Opinion: Utah legislators recently voted to pass landmark legislation in support of a new privacy law. Statehouses across the country should take notes.
There’s a vast pool of talent out there. But they need access to courses that suit their learning style and schedules, according to Sebastian Thrun.
Opinion: Manufacturers are offering more repair options than ever before. But they still aren’t giving people the true freedom to fix what they want when
Opinion: When it comes to false and divisive online content, more is produced domestically than abroad—and the platforms need to do more to address it.
Opinion: Larry Sanger, the co-founder of Wikipedia and chief information officer of Everpedia, suggests how to spark a decentralized social media movement.
Thirty years ago, Tim Berners-Lee published a proposal that led to the World Wide Web. Today, he reflects on its history—and its future.
Artificial intelligence will profoundly change the health care industry. But there are many more questions around how AI can best serve our public health needs.
Big tech and big content have more in common than the copyright battles suggest—and that’s a problem for artists.
The vice president of the Law Institute at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences says fears that Huawei is helping the government spy on others
It’s troubling enough that British teenager Molly Russell sought out images of suicide and self-harm online before she took her own life in 2017. But