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Elon Musk’s Company Takes Baby Steps to Wiring Brains to the Internet
Neuralink, a San Francisco company funded by Mr. Musk, says it has created a device that could one day wire data links directly to the brain.
Onward! Another #GoogleWalkout Goodbye - Google Walkout For Real Change
Google Walkout For Real Change
In April, two of the organizers of the Google Walkout, Meredith Whittaker and Claire Stapleton, came forward with the stories of the…
Fighting Big Tech Makes for Some Uncomfortable Bedfellows
Conservatives are showing up at largely liberal conferences to call for breaking up Facebook and Google. Liberals are going on conservative TV shows to do the same. It’s awkward.
Tucker Carlson is praising Elizabeth Warren. Steve Hilton and Tim Wu hit it off. What's going on? When it comes to fighting big tech, there are some strange new bedfellows
Facial Recognition Tech Is Growing Stronger, Thanks to Your Face
Large databases, built with images from social networks and dating services, contain millions of pictures of people’s faces. Some are shared worldwide.
While Jeffrey Epstein Is in Jail, the Reporter Julie K. Brown Keeps Digging
The case seemed cold when a Miami Herald investigative journalist started looking into it. Then she persuaded accusers to tell their stories.
Mid-Brexit, Britons Pause to Debate What Really Matters: Tea
Alex Morgan’s tea-drinking victory dance has sparked a passionate exchange about a matter of deep concern to Britons: whether to pour tea or milk first.
Employee Activism Is Alive in Tech. It Stops Short of Organizing Unions.
Efforts to form unions at several smaller tech companies have stalled, showing the limits of how far a wave of employee activism can go.
The California coast is disappearing under the rising sea. Our choices are grim
California’s coastline is eroding with every tide and storm, but everything built before we knew better is fixed in place with nowhere to go.
An Online Preschool Closes a Gap but Exposes Another
It is not a program for children of the rich. It is geared to lower-income families who have fewer prekindergarten options.
Now Some Families Are Hiring Coaches to Help Them Raise Phone-Free Children
Screen consultants are here to help you remember life before smartphones and tablets. (Spoiler: get a dog!)
The 73,000 Things You Can’t Have on Your Phone in China
Quran recitations. A scholarly book. A smartphone app offers a peek inside the intrusive technologies China uses to police its Far West.
Kamala Harris and Classmates Were Bused Across Berkeley. The Experience Changed Them.
Fellow Berkeley public school students remember the early days of the integration effort: “We were all just kids trying to figure it out on our own.”
Busing is back in the news, but there’s a lot of confusion about how it happened in Berkeley. So I went to the archives and talked to kids who rode
It’s nerdy because I’ve been here almost two years but it’s still wild to see an A1 (there in the corner)
Why Many in China Oppose Hong Kong’s Protests
It goes beyond propaganda. Even some Western-educated professionals say residents foolishly value individuals’ rights over economic prosperity.
San Francisco Will Spend $600,000 to Erase History
The school board has voted to destroy public murals by a New Deal-era Communist.
Is Marianne Williamson a Fringe Candidate? Or a Likely One?
After Donald Trump, what should a president be, anyway?
Who Gets to Own the West?
A new group of billionaires is shaking up the landscape.
How Will Movies (As We Know Them) Survive the Next 10 Years?
Over the next decade, billions will be spent to remake the movie business. We asked 24 major figures in Hollywood to peer into the future and tell us what they see.
The Land Where the Internet Ends
To find real solitude, you have to go out of range. But every year that’s harder to do, as America’s off-the-grid places disappear.
‘These People Aren’t Coming From Norway’: Refugees in a Minnesota City Face a Backlash
As more Somali refugees arrive in St. Cloud, white anti-immigration activists have pressed an increasingly explicit anti-Muslim agenda.
Kashmir Hill Bringing Her Distinct Voice on Tech to The Times
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