Journal Reports: Technology
Critics of Amazon say legal precedents justify holding the company liable for third-party sellers’ products. Others say Amazon’s scale makes it unfeasible to do so.
February 28, 2020
Critics say false positives are far higher for some groups of people than for others, but supporters of the technology says the actual numbers involved are tiny.
A debate: Proponents say new technologies can help narrow the achievement gap; critics say they are setting many students back.
The question is whether gamers will still pay a lot of money for separate consoles once they can stream more games.
The industry is booming, and that’s good news for people with a range of tech skills.
Proponents say payments with a digital dollar would be faster and easier. Opponents say it would be costly and inefficient.
History offers plenty of examples of what happens when we slow innovation because of job fears. It isn’t a pretty picture, the author argues.
Facebook, tech startups try to connect more customers to the internet.
Ajit Pai talks about consistent rules and the U.S.-China rivalry over 5G.
Supporters say coding know-how is good for students and society in an increasingly digital world. Opponents say public schools shouldn’t be turned into job-training sites for tech companies.
As social-media companies erect barriers, people find ways around them.
Two innovators, Aicha Evans and Anousheh Ansari, talk about their big ideas.
The Wall Street Journal hosted a conversation by email with three experts on cloud storage and the security and privacy issues around it.
A fast-spreading use of artificial intelligence in schools from kindergartens to universities provides the country with an unrivaled database.
As armed forces work on the weapons, they confront a big problem: AI can be easy to fool
Jeff Wilke says the company doesn’t give its own brand an advantage in its search results.