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Growing public mistrust of technology giants is making it more challenging for Sidewalk Labs LLC to gain support for its high-tech neighbourhood in Toronto, according to an executive at the firm.
The wake-up call for Amy Edwards came in the form of a doctor’s appointment for her six-year-old daughter, whose weight gain over the last year had prompted a discussion with the paediatrician about healthy eating.
Before the rise of social media, Border Patrol agents gathered in parking lots at the end of their shifts for what was known as “choir practice” – a chance to share what they saw that day and anything else on their minds.
Amazon isn’t amused by HBO’s Last Week Tonight With John Oliver most recent episode, which included a takedown of the ecommerce giant’s warehouses.
Andy Rubin, the man who co-created the Android platform and left Google under a cloud of harassment complaints, is in for one messy divorce.
The perennial issue in the gig economy is whether workers should be classified as employees. Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc and other companies that rely on contract work have dealt with this question in a number of ways: staging PR campaigns, hiring lobbyists and arguing in court that they’re software platforms, not employers.
If Americans agree on anything these days, it’s that our schools could be much better, and that Internet culture is harming our children. I have a simple proposal to address both problems: high school classes on how to use the Internet more effectively.
Predicting screen touches accurately has many potential uses, but one is to help pilots select a fast-moving target. Lead scientist in Google’s artificial intelligence team revealed to be taking part in research by Chinese institute.
China’s top search engine operator Baidu Inc has joined hands with Zhejiang Geely Holding Group and Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp to cooperate on areas related to artificial intelligence (AI) amid a push for self-driving cars.