To give kids an equal shot at the American Dream, they need access to the internet. This nonprofit thinks that’s not a partisan issue. The post No Matter What Washington Does, One Nonprofit Is Closing the Digital Divide appeared first on WIRED.
Marsha Blackburn is proposing to bring back privacy rules for broadband providers she just helped gut—and also apply them to Google and Facebook. The post Telco-Backed Politician Wants to Restore Privacy Rules She Helped Kill appeared first on WIRED.
Using math to create 1000s of new musical instruments. The post Google’s AI Invents Sounds Humans Have Never Heard Before appeared first on WIRED.
The internet is supposedly causing people to hole up in sites geared toward people like them. But the data tells us that it is not quite true. The post Maybe the Internet Isn’t Tearing Us Apart After All appeared first on WIRED.
Neural networks are great at recognizing faces and objects in photos. Now they’re being deployed to similarly identify signs of disease and illness. The post Using AI to Detect Cancer, Not Just Cats appeared first on WIRED.
Unsplash is a web repository of 200,000 high-resolution images, and every single photo on the site is free to download. The post The Web’s Premier Free Photo Library Opens Up Its Vaults appeared first on WIRED.
By focusing on advanced manufacturing, Apple’s putting a billion dollars into the future of manufacturing, not the past. The post Apple’s Billion-Dollar Investment Provides a Blueprint for US Manufacturing appeared first on WIRED.
Thanks to the ad-tech boom, advertisers today have endless options. The post The Real Reason the Online Uprising Against Bill O’Reilly Worked appeared first on WIRED.
As a candidate, President Trump threatened to kill the tech industry’s favorite immigration program. But his new order will just leave companies guessing. The post Trump’s Executive Order Won’t Give Tech Clarity on H-1B Visas appeared first on WIRED.
Online advertising is terrible. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The post Stronger Privacy Laws Could Save Advertising From Itself appeared first on WIRED.