Can they do that? AP says it has started using “automation technology” or robots to write quarterly earnings summaries for about 4,400 companies. Normally, AP reports on earnings reports from about 300 companies.
Malysian and Indonesian rainforests are paying the price for the high demand for palm oil. To get a closer look at the problem, conservationists and palm oil industry group Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil came together to create a map that shows more clearly the palm oil supply chain.
Iraq has lifted a 17-day ban on social media meant to disrupt the communications of ISIL armed militants. But some websites are still shuttered.
Following the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s call for help, a group of Ukrainians launched a website to fund the construction of 10 drones to help patrol the border with Russia.
Despite users’ anger over Facebook’s News Feeds “creepy” experiment, which was intended to gauge their emotions, law experts say the company probably did not violate privacy laws.
You might not like the result, but Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, is making some predictions about the World Cup. Cortana predicts the United States will not advance further. One Microsoft executive says Coratana has been right every time. We’ll see.