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If Government Can Print Money, Why Does It Borrow? | Levy Economics Institute

By Underground | May 9, 2024

Recently, the neglected question of why the US government borrows, given that it can print money, has arisen in the context of discussions surrounding a new documentary, Finding the Money. As L. … Continue reading If Government Can Print Money, Why Does It Borrow? | Levy Economics Institute

Finding the Money – There’s another side to the national debt.

By Underground | May 9, 2024

New documentary that explains how money works and how pretty much everyone today gets it all backwards. Source: Finding the Money – There’s another side to the national debt. Continue reading Finding the Money – There’s another side to the national debt.

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders introduces four-day workweek bill

By Underground | March 15, 2024

Independent lawmaker says it’s time for workers to have a better quality of life with a 32-hour workweek without loss of pay Would be nice and might even be more productive! Source: Vermont senator Bernie Sanders introduces four-day workweek bill | Bernie Sanders | The Guardian Continue reading Vermont senator Bernie Sanders introduces four-day workweek bill

Boeing whistleblower warned he could be killed – then he died

By Underground | March 15, 2024

“If anything happens, it’s not suicide,” said Boeing whistleblower John Barnett before he was found dead in a truck Source: Boeing whistleblower warned he could be killed – then he died Copy Translate Continue reading Boeing whistleblower warned he could be killed – then he died

Missouri law prevents divorce during pregnancy – even in cases of violence | Missouri | The Guardian

By Underground | March 15, 2024

The statute, which can lead to reproductive coercion in a state that has banned abortion, has recently gained nationwide attention Source: Missouri law prevents divorce during pregnancy – even in cases of violence | Missouri | The Guardian Copy Translate Continue reading Missouri law prevents divorce during pregnancy – even in cases of violence | Missouri | The Guardian

TikTok’s Security Threats Go Beyond the Scope of House Legislation

By Underground | March 13, 2024

The risks have less to do with who owns the app than who writes the code and algorithms that make TikTok tick. This isn’t a free speech or free market issue.. it goes way beyond that. Source: TikTok’s Security Threats Go Beyond the Scope of House Legislation – The New York Times Continue reading TikTok’s Security Threats Go Beyond the Scope of House Legislation

Tim Cook Says Apple Will ‘Break New Ground’ in Generative AI – MacRumors

By Underground | February 28, 2024

Cook said that the company will “break new ground” in generative AI in 2024. “We believe it will unlock transformative opportunities for our users,” said Cook. They have billions of users of their phones, they’ve had Siri forever – Apple should be leading the way in AI – and they have all … Continue reading Tim Cook Says Apple Will ‘Break New Ground’ in Generative AI – MacRumors

Florida Suspends Bill to Protect ‘Unborn Child’ After I.V.F. Ruling – The New York Times

By Underground | February 28, 2024

Democrats warned that the proposed legislation, which would allow civil lawsuits over the death of a fetus, would affect fertility treatments. Another example if unintended consequences of blanket decisions. Source: Florida Suspends Bill to Protect ‘Unborn Child’ After I.V.F. Ruling – The New York Times Continue reading Florida Suspends Bill to Protect ‘Unborn Child’ After I.V.F. Ruling – The New York Times

Google chief admits ‘biased’ AI tool’s photo diversity offended users

By Underground | February 28, 2024

Sundar Pichai addresses backlash after Gemini software created images of historical figures in variety of ethnicities and genders The development and implementation of AI is something that needs to be thought through as thoroughly as possible as unintended consequences can occur. Source: Google chief admits ‘biased’ AI tool’s photo diversity offended users … Continue reading Google chief admits ‘biased’ AI tool’s photo diversity offended users

Turn On Your iPhone’s Stolen Device Protection Now to Secure Your Money and Photos in iOS 17.3 Update

By Underground | January 22, 2024

Apple’s new setting can protect your iPhone if it gets stolen along with your passcode. Source: Turn On Your iPhone’s Stolen Device Protection Now to Secure Your Money and Photos in iOS 17.3 Update – WSJ Copy Translate Continue reading Turn On Your iPhone’s Stolen Device Protection Now to Secure Your Money and Photos in iOS 17.3 Update

Elon Musk says AI will remove need for jobs and create ‘universal high income.’ 

By Underground | November 6, 2023

While speaking at the U.K.’s inaugural A.I. Safety Summit last week, serial founder, investor, and CEO Elon Musk predicted that AI would inevitably remove the need for all jobs. “It’s hard to … Continue reading Elon Musk says AI will remove need for jobs and create ‘universal high income.’ 

If you have an iPhone, you MUST enable these settings before your entire life’s history gets stolen from you. 

By Underground | September 23, 2023

Apple has decided to address this issue finally.. soon there will be an option to secure your phone with an upcoming update on the iPhone. More can be learned here. The passcode … Continue reading If you have an iPhone, you MUST enable these settings before your entire life’s history gets stolen from you.