Future Tense Newsletter: How Sex Robots May Remake Marriage
Can We Trust A.I. in Medicine if We Don’t Know Exactly How It Works?
California Agency Has Monitored Welfare Recipients Using License Plate Readers Since 2016
The Proliferation of Sex Robots Will Probably Destroy Marriage—for the Better
The Most Terrifying Things Hackers Showed They Could Do at This Year’s Def Con
What Exactly Does It Mean to Call for “Ethics in Design”?
How the QAnon Conspiracy Theory Went From the Fringes of the Internet to T-Shirts for Sale on Amazon
More Security Flaws at Comcast Left Customer Data Vulnerable
What Happens When China Exports Its Surveillance Technology to the Rest of the World?
Regulating Bots on Social Media Is Easier Said Than Done
Why Do We Keep Talking About Election “Meddling” Like We’re Living in a Hardy Boys Novel?
Offering Tech Support to Older Parents Is Even More Frustrating When There’s a Language Barrier
The FCC Blamed a Cyberattack When Its Comment System Crashed Before Net Neutrality Repeal. The Real Culprit Was John Oliver.
The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo Will Use Facial Recognition on Every Athlete
Is Getting Our News From Smart Speakers a Threat to Media Diversity?
Australia’s Military Drone-Racing Team Hopes to Go From Dead Last to First Place
A $9 Million (and Growing) Pot of Cryptocurrency Is Up for Grabs—Maybe
India’s Biometric Identity Program Found 38 Million People Fraudulently Receiving Cooking Oil Subsidies
Why Was the State Department Ever Involved With the Debate Over 3D-Printed Guns?
Here’s What We Can Learn From Disinformation in Mexico’s Recent Presidential Election