The debate about TikTok isn't going away anytime soon. Smart @lmatsakis piece on what we do know, what we don't know, and why the US banning apps from China is probably not the answer https://t.co/ecGkeDWQKg
Because the cows have yet to organize effective lobbying groups, and have limited capacity to cancel their farmers on Twitter, concerns about bovine privacy are slim. https://t.co/hFeRsXYci4 via @nxthompson
If you haven’t read it yet, I agree with @nxthompson that AI Superpowers is well worth a read. And this is a great glimpse into how @kaifulee thinks AI could have done a better job responding to COVID-19 and can do more to mitigate any future pandemic. https://t.co/wWOYnds3Mk
Linkin Park hasn't been cool for years. But in China, the band's t-shirts are everywhere. @n_mateer turned to a stan message board, Beijing vendors, and, yes, the band itself in the hopes of figuring out why.
Update: Amazon has released a statement saying it didn't mean to ban employees from using TikTok.
"This morning’s email to some of our employees was sent in error. There is no change to our policies right now with regard to TikTok.” https://t.co/7Obh5N5MJ1
As US lawmakers continue to raise security concerns about TikTok's Chinese ownership, Amazon has notified workers that "the TikTok app is no longer permitted on mobile devices that access Amazon email.” https://t.co/PXrWDc54qq
If your imagined tech dystopia involves an opaque algorithm that predicts students' likely test scores, and then confusingly butchers the chances of some to go to college, here we are! @tsimonitehttps://t.co/eLhLa3CkHA
I recently spoke with @kaifulee about AI and coronavirus. One point that struck me: Because we are all working online, we are generating ever-more data, which will accelerate the rate of automation. https://t.co/7aOSphbYlT
What tech will get us back into the office? Plexiglass, personal lunch spaces, elevators and toilets you operate with your feet, thermal sensors, personal tracking. It may make you not want to go back ... but you'll be safer. @CBSThisMorninghttps://t.co/7lpOe7ZoFG