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Facebook’s A.I. Whiz Now Faces the Task of Cleaning It Up. Sometimes That Brings Him to Tears. (Fri, 17 May 2019)
Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won’t solve everything.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Acquire Supercomputer Pioneer Cray (Fri, 17 May 2019)
The price was relatively small, but the deal may have a big impact on the race between the United States and China to build more powerful computers.
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Bits: The Week in Tech: Putting an A.I. Genie Back in Its Bottle (Fri, 17 May 2019)
San Francisco demonstrated that technologies believed to be damaging to citizens’ well-being can be curtailed.
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Tech Tip: How to Add Hollywood Special Effects to Your Videos (Wed, 15 May 2019)
With your smartphone, inexpensive software and a bit of cloth or paper, you can make your own “green screen” movies.
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Amazon Faces Investor Pressure Over Facial Recognition (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Shareholders are voting on whether to push the tech giant to examine the human rights and financial risks of the surveillance technology.
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Mediator: Social Media Pollution, a Huge Problem in the Last Election, Could Be Worse in 2020 (Sun, 19 May 2019)
As a candidate, Donald Trump promoted a mystery Twitter account that falsely portrayed a protester as an ISIS terrorist. Nothing stops him from doing it again.
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Tech Jobs Lead to the Middle Class. Just Not for the Masses. (Sun, 19 May 2019)
The great hope for people without a bachelor’s degree hasn’t yet spread beyond small-scale success stories.
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Amazon to Invest in Deliveroo, a Rival to Uber in Food Delivery (Fri, 17 May 2019)
The $575 million investment strengthens one of the biggest overseas rivals to Uber’s food-delivery division, which the ride-hailing company considers a key business.
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‘Knitting Is Coding’ and Yarn Is Programmable in This Physics Lab (Sun, 19 May 2019)
For Elisabetta Matsumoto, knot theory is knit theory.
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Violent Japanese Mascot That Tickled John Oliver Is Suspended by Twitter (Fri, 17 May 2019)
The mascot Chiitan, modeled on a real-life otter, drew notoriety for violent stunts that delighted social media users and the HBO comedian.
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SpaceX Again Delays Starlink Internet Satellite Launch (Thu, 16 May 2019)
Elon Musk’s company will wait until next week to test its system that aims to provide high-speed internet all over the world.
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Pinterest Posts Narrower Loss, but Falls Short of Wall St. Estimates (Thu, 16 May 2019)
The digital pinboard company’s stock price tumbled in after-hours trading after its first earnings report as a public company.
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Trump’s Latest Move Takes Straight Shot at Huawei’s Business (Thu, 16 May 2019)
By restricting the Chinese technology giant’s ability to buy American components, Washington could hamstring Huawei’s operations worldwide.
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SpaceX Delays Launch of Starlink Orbital Internet Satellites (Thu, 16 May 2019)
The mission is to be a test of the company’s ambitions to create a new line of business by connecting more parts of the world.
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The Man Behind San Francisco’s Facial Recognition Ban Is Working on More. Way More. (Thu, 16 May 2019)
Brian Hofer, a paralegal who drafted the ordinance, is pushing for anti-surveillance measures across California. He has already gotten more than two dozen approved.
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How the Promise of a $120 Billion Uber I.P.O. Evaporated (Thu, 16 May 2019)
Uber’s offering was supposed to be a crowning moment for the ride-hailing company. But it suffered setback after setback and ultimately resulted in pointed questions for all involved.
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Facial Recognition’s Many Controversies, From Stadium Surveillance to Racist Software (Wed, 15 May 2019)
Privacy worries have long surrounded the technology. Here’s a look back.
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Matter: Scientists Created Bacteria With a Synthetic Genome. Is This Artificial Life? (Thu, 16 May 2019)
In a milestone for synthetic biology, colonies of E. coli thrive with DNA constructed from scratch by humans, not nature.
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Trump Administration Balks at Global Pact to Crack Down on Online Extremism (Wed, 15 May 2019)
Citing American’s free speech protections, the administration said it would not endorse the ‘Christchurch Call,’ which urges major online platforms to eradicate violent and extremist content.
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Tech We’re Using: Why Play a Music CD? ‘No Ads, No Privacy Terrors, No Algorithms’ (Wed, 15 May 2019)
Streaming services have revolutionized the discovery of songs, but here’s why Ben Sisario, who covers the music industry, still likes to listen to compact discs.
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Condé Nast Sells Brides Magazine to Barry Diller’s Dotdash (Thu, 16 May 2019)
Dotdash, once known as About.com, plans to scrap the 85-year-old publication’s print edition and keep most of the editorial staff.
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Alibaba Reports Slower Growth as U.S.-China Trade War Intensifies (Wed, 15 May 2019)
The e-commerce firm became a giant by catering to China’s emerging middle class. But these are anxious times for Chinese consumers and businesses.
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Facebook Restricts Live Streaming After New Zealand Shooting (Tue, 14 May 2019)
When 51 people were killed in New Zealand, the suspect broadcast it live on Facebook. The massacre led to a global call to combat the spread of violent content.
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Uber Drivers Are Contractors, Not Employees, Labor Board Says (Tue, 14 May 2019)
The National Labor Relations Board’s position is a setback for drivers who had hoped to join forces to push for better pay and working conditions.
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The New New World: In China, Some Fear the End of ‘Chimerica’ (Thu, 16 May 2019)
As the trade war with the U.S. threatens to decouple the world’s two largest economies, some in China argue that the two sides benefit from the relationship more than they admit.
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Attention, Amazon Shoppers: Google Wants Some of Your Spending Money (Wed, 15 May 2019)
Amazon wants to sell ads. Google wants to woo shoppers. Their ambitions are putting the tech giants on a collision course.
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Mind: Firing Up the Neural Symphony (Tue, 14 May 2019)
Scientists are racing to treat brain disabilities with electrical stimulation. Here’s a metaphor to help make sense of the progress.
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New Report Shows How a Pro-Iran Group Spread Fake News Online (Tue, 14 May 2019)
A research group at the University of Toronto has untangled look-alike websites and bogus news stories that appear to echo the Iranian government’s positions.
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WhatsApp Rushes to Fix Security Flaw Exposed in Hacking of Lawyer’s Phone (Tue, 14 May 2019)
Researchers said the NSO Group had found a vulnerability, which was disclosed Monday, that was used to target the iPhone of a human-rights lawyer in London and perhaps others.
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In Kidnapping Attempt, Uber Driver Told 2 Women ‘You’re Not Going Anywhere,’ Police Say (Tue, 14 May 2019)
The driver, an assistant professor at a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University, was charged with kidnapping and false imprisonment.
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Welcome to TrumpTok, a Safe Space From Safe Spaces (Tue, 14 May 2019)
On TikTok, there’s always a rally, and expressing support for the president makes for good content.
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