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US Air Force Wants Robots Watching Twitter

July 28 Tomorrow’s operations will be shaped by automated analysis of the world’s open-source data, says the service’s chief of staff.

Why Zuckerberg and Musk Are Fighting About the Robot Future

July 28 It looks like the two tech titans are arguing about AI’s impact on humanity. Really they’re protecting their personal brands.

Security Fears Over Chinese Involvement Are Prompting Australia to Halt an Undersea Cable Project

July 27 Huawei, a smartphone and telecommunications equipment maker based in Shenzhen, was supposed to lay the Internet cable.

Apple’s Next iOS Will Make AR a Legitimately Cool Thing

July 27 It may well cause you to question the very nature of reality.

FDA Is Looking Into Drones for Health Inspections

July 26 But how drone-collected data will figure into the agency's old school processes is still being worked out.

The SEC Has Finally Weighed in on the Crypto-Token Frenzy, and Nobody’s Going to Jail—Yet

July 26 The agency found that the “initial coin offering” last May that kickstarted the current cryptotoken gold-rush was subject to U.S. securities laws.

Predictions for What Robots Will Do to the U.S. Workforce, Ranked From Certain Doom to Potential Utopia

July 26 No matter what you think, there’s probably a research-backed prediction that supports your view.

After a Series of Hacks, Cryptocurrency Issuers May Turn to Old-Fashioned Bank Vaults for Security

July 25 It's difficult to keep even the most sophisticated new technology safe and secure.

The Algorithm That Makes Preschoolers Obsessed With YouTube

July 25 Surprise eggs and slime are at the center of an online realm that’s changing the way the experts think about human development.

Google's SOS Alerts Can Help You During An Emergency

July 25 The tech company is helping provide citizens with important information through Google search results.