“Inclusion happens when people in power use that power to bring people in rather than keep people out.”
Cryptocurrency networks are turning out to be far less private than we thought, and forensic investigators are turning that to their advantage.
Three questions on retraining and the future of work with economist Jay Shambaugh.
Researchers for the social network taught people to feel 100 words on their arms with a wearable prototype.
Lack of clarity from the Internal Revenue Service is creating headaches for users of Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
Mark Zuckerberg thinks AI will largely automate the process of censorship, but that assumes profound progress will be made.
Syrian refugees could regain legal identities that were lost when they fled their homes.
A cryptocurrency future sounds liberating. In reality, it would be a disaster for everybody.
Those who’ve tried Magic Leap One say it’s functional, but the company’s got a boatload of patents it could license to satisfy investors regardless.
Government indifference toward AI could let the US lose ground to rival countries. But what would a good AI plan actually look like?