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CINCINNATI/TABLERS STATION, W.V. (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co may be best known for laundry detergent and toothpaste, but its secret sauce is arguably figuring out how to do things like get two red bottles of Olay skin lotion into blister packs as cheaply and accurately as possible.
There’s an air of desperation among tech employers this summer. Software talent, it seems, is in such high demand that companies are morphing how they hire. And workers are the ones with the power.
For years we’ve worried about robots taking our jobs, but it turns out they can simply fire us from our jobs.
An investigation by a global media consortium based on leaked targeting data provides further evidence that military-grade malware from Israel-based NSO Group, the world’s most infamous hacker-for-hire outfit, is being used to spy on journalists, human rights activists and political dissidents.
From now on, Twitter users will be able to add captions to their voice tweets. The advance is long-awaited since the launch of the audio function, and underscores the social network’s commitment to accessibility.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Think about the future of transportation, and you might envision the old animated show "The Jetsons," with everyone flying around in personal spaceships.
Through a perfect algorithmic storm, @SacHistoryMuseum has drawn more than 1.6 million followers – about the population of Sacramento county – and its videos have received a combined 18 million likes and 108 million views.
Companies like Hudson and McDonald’s are testing drive-thru AI, invisible checkout in Chicago. Here’s what that means for jobs – and privacy
Do you prefer an automated or low-tech shopping experience?
Florida’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, called this week on the administration of US President Joe Biden to greenlight a plan to transmit the Internet to people in Cuba via high-altitude balloons when their government has blocked access.