Technology

IDNYC raises concerns over increased surveillance of undocumented New Yorkers.
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An amazon HQ2 protest outside Gracie Mansion in December
Julie Samuels, executive director of Tech:NYC, weighs in.
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A Charter Spectrum van parked on the streets of Manhattan.
The company is trying to avoid a forced exit from New York.
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The candidates for the New York City public advocate debate.
Animosity towards Amazon doesn't mean the candidates are hostile to tech.
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State Sen. Michael Gianaris calls on supporters to remove the Amazon app from their phones as he address a coalition rally in November.
One of the few public officials who have taken up arms in the fight has been given a seat on the Public Authorities Control Board.
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The view from the back seat of a Lyft going from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
Beyond the extra hassle of litigation, it has created an image problem for Lyft and Juno.
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New Yorkers walk past an advertisement for Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2014.
The establishment of a new task force suggests that the state is ready to expand its embrace of crypto.
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Protesters hold up signs at the second New York City Council hearing on Amazon's planned headquarters in Queens.
“30 jobs, are you f---ing kidding me?”
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Facebook and whatsapp apps
With little oversight, horizontal mergers have hindered free market competition
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facial recognition technology
These findings are only the latest to suggest that artificial intelligence and machine learning are subject to the same biases that humans are.
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