Automation is reaching more companies, imperiling some jobs and changing the nature of others.
US high school students are demanding safer classrooms, and they’re mobilizing through group chats, Google Docs, and homespun social media campaigns.
No garlic on the oysters? Soup stained a blanket? Panels of users hear the complaints and can order refunds or removal of critical reviews.
A new subcontractor industry in Europe is benefiting from platforms’ efforts to clean up their image and comply with stricter employment rules.
Medical information is more complex and less available than the web data that many algorithms were trained on, so results can be misleading.
A newly unredacted legal filing sheds light on internal programs that antitrust enforcers argue advantaged Google at the expense of advertisers and publishers.
Plus: Early digital cash, the Corbevax vaccine, and adventures in Cryptoland.
From New York to Moab, Utah, bicyclists and municipal officials are divided over whether ebikes should be permitted on bicycle trails.
Steve Jobs is dead, Mark Zuckerberg is tarnished. For the next generation of startup founders, the contributions of Bill Gates feel like ancient history.
The latest ruling by a federal judge is a milestone for the effort to regulate Big Tech.
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