In a crackdown that’s meant to improve environmental sustainability, China shuts factories after they fail inspections. Disruption to business follows, writes NPR.
Tech companies are willing to pay between $300,000 and $500,000 per year for a single artificial intelligence specialist, according to the New York Times.
Training underprivileged youth for the future requires more than giving them the technical skills needed for success, writes Wired.
Here’s how a Facebook executive keeps her 400-person team focused, via Fast Company.
Finally, the German language reveals some of the country’s attitudes toward work and time off, writes BBC.
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