Facial recognition camedue to concerns about privacy and racial bias. In fact, on Thursday lawmakers .
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Meanwhile, cases around the world , particularly in the US. On Friday, the number of confirmed new cases per day hit an all-time high of 40,000 in the US, leaving some governors to backtrack or at least pause the reopening of their states.
Here are week's stories you don't want to miss.
Many think the new allegations stem from a culture so broken it requires fixing from the ground up.
The WWDC announcement is the beginning of a long, complicated transition away from Intel chips.
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The Department of Housing and Urban Development says it doesn't have policies limiting how facial recognition is used in public housing.
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Dr. Ruha Benjamin shares research from her book Race After Technology, as part of our Now What series.
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The tech giant is building long-requested features into iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and MacOS Big Sur that tie the devices together, giving people fewer reasons to try competing options.
I got to play five hours of the upcoming blockbuster. It was a lot to take in.