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Humans are error-prone and biased, but that doesn’t mean that algorithms are necessarily better. Still, the tech is already making important decisions about your life and potentially ruling over which political advertisements you see, how your application to your dream job is screened, how police officers are deployed in your neighborhood, and even predicting your […]

Digital transformation is hugely important and extremely difficult. No matter what form an organisation’s transformation takes, it’s bound to introduce new and unanticipated challenges and costs even as it leads to positive long-term outcomes. While increased challenges and costs are a normal part of digital transformation, they can trigger C-suite leaders to recalibrate their thinking […]

Anthony Head has confirmed he would be on board for a Buffy the Vampire Slayer remake if the opportunity were to arise. The actor played high school librarian Rupert Giles in the series, which ran from 1997 to 2003. News of a reboot being in the works was announced in 2018, but has yet to see any […]

Tom Holland has said he will be taking a break from Instagram to focus on himself away from social media. The Spider-Man actor told E! News, “I don’t have Instagram right now, I just had to get away from it and take a break. “It was taking over my life, and I was becoming obsessed by it,” […]

Jim Carrey has spoken about the initial backlash against the Sonic character design, dubbing it a good thing. When the first trailer for the now-released live-action film was released fans were quick to criticise details of Sonic’s appearance, including the size of his eyes and prominence of his teeth. The actor plays the film’s antagonist Dr […]

Actress and activist Rose McGowan, whose revelations about Harvey Weinstein sparked the #MeToo movement, has expressed regret over her past comments on Natalie Portman’s Oscars dress. The garment, which had the names of several snubbed female filmmakers embroidered onto the fabric, was intended to highlight the lack of women nominated in certain categories, including Best […]

Martin Scorsese has been the subject of a Twitter-wide frenzy following a viral tweet summarising his films. The tweet, by MSNBC producer Andrew Paul Joyce, claims to describe “80% of Scorsese movies” with mentions of familiar doo-wop music, nostalgic voiceovers and other gangster movie tropes. 80% of Scorsese movies *doo wop music plays* shoo bob […]

Leigh Whannell has given John Carpenter fans an update on his upcoming remake of Escape from New York. The Saw writer announced initial plans last year to write the reboot, after confirming his gig as writer-director of The Invisible Man (in cinemas 28 February), and has now shared further news with “It’s funny, I’ve been so busy […]

SpaceX has a new partner in its quest to conquer private spaceflight. A company called Space Adventures will help SpaceX launch anyone who can afford it into space as soon as late 2021 or mid-2022. The Space Adventures missions will consist of up to five days free-orbiting in space; passengers will have to complete a […]

Samsung now has two folding phones in its armoury, the original Galaxy Fold and the newer Galaxy Z Flip. It’s the start of a Galaxy Z family, with rumours that the Galaxy Fold will get updated later in 2020.  But if you’re looking at folding phones with interest, the immediate question might very well be […]