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  • The fact that a search of Donald Trump's Florida home was even necessary says a lot.

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  • The company said it would prevent Russia-based users from uploading new content—but their videos are still showing up on FYPs.

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  • AI hype has researchers in fields from medicine to political science rushing to use techniques that they don’t always understand—causing a wave of spurious results.

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  • After a local politician and two others were gunned down in the Philippines, posts supporting the suspect continue to gain traction on social media.

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  • WIRED’s editor in chief weighs the merits and detriments of carbon capture and storage, plus more thoughts on this month’s headlines.

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  • A crop of lawsuits could finally settle the question of whether most digital assets are illegal securities offerings.

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  • Artist Miao Ying says Surplus Intelligence depicts humanity's conflicted relationship with the algorithms that control people's lives.

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  • Plus: The government’s plan for Microsoft, the limits of health care disruption, and a regular irregular event.

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  • BlenderBot 3 learns by chatting with you and tries to ignore the trolls. Like so many of us, it’s very much a work in progress.

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  • Why is the Roomba company worth $1.7 billion to Amazon? It’s not the dust, it’s the data.

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  • After news of a “pointless” pay increase spread, workers at three warehouses stopped work to demand higher wages as inflation and interest rates surge.

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  • Nurses, retail workers, and other employees can owe thousands of dollars just for quitting their job—or getting laid off.

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