The Intercept reached out to nine tech companies, including Facebook, to see where they stand on helping the Trump administration track Muslims.
Though poking fun at right wingers is amusing, a Salon writer argues that it gets Democrats off the hook; Israeli media are "waking up" to the devastation in Gaza and to international criticism; meanwhile, an IBM chip has been developed that works similarly to human brains. These discoveries and more after the jump.
“You shouldn’t get to call yourself an American company only when you want a handout from the American taxpayers,” President Obama said Thursday.
A landmark class action case is under way in a New York federal court, with victims of apartheid in South Africa suing corporations that they say helped the pre-1994 regime.
The challenge of our time is to re-create America as a middle-class nation. [This is Marie Cocco's last column.]
Tired of making machines that beat humans at chess, IBM is prepping a computer competitor for "Jeopardy," which makes sense since Alex Trebek himself is computer-generated. Japanese researchers, meanwhile, have created walking goo.