Wednesday Notes: AI x Jobs, Sports roundup, Joe Holder on Silence, Netflix password sharing crackdown
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A.I.’s Threat to Jobs Prompts Question of Who Protects Workers
Tens of millions of jobs could be automated by generative artificial intelligence. The makers of new technologies are looking to the government to step in.
Almost 200,000 Job Cuts in Tech Pushes New Grads to Wall Street
More young workers are reconsidering finance jobs with prominent companies culling workers and cutting pay for new hires.
Sports Roundup: Celtics Avoid Sweep, Vinicius, Roger Goodell extension, Possible changes coming to NFL Commissioner role, NIL Regulator
Retailers Clamp Down on Returns
Merchants shorten return windows, increase mail fees, and offer discounts to discourage returns.
Netflix password-sharing crackdown rolls out in the U.S.
In an email to members, the streamer said: “Your Netflix account is for you and the people you live with — your household.” Members can transfer a profile of someone outside of their household so that the person can begin a membership they pay for on their own. Or they can pay an extra fee — $7.99 a month — per person.
Joe Holder Spent Four Days In Absolute Silence, and So Should You
GQ wellness columnist Joe Holder says you don’t need an exotic location to do a silent retreat—just a genuine commitment to slowing down and blocking out the noise.
Joe Freshgoods x No Free Coffee Online Drop
Kith Classics for adidas Originals Summer 2023
Kith Classics reprises its partnership with adidas Originals to reintroduce timeless silhouettes for the season—the Samba, Superstar, and Campus 80s.
Black kids face racism before they even start school. It’s driving a major mental health crisis.
The drivers of the mental health crisis for Black children begin early and persist through a lifetime. Black children’s first encounters with racism can start before they are even in school, and Black teenagers report experiencing an average of five instances of racial discrimination per day. Young Black students are often perceived as less innocent and older than their age, leading to disproportionately harsher discipline in schools.
In Philadelphia, Photographer Judith Joy Ross Helps a Nation See Itself
An engaging retrospective of Ross’s work—spanning portraits of congresspeople, Vietnam vets, and Pennsylvania teenagers—is on view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art through August 6.
Meta Agrees to Sell Giphy on Regulator's Order
Shutterstock said it agreed to buy Giphy for $53 million in net cash, giving it a mobile content platform with 1.7 billion daily users.