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Falsehoods were rampant after the Parkland, Fla., school shooting despite the firm’s promise to improve its algorithm. And lawmakers are growing increasingly frustrated and vocal about disinformation on social media.
The new approach could one day allow people to screen themselves for the risks that could lead to heart disease.
Dating apps promised to save the singles of this tech mecca with the highest ratio of single men to women in the country.
Investors and market experts say trading algorithms made a crazy stock-market day that much crazier, sparking an outburst of panic selling and making its rebound seem even more baffling.
The giants behind America's most popular websites and devices face growing controversies over the mental-health effects of an Internet-connected life.
Facebook, looking to artificial intelligence to help solve its problem, is racing to keep up with rivals.
The futuristic market offers unprecedented convenience – and cameras and sensors that track shoppers’ every move.
Tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft both claimed victory in the historic milestone.
Millions of Americans are increasingly offering up this personal data in search of better-fitting clothes, raising concerns for some privacy experts.
The president will benefit from a lowering of the top tax rate, as well as other measures that reduce the tax burden of his private business.