Author: Nellie Bowles

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When investigative journalist Julia Angwin worked for ProPublica, the nonprofit news organization became known as "Big Tech's scariest watchdog." By partnering with programmers and data... [Read More]
When investigative journalist Julia Angwin worked for ProPublica, the nonprofit news organization became known as "big tech's scariest watchdog." [Read More]
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The Markup, dedicated to investigating technology and its effect on society, will be led by two former ProPublica journalists. Craig Newmark gave $20 million to... [Read More]
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One recent afternoon, San Francisco's newest grocery market was trying to figure out whether I would buy, steal or leave behind a bag of white... [Read More]
A receipt popped up on the phone of a 32-year-old finance worker as he left the San Francisco prototype store, saying he bought noodles plus... [Read More]
The technology at San Francisco's Standard Market documents shoppers' movements, speed and gaze, in hopes of identifying what they're buying or trying to steal. [Read More]
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A start-up uses visual tracking and behavioral data to operate a new San Francisco market, which lets shoppers walk out unimpeded. And sometimes mischarged. [Read More]
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New York Times reporter Nellie Bowles checks out Standard Market, which uses a cashier-free technology developed by start-up Standard Cognition... [Read More]
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Her father was one of the world's greatest — and richest — innovators but life for Lisa Brennan-Jobs has not always been easy, as her... [Read More]
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A remark by the F.D.A.'s chief about almonds and lactation has set off a seemingly existential debate about what milk is. [Read More]
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Friday: A coastal access case being considered by the Supreme Court, the Justice Department weighs in on affirmative action, and college football makes its return. [Read More]
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It sounds simple. For nearly a decade, the venture capitalist Vinod Khosla has been fighting in court to keep the public off a piece of... [Read More]
Lisa Brennan-Jobs wants readers to know this: Steve Jobs rejected his daughter for years, but that daughter has absolved him. [Read More]
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Friday: Diving into Lisa Brennan-Jobs's memoir about her famous father, Duncan Hunter pleads not guilty, and surfing the Wedge on an air mattress. [Read More]
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Lisa Brennan-Jobs has written a memoir about her famous father. The details are damning, but she doesn't want them to be. [Read More]
Thursday: A proposed ordinance stirs longstanding tensions, debate over liability laws for wildfire property damage, and California Surfing Day becomes official. [Read More]
A proposed ordinance would ban employee cafeterias in new construction, encouraging tech workers to leave the office to buy their meals. [Read More]
A proposed ordinance would ban employee cafeterias in new construction, encouraging tech workers to leave the office to buy their meals. [Read More]
Everything is a co-working space now — including upscale restaurants before they open for dinner. The start-up driving the trend is Spacious. [Read More]
Internet-connected home devices that are marketed as the newest conveniences are also being used to harass, monitor and control. [Read More]
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