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Wells Fargo Scandal May Be Sign of a Poisonous Culture - The New York Times
That senior executives were not held accountable for the reprehensible behavior of bank employees signals a wider cultural cancer on Wall St
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Leaked manuals confirm Stingrays can be used for mass surveillance, bypa...
For years, Harris Corporation and the FBI have fought to keep their user manuals and product information secret. Now, that wall of secrecy h
How the sugar industry bought out scientists for decades, and how to sto...
Researchers followed the money, and found out that the sugar industry has been gaslighting the entire world for fifty years. It was code-nam
Wells Fargo faces $185 million fine for massive fraud and theft scheme, ...
Wells Fargo has been fined $185 million for opening hundreds of thousands of credit card accounts and bank accounts for users who never appl
At Last, Google's DeepMind AI Can Make Machines Sound Like Humans
Google has announced WaveNet, a speech synthesis program that uses AI and deep learning techniques to generate speech samples better than cu
The FCC Has a Plan to Free Us From Our Cable Boxes
The agency's new proposal would let you watch cable without renting a set-top-box---and watch it on any device you choose.
New carbon nanotube breakthrough moves them one step closer to mass prod...
A new method for purifying carbon nanotubes could make them a plausible vehicle for semiconductor advances -- but only if the technique can
New algorithm detects online fraudsters: Method sees through camouflage ...
An algorithm developed at Carnegie Mellon University makes it easier to determine if someone has faked an Amazon or Yelp review or if a poli
First stars formed even later than previously thought
ESA's Planck satellite has revealed that the first stars in the Universe started forming later than previous observations of the Cosmic Micr
Turing Learning breakthrough: Computers can now learn from pure observat...
Soon, the machines really might be watching your every move -- and, for the first time, independently making sense of what they see.
Kardashev Scale: What It’ll Be Like When We Harness the Power of an Enti...
To measure the level of a civilization’s advancement, the Kardashev scale focuses on the amount of energy that a civilization is able to har
Implantable “memory prosthetic” opens new horizons for cyborg future | E...
Implantable memory prosthetics could be the first in a wave of cyborg devices available for the enhancement of the human brain.
New technology may give electric car drivers more miles per minute of ch...
Researchers have designed a thin plastic membrane that stops rechargeable batteries from discharging when not in use and allows for rapid re
Quick Pro Quo: Software Writes Text 3x Faster Than Any Human Can
Researchers have discovered that voice recognition software Deep Speech 2 has improved to a point that it has become significantly faster an