A Harvard Medical Student Used OpenAI’s GPT-2 To Submit Comments On Idaho’s Medicaid Draft Proposal; Volunteers Couldn’t Tell Them Apart From Those By Humans (Will Knight/Wired)

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How ACLU And Activist Kade Crockford Convinced Massachusetts Lawmakers To Pass A Police Reform Bill Banning The Use Of Facial Recognition Tech In Criminal Cases (Kashmir Hill/New York Times)


Ripple Says Its Partnership With MoneyGram Has Ended; MoneyGram Suspended Its Use Of Ripple’s Platform In February Amid SEC’s Lawsuit Against Ripple (Michael McSweeney/The Block)


Commsor, Which Gives Companies Insights About Employees Using Data From Tools Like Slack And GitHub, Raises $16M Series A At A Valuation “Well North Of $100M” (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)

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After Citigroup Erroneously Sent $900M To Lenders Using Oracle’s Flexcube, Some Are Calling For Simplified Business Software UX To Match Consumer-Facing Design (Ann-Marie Alcántara/Wall Street Journal)

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At Pwn2Own, Two Dutch Researchers Discovered A Vulnerability In Zoom That Could Allow Hackers To Execute An RCE Attack; Zoom Says It Is Working On A Fix (Pieter Arntz/Malwarebytes Labs)


Cresta, Which Offers A Service That Uses AI To Mentor Customer Service Agents In Real Time, Raises $50M Series B Led By Sequoia Capital (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)

How Platforms Like Spotify And Tools Like Community, Audigent, And Unitea Help Artists Find Their Superfans And Target Them For Monetization Opportunities (Tatiana Cirisano/Billboard)


SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas Argues Social Media Platforms Are “Sufficiently Akin” To Common Carriers And Can Be Regulated “In Much The Same Way” (Issie Lapowsky/Protocol)