The BBC is putting its back-catalogue of programmes online for people to buy and keep forever.
It will be called BBC Store and so far has 7,000 hours of material on it, but there are plans to add more from an archive of four million items.
If we're not careful machine-learning will be the end of us all. So if we're going to defeat it, we first must understand it.
As an aside, Tesla are using it to power their autopilot system. Does anybody else think it's weird that it's become acceptable to release cars in beta, such that when they veer into oncoming traffic the CEO just says, "Yeah we'll release an update to correct that"? Would he say that if one of his cars had hit a schoolbus? Happy Friday.