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At the same time, it’s a reminder that the potential, eventual merging of humans with computers is destined to introduce a wide range of ethical and social questions that we should probably start thinking about now.
ELON MUSK IS ONE STEP CLOSER TO CONNECTING A COMPUTER TO YOUR BRAINREBECCA HEILWEILAUGUST 28, 2020VOX
Nevertheless, the gap between the Election Day and mail vote could be huge this year, which should serve as a stark reminder not to overreact to election-night returns.
BIDEN’S VOTERS APPEAR FAR MORE LIKELY TO VOTE BY MAIL THAN TRUMP’S. THAT COULD MAKE FOR A WEIRD ELECTION NIGHT.NATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 28, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
If restaurant reopenings could be interpreted as a glimmer of hope that maybe — just maybe — the worst of the pandemic had passed, these reclosings are a reminder that the virus is anything but gone.
WHERE RESTAURANTS AND BARS ARE CLOSING AGAIN ACROSS THE U.S.ELAZAR SONTAGAUGUST 27, 2020EATER
The biggest take-away of this rally is more a reminder than a lesson.
GLOBAL STOCKS CONTINUE TO CLIMB AFTER INVESTORS PUSHED THE S&P 500 INTO A NEW BULL MARKETBERNHARD WARNERAUGUST 19, 2020FORTUNE
Twitter’s major hacking incident last week should serve as a stark reminder for businesses to perform critical health checks of their social media accounts and the people who have access to them, according to social media and security experts.
TWITTER HACK JOLTS COMPANIES INTO A SOCIAL MEDIA SECURITY CHECKLARA O'REILLYJULY 17, 2020DIGIDAY
Most of your followers won’t remember your older posts, and they could always use a reminder, especially during a crisis.
FOUR STRATEGIES TO MAINTAIN YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACTIVITY DURING A CRISISROMAN DANEGHYANJUNE 30, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
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