Robots learn a lot about us by watching TV
By WILLIAM J. KOLE
Computers that binge watch a lot of random YouTube videos learn to predict how people will react better than those that don't.
After Orlando, more firms are focused on LGBT issues
By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG
The attack has increased awareness among business owners and managers of the need to provide acceptance and safety for all employees.
High costs keep young Alaskans from going into commercial fishing business
By DAN JOLING
Austin Sollars got his first paid commercial fishing job at 11, baiting hooks on a 74-foot halibut schooner that fished off the Aleutian Islands. Along with his father, he was part of a crew of nine, and he returned home with more than $30,000.
N.Y. mortgage lenders must maintain abandoned homes
By MICHAEL VIRTANEN
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the new law because he said the old rules left hundreds of “zombie properties” across the state.
Illinois takes up Airbnb regulation debate
By SOPHIA TAREEN
Chicago and Airbnb have been battling for months but now cities and towns across the state are joining in.
Fairchild is finalist for new air tankers
Boost in security at Kodiak base
Stocks jump as Brits go to polls
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