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Tech companies are deploying artificial intelligence to detect new photos and videos. But such efforts may run afoul of the law.
If you like handling tiny glass shards, sure, go ahead and touch the lunar surface. But avoid the rocks.
“You’re not just selling an address,’’ a video producer said, “you’re selling a lifestyle.” Attractive actors and expensive cars flesh out the fantasy.
Laura K. Cooper told impeachment investigators the White House began questioning the military aid after it came up at a meeting with President Trump.
In this week’s impeachment hearings, expect a lot of G.O.P. conspiracy theorizing.
The tech company’s deal with Ascension is part of a push to use artificial intelligence to aid health services.
Bolivia prospered on the watch of its firebrand leftist president, but his refusal to step aside led to an ignominious downfall.
Alonso won the award for a season in which he hit 53 homers to break the rookie record and lead the majors.
After rising up its ladder, he ran Kaiser Permanente, the admired California organization that integrates hospitals, clinics and health insurance.
Mr. Morales was once a hugely popular leader, hailed by Bolivia’s Indigenous people and the global left. Now, he is in hiding and ousted from office, and it is unclear who will replace him.
Carmakers have quietly promised big investments in their American factories in hopes of avoiding the tariffs as a Wednesday deadline for the president to make a decision approaches.
Sunday’s election did little to help end the government deadlock. But it yielded one clear winner, the far-right Vox party, which has thrived amid a conflict over Catalonia.
A new agency rule would restrict the science that can be used in drafting health regulations by requiring researchers to turn over confidential health data.
Her public art installation at Madison Square Park, opening in June, will focus on the so-called ghost forests that have died off because of climate change.
A quarrel arises over a newsletter’s attempt to tie Campbell Brown, Facebook’s news head, to articles attacking Elizabeth Warren on a website she co-founded.
Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.
At the annual DealBook conference in New York, leaders at the “Groundbreakers Lunch” discussed the appropriate role of business in shaping policy and driving social change.
Makan Delrahim, Kevin Systrom and Bill Gates weighed in on antitrust issues.
Mr. Farage won’t run candidates in seats held by Mr. Johnson’s Tories. But his party may still hurt the Tories in other races.
The document on Moscow’s meddling in British politics prepared by Parliament last year is becoming a hot issue as bits and pieces begin to leak out.
A lawyer representing the president’s former national security adviser filed a motion opposing an effort by Mick Mulvaney to join a suit on impeachment testimony.
Following an international outcry, a French woman has gotten closer to her goal of immigrating to Canada.
As I participated in a workshop, the story came to life right in front of my eyes, right in front of the TV camera for “The Weekly.”
Many Canadians say that Don Cherry, who has offered his bombastic opinions on television for nearly 40 years, has finally gone too far.