South Korea Focus on AI and 5G in "Korean New Deal"



Is Privacy a Thing of the Past?

A facial recognition app can tell the police your name, where you live and who your friends are

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Texas man close to exoneration after computer algorithm leads to new suspect

Texas man close to exoneration after computer algorithm leads to new suspect (NBC News)

Lydell Grant was supposed to be in prison for murder. But an emerging form of DNA technology, which has also come under scrutiny, is helping to free him in an unprecedented case.

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More than 300 days since last White House Daily Press Briefing


CA Gov. signs bill designed to protect gig workers into law

CA Gov. signs bill designed to protect gig workers into law

Yesterday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill designed to protect gig workers, like Uber and Lyft drivers, into law. The bill rewrites California employment law, making it harder for companies to label workers as independent contractors, a status that leaves workers with fewer benefits than employees. The bill is a victory for workers, but was met with strong opposition from many special interest groups in the business community as the costs associated with employees are significantly higher than the costs associated with hiring independent contractors.

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DHS Prepares for Widespread Election Ransomware


A Search Engine to Combat Amazon Wildfires And Climate Change


Intel releases AI superchip, working on AI that mimics human mind



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