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Self-Driving Cars And The Kobayashi Maru

Andrew Heikkila Contributor<p>Andrew Heikkila is a tech enthusiast and writer from Boise, Idaho.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>Technology, happiness on demand and the absurd human condition<br>• Defining our relationship with early AI<p>In 1966, Gene Roddenberry’s <i>Star Trek</i> would boldly go where no man had gone …

Autonomous Cars

Drone technology a threat to Trident submarines, MPs to be told

The controversial idea that Britain’s nuclear submarines could be rendered irrelevant before the new fleet is even launched, will be bolstered this …

Military

Alt-right retaliates against Twitter ban by creating 'fake black accounts’

Extreme right-wing users hit back with false accounts after being kicked off Twitter, as the social network tries to crack down on hate speech<p>While Facebook battles with its fake news problem, Twitter is dealing with a different problem: fake accounts set up by the alt-right.<p>White supremacist …

Internet

Labor union members protest affordable housing loss as an Airbnb conference starts

Airbnb, the hugely popular home-renting platform, is bringing 7,500 of its hosts and others to Los Angeles for a conference, but labor union members and affordable housing advocates aren’t putting out the welcome mat.<p>During a rally Wednesday in downtown Los Angeles, hotel workers and community …

Apple’s automated backups are making every iPhone owner vulnerable

Earlier this year, Apple went toe-to-toe with the FBI over the company’s refusal to unlock the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. After refusing a court order to assist, Apple emerged as the great protector of user privacy. But was this all a farce?<p>It seems that private …