Archaeologists: Roman soldiers used this built-in fridge to keep their wine cool
Archaeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old structure used to store wine and perishable foods in northern Bulgaria. The structure has an additional cooling element in the form of a lead pipe connected to a system of aqueducts. The discovery will help researchers understand the daily lives and diets of Roman soldiers at the fortress of Novae.
FBI Agents Are Using Face Recognition Without Proper Training
Only 5% of FBI agents with access to face recognition technology have taken the bureau's training course. The FBI has no policy in place to protect privacy, civil rights, or civil liberties in regards to face recognition use.
For Amazon's Andy Jassy, a Cleanup Job Just Got a Lot Bigger
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is facing challenges as he cleans up after the aggressive pandemic expansion under Jeff Bezos. Jassy must navigate Wall Street investors and regulatory distrust while trying to maintain the company's success.