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Plus: Facebook is bombarding cancer patients with ads for unproven treatments, More Hedge Funds Are Betting Against Tether as Crypto Melts Down, and more…

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'An Invisible Cage': How China Is Policing the Future. Vast surveillance data allows the state to target people whose behavior or characteristics are deemed suspicious by an algorithm, even if they’ve done nothing wrong. (Paul Mozur / The New York Times)


Facebook is bombarding cancer patients with ads for unproven treatments. Clinics offering debunked cancer treatments are still allowed to advertise, despite the company’s stated efforts to control medical misinformation. (Abby Ohlheiser / MIT Technology Review)


More Hedge Funds Are Betting Against Tether as Crypto Melts Down. Short sellers have been ramping up their bets against tether, the world's largest stablecoin, amid a broad market selloff that has called into doubt the financial health of some crypto companies. In the past month, more traditional hedge funds have… (Vicky Ge Huang / Wall Street Journal)


Apple's mixed reality headset will reportedly come with an M2 chip. Apple's mixed reality headset has been shrouded in rumors for months now, and a new report from Bloomberg 's Mark Gurman indicates that it could come with Apple's flagship M2 processor. According to Gurman, Apple's most recent version of the… (Emma Roth / The Verge)


One Day, AI Will Seem as Human as Anyone. What Then?. Shortly after I learned about Eliza, the program that asks people questions like a Rogerian psychoanalyst, I learned that I could run it in my favorite text editor, Emacs. Eliza truly is a simple program, with hard-coded text and flow control… (Joanna J. Bryson / WIRED)


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