This week, we cover the latest news from Meta: AI-enabled smart glasses, a VR headset, and an army of fresh chatbots.
The HBO series Young Love, about millennial parents in Chicago, has the instincts of an old-school Black sitcom but wears the skin of an animated world.
The “last man standing” in X’s threat intelligence team has been fired, as the company guts its election integrity response ahead of a year in which more than 50 countries go to the polls.
The Full Monty and Fargo are just two of the shows you won’t want to miss on this streaming service.
The Writers Guild of America won important protections, but it's not enough. When the Screen Actors Guild goes to the table, it should fight for more to keep AI from impinging on the work of artists.
A deep learning model has joined a vigorous debate over whether volcanoes began dinosaur doomsday well before the asteroid hit.
A civil liberties group has asked the DOJ to investigate deployment of the ShotSpotter gunfire-detection system, which research shows is often installed in predominantly Black neighborhoods.
Earlier this year, prominent AI and tech experts signed a letter calling for a halt to advanced AI development. When WIRED checked back in, some signatories said they had never expected it to work.
The latest in the company’s most popular series now requires a Google account to track your health data and to use Google Maps and Google Wallet.
Titanium doesn’t mean a thing. A case might not be a surefire defense against cracks, but it’s smart to add some protection.