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Police are starting to use newborns’ blood samples in criminal investigations involving their parents, alarming privacy advocates and legal scholars.
China is aiming for AI supremacy to automate and export totalitarianism. This effort is bound to backfire, but not for the reason you may think.
Living under constant surveillance does have some benefits like deterring crime and catching frauds and cheats, argues Charles Kenny.
The internet is failing to live up to its utopian ideals for a simple reason. A lot of people just want to reach out to hate someone, not make friends.