The creators of ‘Silicon Valley’ have an agreement with computer scientists to share the Nobel Prize if their fictional technology pays off

In a recent New Yorker article examining just how thorough “Silicon Valley” creators and writers are about building their fake world, writer Andrew Marantz offered a revealing detail from the show’s head consultant, Jonathan Dotan. Dotan was remarking on …
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