Google wants you to know that it’s on a rampage against bad ads—a problem that has become especially pressing as fake news sites try to cash in on clicks. The post Google Goes After Bad Ads and Bad Sites That Profit From Them appeared first on WIRED.
The company behind Google’s quantum computer is releasing open source tools so coders can create software without needing an advanced physics degree. The post Quantum Computing Is Real, and D-Wave Just Open-Sourced It appeared first on WIRED.
Cities are increasingly populated by lower-income people in subsidized housing and high income people prepared to pay $3,500 a month for a one-bedroom. The post The Year in Housing: The Middle Class Can’t Afford to Live in Cities Anymore appeared first on WIRED.
The meeting is the first Trump has taken with a group of executives from a single industry—an industry with which he was constantly at odds throughout his campaign. The post Trump Is Meeting With Tech CEOs, and It’s Gonna Be Awkward appeared first on WIRED.
Opinion: It’s easy to criticize Facebook for filtering our news. But when we fail to click on stories presenting opposing viewpoints, it’s our fault. The post Blame the Echo Chamber on Facebook. But Blame Yourself, Too appeared first on WIRED.
A new search engine called Semantic Scholar helps academics deal with the increasingly enormous volume of academic research. The post Allen Institute for AI Eyes the Future of Scientific Search appeared first on WIRED.
Amoeba is a company that places high value on quality music and the counterculture around it. Their newest achievement couldn’t possibly align further with these values. In a few months from now, the Berkeley store location will become the first record store to our knowledge which doubles as a marijuana …