There appears to be a new painting by the Italian Renaissance great Raphael, and we have an unusual source to thank: facial recognition technology. Based on the close similarities of the face of the Madonna in the previously unattributed de Brécy Tondo and Raphael’s Sistine Madonna, a research team from …Read More »
‘It is an employer’s market’: Tech layoffs may have turned the Great Resignation into the Great Recommitment
The flood of Big tech layoffs has again upended the dynamic between employers and employees, workers and executives say, leading to prolonged job searches and widespread fear and anxiety among many in the industry. “It is an employer’s market after years of employees having the benefit of working from home …Read More »
‘We don’t want to work for jerks’: The impact of bad bosses, toxic workplaces and gaslighting on your mental health and here’s how you can consolidate credit card debt can help you pay it off faster.
Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Two-thirds of Americans expect the housing market to crash in the next 3 years, according to one survey Most adults said they feel that the housing market is headed off a cliff, but unemployment remains low and house prices are rising, albeit at …Read More »
California Democrat Ted Lieu is pushing for a federal agency to oversee artificial intelligence before it ensnares and deceives humanity. In a New York Times op-ed published Monday, Rep. Lieu argues that AI presents both the best and worst technology has to offer, and that its impact on society will …Read More »
Walmart Inc. WMT 0.41% said it is raising wages for its U.S. hourly workers as the retailer continues to fight to attract staff in a tight labor market for front-line workers. Starting next month, Walmart’s U.S. workers in stores and warehouses will earn a starting wage of at least $14 …Read More »