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Amazon's AI-powered cameras punish its delivery drivers when they look at side mirrors or when other cars cut them off, report says

Amazon's AI-powered cameras punish its delivery drivers when they look at side mirrors or when other cars cut them off, report says

Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.10 Things in Tech: Get the latest tech trends & innovationsSomething is loading.Amazon drivers say they are being punished for some driving habits that are considered safe and others that are beyond their control, Motherboard reported. Drivers that the AI-powered cameras in Amazon's delivery vans unfairly penalized them for things such as looking at side mirrors, adjusting the radio, and even getting cut off in traffic by someone else. "It's upsetting, when I didn't do...

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A senior Google executive who reportedly opposed employees working remotely has caused an internal stir by moving to New Zealand to work remotely himself

A senior Google executive who reportedly opposed employees working remotely has caused an internal stir by moving to New Zealand to work remotely himself

Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.NewsletterSign up for the 10 Things in Tech newsletter for the latest trends & developments in tech.Something is loading.A senior Google executive has caused uproar at the company after reportedly moving to New Zealand to work remotely despite opposing remote work for the company's lower-ranking employees. Urs Hölzle, Google's senior vice president for technical infrastructure, told staff on June 29 that he's headed to New Zealand for a year to work remotely, according to reporting...

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Joshua Jaynes: Second Louisville police officer involved in Breonna Taylor investigation will be fired

Joshua Jaynes: Second Louisville police officer involved in Breonna Taylor investigation will be fired

By and LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A second officer in the Breonna Taylor case is expected to be fired from the Louisville Metro Police Department, WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters have learned. Det. Joshua Jaynes learned of the department’s intention to terminate him Tuesday evening when he was served with a notice, sources confirmed. “Please be advised of my present intention to terminate your employment,” LMPD Interim Chief Yvette Gentry began her two-page letter to Jaynes on Tuesday. Gentry also wrote that Jaynes will have a chance to defend himself at a pre-termination hearing with her...

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