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  • Tech is having a reckoning. Tech investors? Not so much.
    by Eileen Guo on January 24, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    On January 10, Charlie O’Donnell, a startup investor who runs Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, published a blog post that he hoped would inspire self-reflection among his peers in the industry. Provocatively titled Seed Investments in Insurrection, his argument was that venture capitalists needed to wrestle with their impact on democracy.  “It’s kind of hard to make…

  • We could know soon whether vaccines work against a scary new coronavirus variant
    by Antonio Regalado on January 23, 2021 at 10:15 am

    Salim Abdool Karim was at a cricket match on December 26, Boxing Day, when he made the mistake of looking at his email. He had received a new report and the news wasn’t good. A heavily mutated coronavirus spotted in South Africa appeared to allow the virus to bind more tightly, and more easily, to…

  • The Biden administration’s AI plans: what we might expect
    by Karen Hao on January 22, 2021 at 5:25 pm

    On Wednesday, the US waited with bated breath as president Trump handed the government reins over to president Biden. The transition of power ended up peaceful, and Biden promptly ushered in his new vision for America with a flurry of executive orders. At the moment, the most pressing issues on his table are fighting the…

  • These virtual robot arms get smarter by training each other
    by Will Heaven on January 22, 2021 at 12:50 pm

    A virtual robot arm has learned to solve a wide range of different puzzles—stacking blocks, setting the table, arranging chess pieces—without having to be retrained for each task. It did this by playing against a second robot arm that was trained to give it harder and harder challenges. Self play: Developed by researchers at OpenAI,…

  • This is Biden’s seven-point plan for tackling the pandemic
    by Niall Firth on January 22, 2021 at 11:13 am

    The news: President Biden has said it will take a “wartime effort” to tackle the covid-19 pandemic as he unveiled a seven-point plan on his first full day in the job. He pledged to be guided by science, and to make transparency and accountability core values for his administration’s response. The plan is a distillation…

  • “Everyone is impressed by Israeli vaccination, but I don’t think we’re a success story”
    by Lindsay Muscato on January 22, 2021 at 11:00 am

    Israel was originally praised for its approach to covid-19 vaccine distribution, and was hailed as a model for how to get things done. But the picture that has emerged since is a lot more complicated. Covid-19 infections have reached record highs, and a new lockdown has been extended until the end of January. Meanwhile, there…

  • AI could make healthcare fairer—by helping us believe what patients say
    by Karen Hao on January 22, 2021 at 10:00 am

    In the last few years, research has shown that deep learning can match expert-level performance in medical imaging tasks like early cancer detection and eye disease diagnosis. But there’s also cause for caution. Other research has shown that deep learning has a tendency to perpetuate discrimination. With a healthcare system already riddled with disparities, sloppy…

  • Sony may resurrect the Xperia Compact line for small phone fans
    on January 24, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Did you see the iPhone 12 mini and wish there were an Android equivalent to that small-yet-mighty design? You might get your wish. Well-known tipster OnLeaks has shared what he says are images and early details of the Xperia Compact, Sony’s revival o...

  • Uber cuts 15 percent of Postmates' workforce
    on January 24, 2021 at 5:46 pm

    Now that Uber owns Postmates, it’s apparently ready to cut workers it believes are superfluous. Uber has confirmed to the New York Times that it’s laying off about 185 people at Postmates, or about 15 percent of the delivery company’s staff. Most of...

  • SpaceX launches a record 143 satellites into orbit
    on January 24, 2021 at 3:20 pm

    After a slight delay, SpaceX has smashed a record for sending spacecraft into orbit. The company successfully launched its Transporter-1 mission carrying an unprecedented 143 satellites, including 133 commercial and government customer vehicles and 1...

  • Pixar's 'Soul' was so popular on streaming that it beat 'The Office'
    on January 23, 2021 at 11:10 pm

    There was little doubt Pixar’s Soul would find a large audience by going straight to Disney+ in many countries, but it’s now clear just how successful that strategy was. Deadline reports that the existential movie topped Nielsen’s streaming rankings...

  • Tesla accuses engineer of stealing crucial company software
    on January 23, 2021 at 10:07 pm

    Tesla is no stranger to allegations of staff stealing its technology, but its latest case may be particularly brazen if true. As Electrek has learned, the EV maker has sued engineer Alex Khatilov for allegedly stealing the company’s custom Warp Drive...

  • Boeing wants all its aircraft to fly on sustainable fuels by 2030
    on January 23, 2021 at 9:28 pm

    Boeing has vowed to make flights using its planes more eco-friendly within the next decade: The aviation titan has announced its commitment to make sure its planes can fly on 100 percent sustainable fuels by 2030. It explained that making the shift t...

  • FTC issues first fines using a law against ticket scalping bots
    on January 23, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    Most live events simply aren’t an option due to the pandemic, but that isn’t stopping the FTC from cracking down on ticket scalper bots. The regulator has taken its first legal action using the Better Online Ticket Sales (BOTS) Act meant to punish th...

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