OPINION: On Dad, the planet, and the year…

[ad_1] My 2019 started with the passing of my father Jan. 3 and although he no longer walks this planet, he is ever-present in my thoughts. Dad had an inquisitive mind and wanted to deliberate…

Opinion | Where Will Sundar Pichai Take Google?…

[ad_1] There were louder executives at Google. There were brainier ones. There were more aggressive ones and those who were doubtlessly better at throwing a sharp elbow, too. And many more political ones — even…

Retiring Capitalism | Opinion | The Harvard Crimson…

[ad_1] Between 1830 and 1930 the average U.S. full-time workweek declined from 69 hours to 47 hours per week. Far from decreasing economic production, this trend was accompanied by substantial increases in standards of living.…

City manager’s memo: Cutting power was a Third…

[ad_1] The city of Tehachapi received electrical power in 1915 when the municipal lighting system went into place. That was sooner than many neighbors due to our proximity to the Monolith Cement Plant, which was…

Opinion | Pierre Delecto, QAnon and the Paradox…

[ad_1] From the Archives: Anonymity in The Times 1901-2011This week, I thought I’d add a few Times pieces that have grappled with the subject of anonymity throughout the years. The first is a Sunday Review…

China's tech rise poses security and human rights dilemma for Australian universities

China's tech rise poses security and human rights…

[ad_1] ... such as artificial intelligence, big data and quantum computing. ... the Australia-China Research Innovation Centre in Information and Electronics ... . [ad_2] This is a syndicated post. Read the original post at Source link…