Gongol.com Archives: May 2016
But if "human flypaper" is part of a broader scheme to make vehicles safer for everyone, then so be it
And the more it cedes that line to Microsoft, the worse Google's future is going to look
So says a study from January, saying discrimination against African American renters shows up both in prices and in the agreement to even make a deal.
The scramble to get AI integrated into people's lives will have interesting effects on how we perceive what thoughts are our own and which ones we share with a digital surrogate or adjunct.
Reviews of the meeting seem to suggest that it went down exactly as expected: The site's perceived political bias against conservatives appears to be a problem for the business model, so it will be corrected not out of political motivation but out of the pursuit of profits.