Google now lets you whistle or hum to search, which sounds crazy I know, or crazy cool. Are we due for one more Apple event this year? The FCC wants to kill section 230 but actually can’t. Could you do machine learning with practically no data to learn off of? And of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.
Links: Google’s new ‘hum to search’ feature can figure out the song that’s stuck in your head (The Verge) Apple might hold another event on November 17 to introduce first Apple Silicon Mac (9to5Mac) Trump Foes Fume Over FCC’s Efforts to Rein In Twitter (Bloomberg) A radical new technique lets AI learn with practically no data (MIT Technology Review)
Weekend Longreads Suggestions: Lidar used to cost $75,000—here’s how Apple brought it to the iPhone (Ars Technica) Car design is about to change forever. This video encapsulates how (Fast Company) Clear Conquered U.S. Airports. Now It Wants to Own Your Entire Digital Identity. (OneZero) THE CONTEST TO PROTECT ALMOST EVERYTHING ON THE INTERNET (WSJ) Cory Doctorow’s Writing Radicalized Young Hackers. Now He Wants to Redeem Them (Wired)