This AI could prevent hiring biases instead of perpetuating them
By studying the search behavior of actual recruiters, the system noted patterns of discrimination.
Barilla's Spotify playlists end when your pasta is ready
C'mon people, you should know that all pasta is ready in twelve minutes.
Instacart lays off thousands of workers, including all who voted to unionize
The decision, announced on January 19, is part of Instacart's series of layoffs.
Facebook Oversight Board is being asked to review Trump's suspension
When the going gets tough, outsource all analysis to the Oversight Board.
China’s U.S. embassy is locked out of Twitter for dehumanizing Uighur women
A spokesperson for the country called the decision a double standard. It's not.
Tech won't solve the loneliness epidemic, especially now
Millions dead. Indefinite lockdowns. On top of that, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated another agonizing ailment: loneliness.
Get the perfect dose of nostalgia with these Galaxy Buds Pro cases
If you remember the Samsung Anycall T100 or Anycall E700 these might be the earbud cases for you.
Instagram knows its video features can't hold a candle to TikTok
TikTok isn't reeling after Reels, after all.
Jack Ma is back and richer than ever
Elon Musk's 'Not-a-Flamethrower' gag gift keeps getting seized by police
But... but Elon gave it that cheeky name!
Companies admit they've spied on remote workers during COVID-19
Forbes is launching a Substack rival worth taking seriously
Seemingly inspired by Substack, Forbes is trying to bring newsletter entrepreneurs into its fold.