Commentary: Never mind seeing beyond the fabled singularity of 2045. It's really hard to predict where we're going from the here and now.
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When Detroit cops called Robert Williams, he thought it was a prank. But he had been misidentified by controversial facial recognition technology.
Publications in three countries set to benefit amid row over free access to stories behind paywalls.
The Klipsch “The Three” speaker sounds good and looks even better. It's as cheap as we've seen it.
Robert Williams may be the first person in the US arrested based on a bad match—exposing problems with the algorithms and the ways they are used.
There’s an understandably strong temptation to condemn President Donald Trump for suspending guest-worker visas through the end of 2020. His executive order is far too sweeping, it invites retaliation by other nations, and there’s a stark underlying hypocrisy in Trump’s seizing the pretext of the coronavirus pandemic as a matter of grave concern while he pretends in just about every other context that the health crisis is abating, which it isn’t.
What is happening with recent federal and state requests for investigations into Florida’s unemployment system? Apparently nothing.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Thursday the creation of the Public Health Advisory Alert System, a color-coded system for coronavirus risk in the state’s 88 counties.