29 Apr

“This facial recognition company is causing havoc in Russia—and could come to the U.S. soon”

“Last month, a Russian software developer named Andrey Mima announced that he had been able to track down two women he’d taken a photo of in 2010, with nothing more than their faces.”

Read: This facial recognition company is causing havoc in Russia—and could come to the U.S. soon

20 Apr

“Everything wrong with Silicon Valley culture in one gross presentation”

“One of the lauded myths of Silicon Valley culture is that anyone can be a tech superstar if they have the talent. That if you just work hard enough, you too can grow up to be a lauded developer. Take game publisher and former Microsoft developer Alex St.”

Read: Everything wrong with Silicon Valley culture in one gross presentation

14 Apr

“New Education Majority poll finds black and Latino parents are aware of racial disparities in schools”

“Diversity isn’t just a hallmark of big cities anymore. The U.S. as a whole is rapidly becoming a majority-minority country, starting with our youngest citizens: Last summer, the U.S. Census Bureau published a report on the changing demographics of the country and found that, as of 2014, 50.”

Read: New Education Majority poll finds black and Latino parents are aware of racial disparities in schools

11 Apr

“These unlucky people have names that break computers”

“Jennifer Null’s husband had warned her before they got married that taking his name could lead to occasional frustrations in everyday life. She knew the sort of thing to expect – his family joked about it now and again, after all. And sure enough, right after the wedding, problems began.”

Read: These unlucky people have names that break computers

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