Some 150,000 US autoworkers are poised to strike this week for better pay. Their union is pushing auto giants to ensure that green jobs won’t be worse jobs.
Cory Doctorow talks about everything that threatens to make the internet “a toxic waste dump”—and the ways you can regain control of your choices online.
Apple ignored the tech industry’s obsession with generative AI at the new iPhone launch, offering subtler AI features that make everyday tasks like photography and phone calls better.
Senators are meeting with Silicon Valley’s elite to learn how to deal with AI. But can Congress tackle the rapidly emerging tech before working on itself?
Chinese artificial intelligence startups say uncertain regulation, chip shortages, and a slowing economy will make it tough to compete.
For environmentalists, hybrid vehicles can feel like a compromise. But demand for hybrid pickup trucks is surging—and they may be the greenest practical option.
State and local governments in the US are scrambling to harness tools like ChatGPT to unburden their bureaucracies, rushing to write their own rules—and avoid generative AI’s many pitfalls.
The tech giant is 25 years old. In a chatbot war. On trial for antitrust. But its CEO says Google is good for 25 more.
In high-wage Finland, where clickworkers are rare, one company has discovered a novel labor force—prisoners.
Meta says it will retire Facebook’s “news” tag in the UK, France, and Germany, ahead of rules that might force it to pay for content. Users may not care, but it has left media scrambling.