Dec 9, 2017
Esmeralda and Richard deTrafford of Geraldton, Australia
Interview starts at 16:35 and ends at 40:26
“I don’t see any Amazon drones being launched here [in Australia], and I’m sure CASA [Civil Aviation Safety Authority] would have something to say about that. They're coming up with rules for drones and some of that stuff. So I don’t see that happening here any time soon.”
“Australian retailers rally as Amazon gets cool reception” by Byron Kaye at Reuters - December 4, 2017
“Amazon Australia has changed its webpage title to say it no longer just sells books” by Tony Yoo at Business Insider - December 4, 2017
“Amazon’s Weak Australia Launch is Great for eBay” by Wayne Duggan at U.S. News & World Report - December 7, 2017
“Don’t call it ‘Siri’: Why the wake word should be ‘computer’” by Stephen Harrison at Salon -
November 26, 2017
Cozmo by Anki
Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Max Tegmark
“Amazon Alexa Prize Competition winner takes home $500,000 prize” at DayOne, the Amazon Blog - November 29, 2017
Interview with Richard and Esmeralda deTrafford
The Australian Accent (YouTube)
Shipster by Australia Post
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James McQuivey, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research
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