Future Tense Newsletter: Here’s What’s Happening With 3D-Printed Guns
The U.K. Wants to Become the World Leader in Ethical A.I. What Does That Actually Mean?
Private WikiLeaks Messages Compare Julian Assange’s Life in the Ecuadorian Embassy to Biosphere 2
Facebook Just Removed Fake Accounts From “Bad Actors,” but Won’t Blame Russia Yet
What to Make of Trump’s Tweet About 3D-Printed Guns
A Bank Lost $2.4 Million to Hackers. Its Cyberinsurance Company Offered It $50,000.
Facebook Temporarily Banning Alex Jones Plays Right Into His Hands
Lower-Skilled Workers Need On-Demand Education Too
The Story Behind Trump’s Claim That Twitter Is Shadow-Banning Conservatives
Amazon’s Facial Recognition Tool Screwed Up, Matched 28 Members of Congress to Mug Shots
Future Tense Newsletter: Read a New Future Tense Fiction Story From Maureen McHugh
The Big Problem With the EU’s Approach to Antitrust Enforcement in Tech
The Internet Isn’t Why Trump Won, Study Finds
How Should Officials Decide When Cutting-Edge Medical Interventions for Athletes Cross the Line?
Read “The Starfish Girl,” a Sci-Fi Story About Gymnastics by Maureen McHugh
We Banned Holocaust Deniers From Our History Subreddit. Here’s Why Facebook Should Do the Same.
This Time, the Government Says It Will Tell Us if a Foreign Power Is Trying to Muddy Our Election With Disinformation
Come to a Free Screening of Network Hosted by Slate’s Julia Turner
Could Emergency Alerts Come to Netflix and Spotify?
Republicans Just Refused to Spend More to Secure States’ Vulnerable Election Systems