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Looking to the Climate Future #129

Editor: Christopher Brennan
The past weeks have seen disastrous weather events, from scorching heat waves in the U.S. and Canada to flooding in Europe, linked to the effects of climate change. For a subject that touches every person on Earth, our algorithm can help identify stories of struggle from around the world as well as efforts by some in power to try to move society away from carbon emissions. There’s a lot to take in, and these stories highlighted by our model add something to the conversation.

What Planet Are You On? #109

Editor: Christopher Brennan
When I pick the topic for the Deepnews Digest each week I like to pick subjects that are global, so that we can show off our algorithm’s ability to pick out gems from all sorts of different outlets you may not be reading on the regular. This week looks not just at our globe, but what’s beyond it, covering all things space exploration. While you may have seen the headlines from your own respective country on NASA’s Perseverance rover or the ESA, our tech helps uncover stories you might have missed from New Orleans to New Delhi.

Let’s Play Monopoly?

Editor: Christopher Brennan
The U.S. Justice Department is bringing its most significant challenge to tech in decades, with an antitrust suit filed Tuesday against Google. While this move will get a lot of attention, the discussion around whether tech giants such as Facebook and Amazon have monopolies has been heating up for weeks and months. To bring together some recent in-depth pieces for you to check out, we set our algorithm to look for quality articles on competition, antitrust and regulating Big Tech.