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The Jigsaw team at Alphabet brings people who were radicalized online back from the brink, one video at a time.
Inside EDGE: the shipping giant’s ambitious, tech-driven bid to keep Amazon and others at bay.
In the future we won’t edit genomes—we’ll just print out new ones.
“We’re in a diversity crisis”: Black in AI’s founder on what’s poisoning the algorithms in our lives
Microsoft researcher Timnit Gehru looks around the AI world and sees almost no one who looks like her. That’s a problem for all of us.
A skilled autopilot function will make drones far more ubiquitous and useful.
Ethan Zuckerman on fighting social media’s echo chamber.
Lawrence Livermore Lab’s increasingly powerful climate models have sounded a stark warning for California.
Messenger Kids, its first grab at the under-13 crowd, is not to be trusted. After all, you’ve seen how the company treats adults.
But not all parents may want to know.
The quest to understand common diseases takes on unprecedented scope.
Half a billion dollars’ worth of cryptocurrency was stolen—that’s gotten people’s attention.
Toxic effects seen in animals raise questions about new gene therapies for children.
Satori is built to turn routers, thermostats, and other household devices into zombies.
Advances in DNA sequencing and AI could make the idea a more practical treatment option.
In a new book, political scientist Virginia Eubanks says using computers to decide who gets social services hurts the poor.
There are about as many opinions as there are experts.
The AI boom offers Chinese chipmakers a chance to catch up after years of lagging behind.
Wind energy is booming, making maintenance work on turbines one of the fastest-growing jobs in the US.
A forthcoming UN regulation will slash shipping industry pollution but may also speed up climate change.
At Amazon Go, you grab your milk and leave. It might take some getting used to.