Uber has won many admirers, and detractors, in London. The Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association has sponsored billboards to be driven around the British capital criticizing the company.
On Jan. 1, the Library of Congress will use selective discretion in archiving tweets.
Facebook had sought to beam internet access to remote areas with the help of drones. But the project has been abandoned.
The rush toward automation in China’s manufacturing center suggests Made in China 2025 will succeed, in part because the effort is bigger than Beijing.
The Facebook chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, went to the European Parliament in Brussels on Tuesday to answer lawmakers’ questions over his social media company’s handling of user data.
Tom Hall, the town manager of Scarborough, Me., at Scarborough Downs, a 500-acre horse racing track that was pitched for use by Amazon.
Jessica Alter is a co-founder of Tech for Campaigns, a volunteer organization that focuses on helping Democratic campaigns move into the digital age.
Instagram, owned by Facebook, is expanding its anti-bullying initiative in an effort to rid the popular social media site of bullies.
In 2007, Michal Kosinski, then at the University of Cambridge, worked with colleagues on a quiz app that offered to assess people’s personalities in exchange for collecting their Facebook data.
Facebook says artificial intelligence can help it spot misinformation or unwanted content. It is dipping more and more into academia to find the people who can help build that technology.
Before a big debate, even an artificial intelligence system gets a rehearsal. Noa Ovadia, a college senior who won an Israeli championship in 2016, helped put the IBM Debater through its paces Sunday in San Francisco.
Tajrish Square in Tehran. Cybersecurity experts say they worry that the American departure from the nuclear deal with Iran could increase Iranian hackers’ attacks on United States targets.
Facebook’s user data extends far beyond the basic biographical information that most share. Facebook also tracks users on other sites and apps, collects so-called biometric facial data and allows marketers to target people who express an interest in certain health conditions.
Benjamin Grosof is the chief scientist at Kyndi, a Silicon Valley start-up that is using a decades-old programming language to develop software that can generate facts, concepts and inferences from small amounts of data.
Nextdoor bills itself as a “private social network” that limits membership by address. It has increasingly become a place where people discuss politics and other civic issues.
Malwarebytes for Mac bolsters the operating system's own defenses against malicious software. You can test a trial version before you buy it.
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