Christopher Mims

Christopher Mims

Technology columnist, The Wall Street Journal

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2020欧洲杯APPChristopher Mims writes Keywords, a weekly column on technology. Before joining the Journal in 2014, he was the lead technology reporter for Quartz and has written on science and tech for publications ranging from Technology Review, Smithsonian, Wired, the Atlantic, Slate and other publications. Mims, who has degree in neuroscience and behavioral biology from Emory University, lives in Baltimore.

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Coronavirus and the era of stay-at-home binge-watching is accelerating the entertainment industry’s reliance on analytics and data to target its productions to the increasingly fractured tastes of a nation.

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The number of people buying their first iPhone is declining. Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference this coming week will showcase how the technology giant is diversifying so that it no longer has to rely so heavily on its signature product.

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Technologies new and old will soon be appearing in offices, airports, schools, restaurants, retail spaces and sports arenas to arrest the spread of Covid-19 and prevent future pandemics.

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The coronavirus is helping to erode the hype around artificial intelligence; data scientists get the axe and some “old-fashioned” solutions work better.

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Homebound consumers are flocking to the site for scones, biscuits, muffins, breads, doughnuts and...alkaline tahini spelt cookies. Homebound chefs are eager to satisfy this newfound hunger for baked goods.

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