20 Nov

“Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.”

“This is the second episode in a six-part video series about the future of work. Follow the series at vox.com/shiftchange. Self-driving semi trucks are coming to a road near you. Sooner rather than later, packages will be delivered without any humans involved.”

Read: Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.

20 Nov

“Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.”

“This is the second episode in a six-part video series about the future of work. Follow the series at vox.com/shiftchange. Self-driving semi trucks are coming to a road near you. Sooner rather than later, packages will be delivered without any humans involved.”

Read: Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.

20 Nov

“Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.”

“This is the second episode in a six-part video series about the future of work. Follow the series at vox.com/shiftchange. Self-driving semi trucks are coming to a road near you. Sooner rather than later, packages will be delivered without any humans involved.”

Read: Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.

20 Nov

“Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.”

“This is the second episode in a six-part video series about the future of work. Follow the series at vox.com/shiftchange. Self-driving semi trucks are coming to a road near you. Sooner rather than later, packages will be delivered without any humans involved.”

Read: Automation is coming for truckers. But first, they’re being watched.

05 Jun

“Feds look to experimental light-field cameras to ID drivers at the border”

“Facial recognition systems have made huge technological leaps in recent years — offering definitive identification in seconds, from as far as 350 meters away — but there’s one scenario where they still fall short: the car.”

Read: Feds look to experimental light-field cameras to ID drivers at the border

12 Oct

“Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram surveillance tool was used to arrest Baltimore protestors”

“For years, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook have provided data to a company marketing social media surveillance tools to police, according to a newly published investigation by the ACLU of Northern California.”

Read: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram surveillance tool was used to arrest Baltimore protestors

01 Aug

“Why the Rumor That Facebook Is Listening to Your Conversations Won’t Die”

“Not long ago I watched a video in my Facebook timeline—I don’t remember what it was, only that it was something very sad. Whatever it was, I felt overwhelmed, and I put my head down on the bed beside my computer and did about sixty seconds of crying.”

Read: Why the Rumor That Facebook Is Listening to Your Conversations Won’t Die

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