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Meet the 25-year-old CEO of Genies, who built a new human race out of avatars, replete with its own virtual talent agency and celebrity clients. Three friends use advanced technology to turn game films into analytics for professional football teams. Finally, a 24-year-old NBA superfan merges the digital and sports worlds to create virtual player cards, or “moments.”
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When the Tokyo-based ramen shop Tsujita Artisan Noodle opened its first US brick-and-mortar outlet more than a decade ago in Los Angeles, lines formed immediately.
The 49-seat place, which specializes in tsukemen-style “dip ramen”—cold noodles dipped into a hot, pork-forward broth—got attention in a city that was already rife with excellent ramen spots. Fans waited hours to score one of 300 orders the cafe offered daily during lunch; it now produces as many as 1,000, and remains one of the most popular noodle places in LA.

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