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Spot, the four-legged robo-canine built by Boston Dynamics, appears alongside trainee soldiers during drills carried out by a French military school, but the US firm says it had not been notified in advance about its use.
Five professors at the University of Arizona have launched a virtual reality project to show what it's like to experience anti-black racism, providing yet another tool to help push academia's social narratives.
US Representative Tom Emmer (R-Minnesota) inadvertently appeared with his head upside down and his body missing as he participated virtually in a House committee meeting, providing the polarized Congress a rare moment of levity.
A Republican fundraiser has made an ill-timed plea for help in fighting social-media censorship, tweeting in distress just minutes after the GOP-led Senate voted to override President Donald Trump's bid to hit back at Big Tech.
Just months after getting woke on hate speech, Sony has updated its PlayStation system to record players' game-chat conversations and enable users to snitch on each other for saying things that violate the firm's code of conduct.
Universal Health Services, one of the largest US for-profit hospital operators, was hit by a massive cyberattack over the weekend, reportedly forcing staff at some of its facilities to record patient data with “pen and paper.”