Plus: Zuckerberg’s community manifesto, how to hold platforms accountable, and an accidental admission in Congress.
A Harvard medical student submitted auto-generated comments to Medicaid; volunteers couldn’t distinguish them from those penned by humans.
The model had shown promise in Flint before officials rebelled. Now Toledo is using it, while incorporating more public input.
Residents and city officials traumatized by last week’s unrest fear a repeat for Biden’s inauguration.
Apple, Google, and Amazon booted the site from their own platforms. But who moderates the moderators?
The Alphabet Workers Union isn’t seeking better pay and benefits. It wants to influence the company’s policies on social and other issues.
But it’s still using intonation and behavior to assist with hiring decisions.
The FTC applies a novel remedy, going a step further than simply deleting the source photos.
In the end, what took down @realDonaldTrump was not what he tweeted, but how it was interpreted.
Plus: Dorsey in the Trump administration’s early days, how to define privacy, and chaos in the Capitol.