Following the rise in mass shootings, schools, hospitals and other public places are installing tech to monitor people. Part of this effort includes using algorithm-equipped microphones to capture audio, with the goal of detecting stress or anger before bad things happen. The problem? They aren’t reliable and their mere existence is a massive invasion of privacy.
So-called deepfakes are all over the internet. And it seems like new manipulated videos of public figures arise every week. The Washington Post complied a quick tutorial so you can avoid being duped.
A trip to an Australian mansion that’s being powered by Tesla solar panels and Powerwall batteries reveals the boring, yet compelling, future of renewable energy.