Presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Andrew Yang asserted that artificial intelligence is essential to U.S. national security in the 21st century.Read Full Story
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On Wednesday, Google announced that it would start limiting the abilities of political advertisers to target their messaging in the coming months.
The 2017 general election was swung by young voters and high turnout according to the Ipsos Mori How Britain Voted survey‘Youthquake’ behind election surge: analysisContinue reading…Read Full Story
I think that a general rule of thumb for defining “harm” in this arena has to do with the data collection process. Each of us willfully submits data on a daily basis – we choose to give a thumbs up or thumbs down to a Pandora song, or we decide whether an email is ham or spam. We do so willingly, because we understand that giving this data will improve our user experience as a whole.Read Full Story
In their new book Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration, Bryan Caplan and Zach Weinersmith do everything you’d think that good policy pundits should do.
They don’t just track trends or scold rivals, they identify and focus on a feasible positive policy change. They don’t just pick any old change, but focus on one of the biggest possible gains they can identify.
POTUS and the Stock Market For those who follow the stock market, October’s been a pretty rough month, with overall market levels, as measured by major indexes such as the Russell 3000 and the Wilshire 5000, now down into correction territory of 10 percent declines. The falls, unfortunately, closely followRead Full Story