Opinion | The Man Who Made Online College Work

Covid has pummeled universities, robbing them of a mode of teaching in use for centuries. Almost every class at almost

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Opinion | America Wakes Up to the China Threat

In last week’s column, I made the case that China’s investments in technology posed a challenge to American leadership, and

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Opinion | The Promise and Peril of Facial Recognition

Federal, state and local law-enforcement agencies are using facial-recognition technology to identify the members of the mob that assaulted the

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Opinion | Software Ate the World, and Soon It Will Write Itself

‘Software is eating the world,” tech investor Marc Andreessenobserved in these pages in 2011. Now software is writing itself. Mr.

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