That enables doctors to assess patients from afar. The company has created a device called Shonit, which can capture blood test results and digitize them. He said that it costs about $4 to $10 for a blood test in India today, and his company will charge 40 cents to 80 cents per test, making a big improvement in lowering costs. “We are looking at the bottom-most layer of the screening business,” Kumar Pandey said. “We want to bring value to the masses.” The solution for blood testing is in beta testing now, he said. The company digitizes test data and moves it to the cloud, where its AI can analyze the data and deliver the results back to the doctor. It combines everything from the cloud to telemedicine. SigTuple was founded in July 2015, and it has about 30 employees. It has raised $6.4 million from Accel Partners, IDG, Endiya Partners, Pi Ventures, VH Capital, and Axilor Ventures. Kumar Pandey said the company has only burned about $300,000, as it is generating revenue. It expects to generate $1 million in revenue in India in the next year. Over time, the company will expand beyond India. 5. Bay Labs Above: Johan Mathe (left), founder of Bay Labs. Image Credit: Dean Takahashi Johan Mathe’s doctor had a hunch that he might have a heart condition, known as a murmur. But the doctor only had a stethoscope. And the process took about five years of observation and tests to verify that Mathe indeed had a heart murmur. That made Mathe wonder why it took so long. “Is there are way to fix that?” he asked, and that led to the creation of Bay Labs. “Is there a way to make the ultrasound come directly in real-time to your general practitioner?” One of the reasons is that ultrasound images of the heart are hard to interpret. It would have helped if discerning the images was a lot easier. Bay Labs is trying to address this with deep learning. It runs its AI software on Nvidia GPUs, training it in real-time to get better at recognizing ultrasound images. It can also help technicians guide an ultrasound probe to the exact location to get better data on a patient. Its solution is 20 times faster, and it can reach eight times more people at an eighth of the cost. It brings down the cost from $400 to $50 per scan, and it can scan five times more patients per year. “Ultrasound is non-invasive,” he said. “We want to make it as useful as the stethoscope. Bay Lab was formed in July 2014. It has about 15 employees, and has raised an undisclosed amount of money from Khosla Ventures and Data Collective Venture Capital. http://dlvr.it/NynM3F #Business_Technology
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Mark Cuban Steals This Deal! The Best Of Shark Tank The world famous American reality television series, Shark Tank was created by Mark Burnett. In this critically acclaimed show, the inventors and entrepreneurs introduce their products to the investors or "sharks". Shark Tank has become a culturally representing series as it inspires a lot of people to dream bigger and give energy to entrepreneurship in America. The show which is a franchise of the international setup Dragons' Den and that opportunities in Japan in 2001. The products of the entrepreneur-contestants will make by a panel of shark investors, and they decide whether or not to invest. The show has drawn worldwide attention and is in its eighth season which has been started on September 23, 2016. The sharks who are multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons are ready to invest in the best businesses that American entrepreneurs have to offer. @sharktank# The Sharks are willing to invest their money on interesting pro...
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Successful entrepreneurs are the ones who make sure no one else can “outwork” them, according to billionaire entrepreneur and Shark Tank US judge Mark Cuban. The prominent businessman and investor, who has an estimated net worth of around US$3.4 billion ($4.5 billion), recently sat down with CNBC and Inc at the network’s iCONIC Conference to discuss a range of …
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Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca Gets Into Fight "Are You Really That Clueless?” Shark Tank has been a rating success in its time slot and managed to acquire the Primetime Emmy Award for the Outstanding Structured Reality Program three times; it is an American reality television series which was premiered on August 9, 2009, on ABC. The Shark Tank presents ambitious entrepreneur-contestants, and they need to convince the panel of "Sharks" investors with their business idea. Finally, it is the decision of Sharks whether to seal the deal or not. Shark Tank highlights The Sharks who are self-made, tough, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons. If a member of the panel is captivated, the entrepreneur could seal the deal or maybe not. Anyways the Sharks gets paid for their participation but the money they plan on investing is their own. wQJjLpf#2@ The entrepreneur will have to leave empty-handed if all the members of the panel opt out. In fact, a one-hour pitch by an entrepreneur is ed...
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