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The New York Times: Technology

6 Emerging Players in A.I.

6 Emerging Players in A.I.

A police robot in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The country was the world’s first to create a Ministry of Artificial Intelligence.
Computer Stories: A.I. Is Beginning to Assist Novelists

Computer Stories: A.I. Is Beginning to Assist Novelists

Robin Sloan, in his office in the Murray Street Media Lab in Berkeley, Calif. He is using a computer program he created to help write his latest novel.
In Virginia House Race, Anonymous Attack Ads Pop Up on Facebook

In Virginia House Race, Anonymous Attack Ads Pop Up on Facebook

An ad that appeared on a Facebook page called “Wacky Wexton Not.”
Netflix’s Cash-Fueled Road to Streaming Dominance

Netflix’s Cash-Fueled Road to Streaming Dominance

Noah Schnapp in Netflix’s “Stranger Things 2.” The next season of the series is not expected to come out until summer 2019.
Tech We’re Using: An Eye for Photography, but a Google Suite for Events

Tech We’re Using: An Eye for Photography, but a Google Suite for Events

Whitney Richardson, a former photo editor, said she relied especially on Google Drive in her current job as a New York Times events manager in London.
Craig Newmark, Newspaper Villain, Is Working to Save Journalism

Craig Newmark, Newspaper Villain, Is Working to Save Journalism

Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, has been giving millions of dollars to media organizations to help journalism.
Uber and Lyft Charge Toward Potential I.P.O.s Next Year

Uber and Lyft Charge Toward Potential I.P.O.s Next Year

A car with stickers for both Uber and Lyft. Uber is said to have received proposals from bankers saying it could be worth $120 billion in an initial public offering, and Lyft has picked JPMorgan Chase
Scene City: Wired Magazine Turns 25 With a Brainy Party

Scene City: Wired Magazine Turns 25 With a Brainy Party

From left, Nicholas Thompson, the editor of Wired; Anna Wintour; Kevin Systrom; and Nicole Systrom.
Google to Charge Phone Makers for Android Apps in Europe

Google to Charge Phone Makers for Android Apps in Europe

Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Note 9 handset in Brooklyn in August. The device is one of 24,000 that use Google’s Android operating system.
New York Attorney General Expands Inquiry Into Net Neutrality Comments

New York Attorney General Expands Inquiry Into Net Neutrality Comments

“The F.C.C.’s public comment process was corrupted by millions of fake comments,” Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood of New York said in a statement.
Paul G. Allen, Microsoft’s Co-Founder, Is Dead at 65

Paul G. Allen, Microsoft’s Co-Founder, Is Dead at 65

Paul G. Allen in 2014. “In his own quiet and persistent way, he created magical products, experiences and institutions, and in doing so, he changed the world,” a Microsoft statement said.
U.S. Credit Card Giants Flout India’s New Law on Personal Data

U.S. Credit Card Giants Flout India’s New Law on Personal Data

Visa, Mastercard and American Express will be violating a new Indian law that is going into effect on Monday night every time an Indian swipes a credit or debit card.
Facebook Hack Included Search History and Location Data of Millions

Facebook Hack Included Search History and Location Data of Millions

Facebook said Friday that a security breach had affected 30 million users, 20 million fewer than originally thought.
Infosys Built Its Global Machine With Indian Workers. Can It Adjust to Trump’s ‘Hire American’?

Infosys Built Its Global Machine With Indian Workers. Can It Adjust to Trump’s ‘Hire American’?

The new Infosys office in Indianapolis has a view of the city skyline. The company, under pressure to hire more Americans, has said it will hire 10,000 workers in the United States by 2019.
How an Unlikely Family History Website Transformed Cold Case Investigations

How an Unlikely Family History Website Transformed Cold Case Investigations

Curtis Rogers enjoys helping people solve family history puzzles. He inadvertently created a database that can now identify 60 percent of Americans of Northern European ancestry.
A Genocide Incited on Facebook, With Posts From Myanmar’s Military

A Genocide Incited on Facebook, With Posts From Myanmar’s Military

A border police officer at a repatriation center for Rohingya returning to Myanmar. Human rights groups blame anti-Rohingya propaganda online for fueling violence and displacement.
M.I.T. Plans College for Artificial Intelligence, Backed by $1 Billion

M.I.T. Plans College for Artificial Intelligence, Backed by $1 Billion

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is taking a particularly ambitious step in preparing students to develop, and consider the implications of, artificial intelligence. It is creating a new