The self-driving car battle enters its papers-and-lawyers phase. The post Judge in Waymo Dispute Lets Uber’s Self-Driving Program Live—for Now appeared first on WIRED.
The sprawling fantasy epic adaptation may well be a movie folks like. But it won’t be the movie they need. The post If You Want to Like The Dark Tower, Reset Your Expectations appeared first on WIRED.
By involving ethicists and social scientists in its product-building process, Facebook could better anticipate problems before they fester. The post The One Hire Facebook Really Needs to Make to Curb Violence appeared first on WIRED.
A sneaky new phishing scam has taken Gmail inboxes by storm. The post Don’t Open That Google Doc Unless You’re Positive It’s Legit appeared first on WIRED.
Conscious thought is holding back the cyborg revolution. Which is why the next generation of prosthetics will use computer vision and neural nets instead. The post Want a True Bionic Limb? Good Luck Without Machine Learning appeared first on WIRED.
Square, the payments company founded and run by Jack Dorsey, released its quarterly financial results for the first quarter after the bell on Wednesday. The company beat expectations, bringing in $462 million in revenue, when investors were forecasting $451 million. This is a 22 percent increase from the same period last year. Read More
Not many companies would dare to fight with Amazon, Microsoft and Google at the same time, but three-year-old Paperspace thinks it can carve out a cloud computing niche by rolling out the red carpet for data scientists. Today it launched new GPU-powered virtual machines that utilize Nvidia’s Pascal cards. Read More