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The headlines are eye-catching. Melania Trump is leaving the White House! Home renovation cable star Joanna Gaines has abandoned her HGTV show and husband Chip... [Read More]
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Google is placing ads linking to blatantly false stories on Snopes and PolitiFact, fact-checking sites created precisely to dispel such falsehoods. [Read More]
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YouTube videos of police beatings on United States' streets. A widely circulated internet hoax about Muslim men in Michigan collecting welfare for multiple ... [Read More]
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Google unveiled an initiative on Thursday to help train Americans for jobs in technology and committed to donating $1 billion during the next five years... [Read More]
Fake news stories were being promoted with prominent ads served by Google on PolitiFact and Snopes, fact-checking sites created precisely to dispel such falsehoods. [Read More]
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Google unveiled an initiative on Thursday to help train Americans for jobs in technology and committed to donating $1 billion during the next five years... [Read More]
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The company's goal is to allow anyone with an internet connection to become proficient with technology and prepare for a job in areas like information... [Read More]
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Amid a big-tech backlash, the Silicon Valley giant announced funding over five years to nonprofits that help prepare workers for the digital economy. [Read More]
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A Times examination of Russian-linked Facebook pages used in the 2016 election found that much of the content was taken directly from videos and posts... [Read More]
One of the most powerful weapons Russian agents used to reshape American politics was the anger real Americans were broadcasting on social media. [Read More]
The findings from an internal inquiry draw Google further into the growing investigation of how social networks and technology services were manipulated by the Russian... [Read More]
Using accounts believed to be connected to the Russian government, the agents purchased search ads and more traditional display ads, the NYT reports. [Read More]
A Times examination of Russian-linked Facebook pages used in the 2016 election found that much of the content was taken directly from videos and posts... [Read More]
The search giant is facing increased scrutiny over its role in the 2016 presidential campaign, and is one of a number of internet companies being... [Read More]
Molly Jackson, an 82-year-old retired nurse, was sitting in the back seat of a self-driving taxi when the vehicle jerked to a halt at a... [Read More]
Read more about Where driverless cars brake for golf carts on Business Standard. The speed limit, just 25 miles an hour, helps reduce the risk... [Read More]
The company unveils a new line of devices — phones, speakers, headsets — with "smart" technology... [Read More]
A start-up named Voyage is starting to expand its driverless taxi service beyond a small test at a California golf course, N.Y. Times reports. [Read More]
The due diligence report paints one of the clearest pictures of the timeline of events in the case, the NYT reports. [Read More]
The document, a due diligence report about Uber's acquisition of an autonomous trucking start-up, contains details about whether Uber may have known it was getting... [Read More]
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