Apple to Sell Bonds for 1st Time in 17 Years

April 30 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs, which has been advising Apple on how to deal with its multibillion-dollar cash pile, and Deutsche Bank, Germany’s biggest lender, are in the lead to help the iPhone maker sell bonds for the first time in 17 years. Cory Johnson reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
See Smart Robots Learn to Play Like Human Children
09:30 - BRETT is a robot that can think. Researchers at UC Berkeley have programmed BRETT to learn on its own, through trial and error, how to accomplish tasks like screwing a cap on a bottle, putting Lego blocks together, and solving a simple puzzle. It’s all made possible by something called a neural network, a type of computer algorithm that is revolutionizing artificial intelligence. (Video by: Alan Jeffries, Justin Beach, Christian Capestany) (Source: Bloomberg)
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