Note: i know some of these weren’t officially released in the U.S… but also, let’s be real, if they were released they would probably flop anyway because we have bad taste. View Entire Post ›
Since its launch several years ago, the deal-finding browser add-on Honey has grown its install base to 4.4 million users on Chrome, in addition to its smaller presence on Firefox and Safari. Initially conceived as an easier way to find savings by tracking sales and retailers’ promo codes, the company is now expanding its selection […]
Facebook is expanding one of its newer features designed to help mobile users find accessible Wi-Fi networks. The company had begun testing a “Find Wi-Fi” option last year on mobile, which highlighted free, public Wi-Fi networks nearby. At the time, the option was only available on iOS in select countries, as something of a test. […]
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab has devised a way to look inside neural networks and shed some light on how they’re actually making decisions. The new process is a fully automated version of the system the research team behind it presented two years ago, which employed human reviewers to achieve the same ends. […]
A decade ago, most electronic health care records collected just one piece of gender-related data: sex. Here’s how that changed.
It took a year and a half for Paul Hunt to cook up Unicode’s first gender-inclusive emoji—but now your keyboard is a little less binary.