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Elon Musk-backed Group Hopes to Keep Us Safe from AI
A group backed by billionaire Elon Musk is awarding $7 million in grants to projects aimed at keeping artificial intelligence safe and "beneficial."


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White House Just Made Big Change to Tours
For the first time in 40 years, visitors to the White House can take pictures and post to social media during public tours of "the nation's house."


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Google Self-Driving Cars Got Into Two Accidents in June
Google says its self-driving cars were involved in two minor accidents in June, and both were the other driver's fault.


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Handy Scientific Tool Could Fit Inside Your Smartphone
Scientists have found a way to analyze light quickly and with great precision with a camera no larger than the one in your smartphone.


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More People Reach for Phones Than Partners in Morning
In the morning, Americans wake up and reach across the bed to hold ... their smartphones.


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Jim Carrey Brands Governor 'Fascist' Over Vaccine Law
Jim Carrey called California Gov. Jerry Brown a "corporate fascist" after the governor signed a strict new vaccination bill into law.


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Chinese Law Reinforces Government Control of Cyberspace
China's legislature passed sweeping legislation on Wednesday that reinforces government controls over cyberspace.


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What It Was Like Before ATMs and Online Banking
A 1977 "Nightly News" report documents the beginning of ATMs and transferring money electronically


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NSA Can Resume Collecting Your Phone Data Records
The National Security Agency may have been ordered out of the phone records business, but a secret court has said it can go ahead anyway.


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Putting a Face to DNA: How New Tech Gives Hope in Cold Cases
The technology generates an image using only DNA left at crime scenes, giving police a new tool in cases like the disappearance of an 8-year-old girl.


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Zuckerberg to 'The Terminator': The Machines Won't Win
Mark Zuckerberg held an impromptu Q&A on Facebook Tuesday afternoon, and everyone from Stephen Hawking to Arnold Schwarzenegger joined the fun.


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Olympus Camera Swaps Lenses, Uses Phone for Its Screen
The new Olympus Air A01 is a wireless lens camera that you can control with your smartphone.


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Apple Music Launches, Now With Taylor Swift!
Apple Music officially launched on Tuesday, offering users unlimited music streaming for $9.99 per month.


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Court Agrees Apple Violated Antitrust Law in E-Book Entry
A federal appeals court in New York says Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices in 2010.


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'Fifty Shades' Author Endures Painful Twitter Q&A
Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James endured some pain of her own when Twitter users took advantage of a Q&A to make fun of her erotic fiction.


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