It helps arrive at a timeline of the Red Planet’s formation because radioactive decaying results gives birth to tungsten isotopes. Meaning, the ratio of tungsten isotopes in the Martian mantle has so far been referred to, to understand when the planet might have been formed. … [Read more...] about Mars was formed much later than we thought: Study
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You’ve left a company that you have legitimate grievances against. As thousands of others do, you go to Glassdoor to leave what you believe is a fair and accurate appraisal of your work experiences at the company. A short while later, you’re notified that your former employer has taken court action to out you, claiming your review breached the company’s severance agreements. … [Read more...] about Every employee’s worst nightmare, getting outed on Glassdoor, could become a reality
Face search AR style Ultimately, what makes Clearview AI alarming isn’t so much its technology—which appears to be pretty straightforward—but the way the company has created a centralized face-search clearing house for use by law-enforcement agencies and security firms, without seeking the permission of anyone in the photos. That’s what has led to visions of a world in which there’s no such thing as going out in public and preserving any semblance of privacy. But face search based on similar technological underpinnings could resurface in a less threatening form. That’s because it’s complementary with another technology that could be a very big deal in the future—AR. … [Read more...] about ‘Face search’ creeps people out. But it still has a future—in AR
The second class of information pirates is just as bloodthirsty for the private data of Jane Q. Public, but at least their profit by it is one step removed. They pirate data and then use it mostly to sell well-placed advertisements. Facebook leads this pack of social (media) and seemingly friendly pirates, but beware the smiling faces of their privacy policies. They’ll rob you just as blind, in exchange for ads that you know you hate. Where is the fair exchange of your information for products or services that benefit you? Like Herman Melville’s Rokovoko, “It is not down on any map; true places never are.” … [Read more...] about 4 ways to stop data pirates from using your personal information
Poorer consumers have padded the balance sheets of wealthier companies through prices that are higher than they would have been with more aggressive antitrust enforcement. I and other researchers argue this has contributed to soaring economic inequality since around 1980. … [Read more...] about The T-Mobile/Sprint merger will increase inequality in the U.S.