At The King’s College commencement, Hawley called out Wall Street and Silicon Valley for placing themselves above other Americans.
Thanks to federal mandates, physicians now spend more time staring at computer screens than connecting with patients. They find the drudgery soul-crushing.
Tech innovators seeking to contribute in the new spheres need regulatory clarity and protection from outdated agency rules.
Author Cal Newport joins the Federalist Radio Hour to explain how we can use technology to our advantage, without letting it overwhelm us.
Justin Danhof, an Apple shareholder, is trying to lobby the company to understand the value of having an ideologically diverse board. They’re resisting.
Ballots are too easily misplaced or forgotten, especially ballots sent by mail. There’s a solution that can ensure every vote is counted: blockchain technology.
Author Franklin Foer joins Ben Domenech on Federalist Radio to discuss why letting big tech companies control our knowledge is an existential threat.
Elizabeth Dwoskin, Silicon Valley Correspondent, joins Federalist Radio to discuss Alex Jones, Twitter, and how Congress might try to regulate big tech companies.
The Smithsonian’s Second Opinion digital platform tackles the state of the arts in America, featuring The Federalist’s very own David Marcus.
Deep fakes pose significant threats. But these threats shouldn’t have the final word on the future of deep fake technology.
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