Recode by Vox. Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing — and changing us. Subscribe to our podcasts: bit.ly/2Lh1RBy
Reminder: Facebook is going to be under enormous pressure in the run-up to the 2020 election. https://bit.ly/33SkNuy
Mark Zuckerberg isn’t done answering questions about Facebook’s political ads policy https://ift.tt/33STn7Q
Mark Zuckerberg is the new political villian for the Democratic Party https://ift.tt/32GvL6A
Facebook has disclosed new attacks on it's platform by Iran and Russia’s Internet Research Agency. At the same time, Facebook announced new moves it says will help "protect the 2020 US elections." https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/10/21/20925134/facebook-russia-iran-fake-ban-2020-election?utm_campaign=vox.social&utm_content=recode&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
RT @voxdotcom: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist @RonanFarrow talks with Recode’s @karaswisher about his new book, "Catch and Kill: Lies, S…
RT @teddyschleifer: Here's the story on the Zuckerberg-Buttigieg relationship: They were introduced ahead of Buttigieg's 2017 run for DNC…
Facebook banned more fake Russian and Iranian accounts https://ift.tt/2MYHJSi
RT @shiringhaffary: Google’s attempt to shut down a unionization meeting in Switzerland just riled up its employees, who held the meeting a…
Google’s attempt to shut down a unionization meeting just riled up its employees https://ift.tt/32xWIch
Algorithms are grading student essays across the country. Can it really teach kids how to write better? Host @adrs explores the question on the latest episode of #ResetPod. Listen on @pocketcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts: https://pca.st/c3tuv69s
RT @adrs: This parent happens to be a software engineer who works with AI on the side, as a hobby. But when it comes to his kids’ essays...…
The first Sunday episode of #ResetPod is here 🎧 Algorithms are grading student essays across the country. Can it really teach kids how to write better? Host @adrs explores the question. Listen on @Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts: https://stitcherapp.com/reset
 
Reset is a new podcast about how tech is changing our lives, with new episodes every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Subscribe now on @ApplePodcasts: https://apple.co/32kEACw
Algorithms are grading student essays across the country. Can it really teach kids how to write better? https://ift.tt/2Br9Zrj
Algorithms are grading student essays across the country. Can it really teach kids how to write better? @adrs, host of the Reset podcast from @Recode by Vox, explores the question. https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/10/20/20921354/ai-algorithms-essay-writing?utm_campaign=vox&utm_content=chorus&utm_mediu m=social&utm_source=twitter
No one expected The Athletic could get people to pay for sports news. Now it has 600,000 subscribers. https://ift.tt/35GBLOx
Elizabeth Warren is crushing Joe Biden in donations from employees at Big Tech companies — despite her pledge to break many of them up. Warren collected about $150,000 from employees of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, and Google between July and September. https://bit.ly/31sFqvK
The problem with Amazon’s speedy shipping, in one graphic https://ift.tt/31whlnP
RT @teddyschleifer: NEWS: Andrew Yang has a super PAC that is planning to spend over $1 million to back his campaign. The group is being…
A new high-powered super PAC is going to spend millions to back Andrew Yang https://ift.tt/31qxhs2
Facial recognition tech is notoriously bad at detecting people with dark skin. For their new phone, Google set out to collect data to make this feature more inclusive. But their plan, says reporter @GingerOtis, was questionable. Subscribe on @castbox_fm: https://castbox.fm/channel/Reset-id2361131?country=us
RT @teddyschleifer: New: San Francisco powerbroker @RonConway is inviting people to a fundraiser for @CoryBooker in New York on Oct. 30, p…
“I sold my face to Google for $5:” Why Google’s attempt to make facial recognition tech more inclusive failed https://ift.tt/35ESXE9
“Just the desire to create an inclusive product doesn’t justify engaging in a coercive process to get to that end.” —@ruha9, on Google’s questionable data collection process in an attempt to make its Pixel 4 phone better at seeing black faces https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/10/17/20917285/google-pixel-4-facial-recognition-tech-black-people-reset-podcast
 
