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At the end of last November, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Carpenter v. United States on whether the Fourth Amendment permits the warrantless seizure and search of cellphone records that contain the location and movements of a user over a 127-day period. In anticipation of this hearing, the Georgetown Law Technology Review explained […]

In October 2015, AlphaGO, an artificial intelligence (AI) programmed by Google’s Deep Mind, shocked the world by handily beating human-master Lee Sedol in a five-match series in the ancient game of Go—a game far more complex than chess. Since then, AlphaGo and its sibling, AlphaGo Zero, have dominated all challengers, proving that games like Go […]

For decades, web-based companies have had free rein to track their users’ activity online and sell the information they gather to third parties. That era may be ending soon. Apple and Google recently announced plans to incorporate new privacy software into their web browsers, which will severely limit the data web-based companies will be able […]