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The Tech Takeover: Jobs Most At Risk

Photo by Arseny Togulev / The Unsplash License When it comes to the tech takeover, it seems like no one is safe. But, the good news first: Not all jobs are going to be replaced by automation and robots. In fact, automation is expected to create more jobs than it…

Should You Buy The New iPhone 11?

In terms of actual dimensions, according to iPhone 11 rumors or leaked videos, it is expected to be released this fall and there’s going to be three models supposedly. An iPhone 11, the normal sized one at 5.8’, then a bigger version, presumably the iPhone 11 max at 6.5’ and…

Here Are Some Of The Deleted Comments From Jen Gennai’s Rebuttal To The Latest Project Veritas Video Exposé

Earlier today, Jen Gennai, the Head of Responsible Innovation at Google, posted an article on website Medium titled ‘This is not how I expected Monday to go!’ The piece was meant to serve as a rebuttal to the viral video Project Veritas released which exposed alleged political bias and censorship…

New Facial Recognition Software “Cross-References” Women’s Photos On Social Media With Faces Pulled From Videos On Adult Film Platforms

A user on Weibo, a Chinese social network, is claiming to have “successfully identified more than 100,000 young ladies” in the adult industry “on a global scale” by using newly developed facial recognition software that captures images found on social media and “cross-references” them with faces seen in (mostly amateur)…

Microsoft Releasing Word Version That Makes Grammar ‘Politically Correct’

Source: Express Mirror Microsoft is set to release a new version of Word that uses artificial intelligence to make your writing ‘politically correct.’ You know how annoying it is when the iPhone corrects ‘f*cking’ to ‘ducking’ every time you type out the word? Imagine that for an entire essay. The…

NASA Says India’s Recent Anti-Satellite Weapon Test Has Created So Much Space Junk It Now Threatens The Safety Of The International Space Station

Last week, India intentionally destroyed one of its satellites with a missile and NASA is now saying the test has created so much space debris that it could threaten the International Space Station (ISS) and the astronauts on board. Although Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi essentially called the event a…