How Apple Built 5G Into Its New iPhones

In introducing its first 5G phones on Tuesday, Apple said it had tested them on more than 100 networks. That’s a significant achievement, because 5G operates across a confusing patchwork…

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AI Can Help Diagnose Some Illnesses—if Your Country Is Rich

Artificial intelligence promises to expertly diagnose disease in medical images and scans. However, a close look at the data used to train algorithms for diagnosing eye conditions suggests these powerful…

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Testing Alone Won’t Stop Covid. Just Look at the White House

“Testing alone is not actually protective of anybody without a contact tracing and isolation program, and without use of masks and distancing to make sure that Covid-19 doesn’t spread,” says…

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Does the House Antitrust Report Mean That Tech Is Evil?

Oh, to say, “I’ve never felt better!” and mean it. Maybe in November. The Plain View Like any good nonfiction writer, the Majority Staff (i.e., Democrats) of the House Subcommittee…

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Sales Calls Have Gone Virtual, and AI Is Listening In

The Covid-19 pandemic has converted thousands of salespeople from road warriors to Zoom warriors. Some companies are making the most of this shift by using tools powered by artificial intelligence…

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4 Rockstar Tips to Grow Your Business

A startup may have an excellent product or service that will bring infinite value to a market in need. Still, we live in an era of noise, and any nascent…

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