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Artificial intelligence thinks your face is full of data. Could it actually unmask you?
Why humans, and by extension our machines, are so determined to “read” people.
These automated drones know when the supermarket is out of beer
This Pensa Systems UAV can check stock at the local grocery store
Last Year in Tech 2018: Smartphone notches, data breaches, and sad CEOs
A look back at 2018's big tech stories.
Stop shouting at your smart home so much and set up multi-step routines
This week, Google pushed out its multi-step smart home actions you can start with a simple voice command.
Last week in tech: Tumblr got boring, Apple captured your heart, and everyone watched the Avengers trailer
Tumblr's AI is on the search for nipples.
Google’s Night Sight photo mode is great—here’s how to fake it with your smartphone
Google's Pixel phones take impressive photos in the dark. Here are some editing tips to match it.
Google Maps data could help you avoid Thanksgiving crowds on the road—and at the liquor store
Go get the cake before you get that bottle of wine.
Delivering groceries with self-driving cars may be even trickier than transporting people
Delivering cooked soup is easy, but it turns out delivering the ingredients to make it is hard.
Last week in tech: A $435,000 AI portrait, the good Twitter bots, and how a house survives a hurricane
Plus, we talk about the new iPhone XR as the default iPhone on our podcast.
Three artificial intelligence and tech tools trying to boost people’s mental health
Apps and software that aim to help you feel better.