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You Can’t Spell Creative Without A.I.

This article is part of our latest Artificial Intelligence special report, which focuses on how the technology continues to evolve and affect our lives. Steve Jobs once described personal computing as a “bicycle for the mind.” His idea that computers

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See for Yourself: How Airplanes Are Cleaned Today

Move over, on-time performance. The new key standard for airlines and passengers is: “How clean is it?” The airlines are busily fine-tuning their cleaning procedures — where they clean, how frequently and

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Distilleries Raced to Make Hand Sanitizer for the Pandemic. No Longer.

As the coronavirus pandemic shuttered bars and restaurants in March, Phil McDaniel’s craft distillery in St. Augustine, Fla., stopped producing bourbon. Then he realized there was one alcohol-based product he could make

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‘Hey, You Free on Friday for a Meeting and a Bank Heist?’

The ask-nice approach had not worked. Lewis Smithingham, an advertising executive in Brooklyn, was trying to land a virtual meeting with an analyst at an investment management firm, who he hoped would

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The Economy Is in Record Decline, but Not for the Tech Giants

A day after lawmakers grilled the chief executives of the biggest tech companies about their size and power, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and Facebook reported surprisingly healthy quarterly financial results, defying one of

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Universal’s Theatrical Releases Will Quickly Be Available in Homes

At the time, Adam Aron, AMC’s chief executive, called Universal’s on-demand plans “categorically unacceptable” and said AMC would boycott Universal and any other studio “contemplating a whole change to the status quo.”

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