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"Produkt Hi-res-50-10" is a culmination of Mattia Cuttini's 12 years of experimentation with rubber stamps and Xerox machines. The digital art piece sold for over $5,000, but Cuttini cannot take sole credit. The piece was made with the help of artificial intelligence software.

Tesla hits new car delivery record in second quarter.

Bird pilots electric wheelchair and mobility scooter rentals in NYC.

Police ticket driver for sticking Starlink terminal on car's hood.

Riot Games releases an album of royalty-free music for Twitch streamers.

New social app Gettr Is reportedly backed by foundation tied to Chinese fugitive.

Holy Grail raises $2.7 million for its modular carbon capture technology.

Eat Just is reportedly aiming for a $3B IPO in 2021.

Disney Plus' domestic growth reportedly slows sharply in the first half of 2021.

Playform's Aims to Create More AI Products for Artists

Playform new CEO Jennifer Chang sees AI along with technologies like the blockchain, as way to help artists creatively and financially. LA, she thinks, is the center of gravity for this emerging techno-creative movement.

EVgo Makes Its Wall Street Debut

One of the nation's largest EV charging firms, EVgo made its Wall Street debut on Friday but investors seemed underwhelmed. The stock closed up, by less than 1%.

Streaming Trends to Watch

COVID-19 certainly increased audiences' interest in streaming services, the trend is likely only going to continue, maybe permanently. Key trends to look out for? Watch here.

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