Cade Metz, The New York Times

Cade Metz

The New York Times

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Cade:

What Riding in a Self-Driving Tesla Tells Us About the Future of Autonomy

We took a ride with Tesla’s experimental self-driving system. It was by turns intriguing, impressive and scary. → Read More

Can Tesla Data Help Us Understand Car Crashes?

Data and video recorded by Tesla and other automakers to hone driver-assistance systems can also be an investigative tool for regulators and lawyers. → Read More

Self-Driving and Driver-Assist Technology Linked to Hundreds of Crashes, U.S. Data Shows

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released data on 10 months of crashes involving systems like Tesla’s Autopilot. A handful of accidents turned deadly. → Read More

Intel Will Take Mobileye Public in 2022

The chip maker’s Israeli subsidiary builds driver-assistance technology for major automakers and is now testing self-driving cars. → Read More

Jay Last, One of the Rebels Who Founded Silicon Valley, Dies at 92

He and seven others left the Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory to create their own silicon company, Fairchild Semiconductor, which is now seen as ground zero for the West Coast tech industry. → Read More

Chuck Geschke, Father of Desktop Publishing, Dies at 81

If you sent a PDF on your computer today, thank him. In 1980, he and a colleague created a way of sending digital documents to a printer, starting a company, Adobe. → Read More

Microsoft to Buy Nuance for $16 Billion to Focus on Health Care Tech

By acquiring a provider of artificial-intelligence software, the tech giant is hoping to bolster its offerings for the fast-growing field of medical computing. → Read More

Turing Award Goes to Creators of Computer Programming Building Blocks

Jeffrey Ullman and Alfred Aho developed many of the fundamental concepts that researchers use when they build new software. → Read More

Who Is Making Sure the A.I. Machines Aren’t Racist?

When Google forced out two well-known artificial intelligence experts, a long-simmering research controversy burst into the open. → Read More

Google Researcher Says She Was Fired Over Paper Highlighting Bias in A.I.

Timnit Gebru, one of the few Black women in her field, had voiced exasperation over the company’s response to efforts to increase minority hiring. → Read More

London A.I. Lab Claims Breakthrough That Could Accelerate Drug Discovery

Researchers at DeepMind say they have solved “the protein folding problem,” a task that has bedeviled scientists for more than 50 years. → Read More

My Name Is GPT-3 and I Approved This Article

The latest natural-language system generates tweets, pens poetry, summarizes emails, answers trivia questions, translates languages and even writes its own computer programs. → Read More

When A.I. Falls in Love

The Times asked GPT-3 to tell us a little about itself and its romantic life. → Read More

Study Considers a Link Between QAnon and Polling Errors

New research indicates that pollsters may not have captured the Trump support swirling around the online conspiracy theory. → Read More

Palantir Shares Go Up in Wall Street Debut

The Silicon Valley company leads a wave of tech outfits hoping to test the public markets in the busiest season for I.P.O.s in two decades. → Read More

Ex-Georgia Tech Researcher Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against University Officials

Ten years after state agents raided his home, an engineer fights to prove he was wrongfully attacked over a computer chip start-up. → Read More

Frances Allen, Who Helped Hardware Understand Software, Dies at 88

One of the few women in the computer industry in its early days, she paved the way for the efficient, lightning-fast apps of today. → Read More

Pilgrim’s Pride Chief Executive Is Accused of Price Fixing

The charges are the first in a Justice Department investigation involving several other major chicken producers. → Read More

This Was Supposed to Be the Year Driverless Cars Went Mainstream

Perfecting the technology has taken longer than expected. The coronavirus pandemic has made it even more difficult. → Read More

‘I Could Solve Most of Your Problems’: Eric Schmidt’s Pentagon Offensive

The former Google C.E.O. has reinvented himself as the prime liaison between Silicon Valley and the military-industrial complex. → Read More