Deep learning algorithms are often trained on data from the web, and their biases are getting hard to ignore
Advocates of deregulation control the FCC, the presidency, and Congress. But that doesn’t mean the open web is dead
Federal law hasn’t caught up with the increase in big data breaches.
And did something about it.
The company’s denials haven’t soothed anxiety about online privacy.
The island’s physical isolation adds milliseconds of latency to an internet connection. In competitive eSports, milliseconds matter.
Some would definitely be duped.
The digital encyclopedia has no real leadership, doesn’t vote, and has no rules. So how does it govern itself?
Even with strict regulations, little can be done to prevent broadcasts of violent crimes.
The e-commerce site is on a path towards world domination.
Google’s Featured Snippets are not only often wrong, they’re also damaging to small businesses that depend on search traffic.
Regulators are waking up to the dangers of hackable medical devices, but one cyborg lawyer still hasn’t seen her device’s code.
These are the real people keeping the internet nice and clean for you.
A new report from the IMF documents how technological advancement is chipping away at the share of income that goes to workers.
The machine learning challenge isn't over yet.
A podcast episode about chatrooms, Nazis, and Centipedes
So why isn’t anyone talking about it?
Autonomous pods solve more problems than driverless cars.
Using the internet shouldn’t be this hard.
T. rex is the most well-known dinosaur and we have plenty of bones. But this is just how science works.