USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, AssociateEditor,  USDR.

Our periodical feature of what our editors, contributors, and readersare  recommending.

Science is often flawed. It’s time we embrace that– The majority of people do not understand that science is fallible. Source: vox.com

Google’s algorithm thinks Hillary Clinton will be next president– According to certain algorithms, Google says that Hillary Clinton will be the next president. Of course, we won’t know for sure until the election results come in. Source: cnet.com

A California labor ruling just said an Uber driver is an employee. That’s Uber’s worst nightmare– California’s Labor Commission has found that an Uber driver qualifies as an employee. Determining whether workers are contractors or employees would change the whole business. However, it wasn’t ruled that all Uber workers are employees, it was just the driver who went to trial. Source: slate.com

Bureaucratic barriers to medical marijuana research are crumbling– A “bureaucratic obstacle” was recently removed in medical marijuana research. A couple anti-drug senators held a meeting about what it would take the streamline the approval process. This article highlights the significance of the most recent developments in this debate. Source: reason.com

America’s hottest startups are craft breweries– Using charts and other visuals, this article shows that small craft breweries are the latest business startup trend found in the United States.  Source:forbes.com
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