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The Pentagon Needs to Woo AI Experts Away From Big Tech
Opinion: Without more DOD investment, there just aren’t enough incentives to lure talent away from high-paying jobs with great benefits into a life of public service.
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Sci-Fi Author Robert Heinlein Was Basically MacGyver
Gregory Benford's new book portrays the writer as a man of action and improvised traps.
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Space Photos of the Week: The Trail of Opportunity and More
As hard as it is to say goodbye to our favorite little rover, the mission had a hell of a run on Mars.
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28 Best President's Day Sales on Laptops, TVs, Gear (2019)
We found the best tech bargains for the long holiday weekend from Beats, Dyson, and more.
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The Soothing Promise of Our Own Artisanal Internet
As unease with Big Tech grows, some prescribe a slower, less viral online existence. "Eat independent sites, mostly not Facebook."
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Uber Sues NYC to Kill Its Ride-Hail Car Cap
New York's mayor says the rule, which halts the granting of new licenses, is vital for reining in congestion. Uber says the city is overreaching.
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Hacks, Nudes, and Breaches: It's Been a Rough Month for Dating Apps
Trouble at OKCupid, Coffee Meets Bagel, and Jack'd have made February a bad stretch for romantics online.
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With HQ2, New York and Amazon Played a Zero Sum Game—And Everyone Lost
With the HQ2 split, New York lost a chance for a more diverse economy. Amazon lost a chance to engage with critics. And in it all, America lost out too.
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California's Rain Was a 'Cat 4' Atmospheric River. Wait, What?
All that rain drenching California this week came from an atmospheric river. A new rating scale would tell you how much water is fueling the system.
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A 7-Year Journey Across the US, One Highway at a Time
Joshua Dudley Greer traveled 100,000 miles up and down US interstates for his new book 'Somewhere Along the Line'.
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'Metro Exodus' Brings the Series' Grim Atmosphere Aboveground
By taking the 'Metro' titles out of the Metro, 4A Games is conducting a massive experiment—one that mostly succeeds.
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The Fallout of the Activision Layoffs Will Last a While
Outcry about the layoffs has continued throughout the week.
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See All the Tools and Tricks That Make Nascar Go
If bullet journals, perfectly arranged drawers, and heart-stopping car racing is your thing, you'll be glad to meet the crews who make it happen.
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The Eye-Popping Alita: Battle Angel Never Ends—Literally
The James Cameron-produced movie is a lot of fun, but it's trying so hard to turn into a franchise it forgets to have a third act.
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Netflix's 'Umbrella Academy' Is Your New X-Men—Ugh
Sure, it's derivative. That's what you'll love about it—and what might drive you crazy.
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Darpa Wants to Solve Science's Replication Crisis With Robots
Social science has an image problem—too many findings don't hold up. A new project will crank through 30,000 studies to try to identify red flags.
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Personal Data Collection: The Complete Wired Guide
Information about you, what you buy, where you go, even where you look is the oil that fuels the digital economy.
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Au Revoir, Airbus A380
It was so huge that it required a whole special bespoke transportation logistics setup, but no one wanted to buy it.
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How Do I (Safely) Use Dating Apps?
Happy Love Day! (Ugh) Here's how to get started with Tinder, Bumble, and so on
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Before There Was Internet Paranoia, There Was Lyndon LaRouche
He was considered a wacko and denied access to a broad audience. Today, anyone can spread wild ideas online.
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Instead of a Wall, Congress Puts Border Money Where It Counts
President Trump has yet to sign the bill. If he doesn't, another government shutdown looms.
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Amazon Won't Build Its HQ2 in New York City
The company says it will no longer build its highly anticipated office in Queens after the deal faced backlash from politicians, taxpayers, and activists.
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India Is Cracking Down on Ecommerce and Free Speech
Following China's lead, India is restricting some sales by global ecommerce companies, and weakening protections around online free speech.
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