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The features that allowed companies to hop on videoconferences also made it easy for trolls to hijack meetings and harass students.

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The popular app offered the simplest path to videoconferencing in a pandemic. That doesn’t make it the right path to take.

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Our online habits are changing, likely for good. This could make tech companies even more muscular.

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The popular app offered the simplest path to videoconferencing in a pandemic. That doesn’t make it the right path to take.

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The $130 entry fee is being waived indefinitely, as interest in playing video games surges during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Gig workers seemingly eligible for unemployment pay because of the pandemic have met roadblocks to filing. Some fault Labor Department rules.

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Machine-learning applications are proving to be especially useful to the scientific community studying the planet’s largest bodies of water.

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The pattern-recognizing power of machine learning is affecting players, teams, sports medicine and even betting.

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Scientists are exploring approaches that would help machines develop their own sort of common sense.

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Machines are being trained to consider food the way a cook might, with attention to variations in shape and seasonality and qualities like sweetness or texture.

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Advances in software applications that process human language lie at the heart of the debate over whether computer technologies will enhance or even substitute for human creativity.

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Coming shows involve artificial intelligence, but underlying them is a concern: “What are we unleashing?”

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Schools are elevating the use of chatbots and virtual assistants whose speed and tone can simulate text conversation.

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Ellie Leonard’s transcription business has thrived, despite the arrival of automated services and advancing A.I. technology.

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The founder of Twitter and Square said he was putting nearly a third of his total wealth toward the effort.

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Religious families lean on technology this month to recreate disrupted rituals.

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A master class in lighting for your next video conference.

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There are a few steps you can take to make your video conferences more secure.

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Pro video game streamers are used to spending their days in isolation. And a huge new audience is at home to watch them play.

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Pro video game streamers are used to spending their days in isolation. And a huge new audience is at home to watch them play.

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A new study examines the millions of small digital businesses. They could help many communities weather the economic blow from the coronavirus outbreak.

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An experiment under 4,600 feet of Italian rock wasn’t immune from the pandemic’s interruption.

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The home rental company raised new funding as its business has been roiled by the coronavirus.

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The tech superpower faces hard questions over how it’s handling worker safety.

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Lawyers and a Silicon Valley start-up have found ways to flood the system with claims, so companies are looking to thwart a process they created.

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