Cybersecurity researcher Stephen Cobb gives Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal a tour of the dark web and shows us how stolen information is sold. Then, government employees are feeling a lot of stress after 20 days of the partial government shutdown. Click on the player above to hear their journey or scroll through the photos below to meet the voices from their reporting. Then: Amazon is trying to move into new markets like India. The storyteller and the audience embark on a high-wire act of shared experience which is both terrifying and exhilarating.
But first, we look at the race with China to make better artificial intelligence. Hosted by Kai Ryssdal since 2005, the show is produced and distributed by American Public Media, in association with the University of Southern California. Plus, about that 10-Year Challenge. He has the perfect mix of smarts, quick wit and charisma that really makes the avid news fan want to stop and pay attention. According to the story, social media is having a big impact on how people are giving to charities. On today's show, we'll explain how it works — it's kind of like a kitchen sink.
The farm workers got better work in factories and American standards of living went up. One is relative cost, meaning how much the boss has to pay a human versus a machine to get the work done. Plus: How streaming music is changing life for artists in Mexico. Plus: Why are airline tickets priced like that anyway? We'll spend some time on today's show looking at how the effects of the shutdown could snowball over the coming days. Hosts Ki Sung and Katrina Schwartz introduce listeners to educators, researchers, parents and students who are developing effective ways to improve how kids learn. We take a closer look at industry news out today.
This isn't a radio version of a magazine, but something all its own, reflecting the rich possibilities of audio storytelling and conversation. Plus, after living through the government shutdown, discouraged federal workers might be seeking out other employment opportunities. But first, we look at the race with China to make better artificial intelligence. Computers are starting to read medical images just as well as radiologists. Archived from on 1 June 2016. Plus, more key moments in Trumponomics.
If demand had stayed flat however, the ranks of bank tellers would have declined. But overall, more tellers were hired to serve more customers at more locations. Then: the lingering debt of federal workers who borrowed to get by in the shutdown. We start today's show talking with Rep. Since September 2014, Marketplace Morning Report has been incorporated into Morning Edition as a segment in the latter program's second hour. You're not alone, but some businesses want to change that.
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Census Bureau is still closed, leaving businesses and investors without valuable economic data. Also: what exactly it takes to be a park ranger. Case in point: Thousands of workers still don't have back pay. Plus, what happens in the long term when technological advancement goes from incremental to radical,? We cannot track submissions or offer any status updates. Our motto: It's not important to know the answers, it's important to like the answers! We'll talk about what that does and doesn't tell us about the economy and recap a very volatile week for markets. They put out this morning's jobs report, and it's better than anyone expected: 312,000 new jobs. Plus: cross-border commerce in the Trump era and the race to make the perfect fake meat.
Twitter: Marketplace Clean The government could shut down again next week and some workers still don't have back pay The government reopened two weeks ago, which means, yes, we're just one week from another potential shutdown. We'll spend some time on today's show looking at how the effects of the shutdown could snowball over the coming days. Plus: cross-border commerce in the Trump era and the race to make the perfect fake meat. And is Brexit still happening? You don't have to know anything about cars to love this one hour weekly laugh fest. We'll talk about why a growing number of hotels are trying to persuade vacationers to take a break from their smartphones. Even if a robot can feasibly do a task, it still has to make economic sense to install and use it.
We'll talk to some today, plus what government data we've been missing during the standoff. Plus: How streaming music is changing life for artists in Mexico. Plus: partially autonomous car features have the potential to save lives, but using them improperly could cause more accidents. Description Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. Plus: The high-stress work of food delivery in Shanghai.