Reset is a new podcast from @Recode and Vox that explains why — and how — technology is shaping our world and our lives. 🎧 Subscribe now on @ApplePodcasts: https://apple.co/32kEACw
RT @teddyschleifer: Big Tech fundraising in the third quarter of this year: Elizabeth Warren: $150k Bernie Sanders: $130k Pete Buttigieg…
Elizabeth Warren raised five times as much money from Big Tech as Joe Biden did https://ift.tt/31lzEMI
RT @adrs: The latest episode of Reset explores a Google data collection effort where google contractors scanned the faces of people of colo…
Mark Zuckerberg said a lot of nothing in his big speech https://ift.tt/35KQlUW
Reset is a new podcast where host @adrs explores the often unexpected impact technology has on our everyday lives. Follow now on @iheartradio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/358-reset-49064044/
Facial recognition tech is notoriously bad at detecting people with dark skin. For their new phone, Google set out to collect data to make this feature more inclusive. But the way the company went about it, reporter @GingerOtis found, was questionable. https://apple.co/32kEACw
RT @teddyschleifer: Sequoia Capital leader Doug Leone and his wife gave $100,000 more to back Donald Trump last quarter, per new disclosure…
I spoke with @karaswisher on the @Recode Decode podcast about the intersection of politics, technology, and leadership. Listen to our full conversation here: https://megaphone.link/VMP3580132227
I knew @edmundlee before he was *this* famous. He worked for me and @karaswisher. Just another @Recode veteran now ruling the media world. https://nyti.ms/2BdHeya
 
I ran into @TonyRomm and @KurtWagner8 at the Zuckerberg event at Georgetown today too
RT @ApplePodcasts: .@adrs explores why and how technology is changing everything in Reset. Follow a biohacker in episode 1: https://t.co/YK…
Remote work isn’t just changing how we work — it’s changing where we live, too. Americans are moving away from major cities to smaller cities and rural areas. Remote work helps to compensate for stagnating wages by making city salaries go further. https://bit.ly/2M0VTmH
Turns out breaking up Big Tech is super popular. https://bit.ly/31XaCV1
Humans are listening to your conversations, but it's not the same as spying. https://bit.ly/2odqeFC
Netflix missed its subscriber numbers, again https://ift.tt/2VLotLS
Kamala Harris’s call to suspend Trump’s Twitter account, explained https://ift.tt/2OTfLtR
Amazon’s 1-day shipping is convenient — and terrible for the environment https://ift.tt/2VMMRN8
“The good news is the 9-5 boundaries have broken down," but that's also the bad news says one small business consultant. The flexibility of remote work can create an always-on culture. @ranimolla looks at the good, the bad, and the lovely of remote work: https://bit.ly/2oi6BfB
🎧 Listen to Brittany Kaiser and @karaswisher's full conversation and follow #RecodeDecode on @Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2MMWsPX
Kaiser discusses: —How she first observed the dangers of social media while working on Obama's '08 campaign —Why she mistakenly believed Cambridge Analytica was using tech as a force for good —What happened when she testified about the company's abuses in the UK Parliament
New #RecodeDecode episode ⬇️ Cambridge Analytica’s former business development director Brittany Kaiser joins @karaswisher to talk about her book. https://podcasts.voxmedia.com/show/recode-decode
Remote work has rapidly become popular in recent years. It can give workers unprecedented work-life balance, but can also create an always-on culture. @ranimolla looks at the good, the bad, and the lovely of remote work: https://bit.ly/2M2LRS9
Last night was the first time tech was discussed meaningfully on the #DemBebate stage — and a sign that the media sees the growing techlash as enough of a concern that candidates should be pressed on it on national television. @teddyschleifer reports: https://bit.ly/2qeKneN
RT @voxdotcom: “Science is for everyone, everyone should have access to it. The issue for me comes in when people run the risk of getting h…
The simmering debate over Big Tech explodes on the Democratic debate stage https://ift.tt/2MjYtV2
"We now know, that these companies are less than transparent. We know that they use their market power to crush rivals," @CarlyFiorina told @karaswisher on Recode Decode: http://applepodcasts.com/recodedecode
One expert estimates that by 2025, some 70% of the workforce will work remotely at least five days a month. Remote work was once a rarity among a select set of workers, but has quickly become a defining feature of the future of work: https://bit.ly/2Vpn0uy
Will regulations on gene-editing technology like CRISPR make its benefits less accessible to the public? Biophysicist Josiah Zayner (@4LOVofScience) lays out the implications of ethical biohacking. Listen to the first episode of Reset on @Applepodcasts: https://apple.co/32kEACw
Amid the rubble of an extraordinarily bungled WeWork IPO, Silicon Valley is trying to explain what happened and who is to blame. So far, that has not included itself. https://bit.ly/2np2rlq
What does it mean to be an ethical biohacker? https://ift.tt/2IRmYH2
RT @adrs: Listen to my convo with bioethicist and journalist Alex Pearlman here: http://pod.link/Reset https://twitter.com/lexikon1/status/1184144379121979393
 
 
 
 
 
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