Turing Award winners endorse Biden, say Trump immigration policy will stifle tech research

Credit: The Verge- Published on September 19, 2020
Twenty-four winners of the Turing Award are endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election, The New York Times reported, explaining theyโ€™re concerned the Trump administrationโ€™s immigration policies could be detrimental to both computer research and the technology industry over the long...
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Joe Biden

47th vice president of the United States, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee
It turns out the stock market cares more about which party controls Congress than it does about which party wins the presidency.
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Donald Trump

45th president of the United States
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American technology company
A lifelong Republican and a former top official at the Department of Homeland Security, Mr. Taylor took a leave of absence from his job at Google this summer to..
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With next week's election looming, the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google received a hectoring from Republicans at a Senate hearing Wednesday for alleged..
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Senators questioning Google CEO Sundar Pichai alongside Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey couldn't pronounce his name correctly.
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Republican senators accused the leaders of Twitter, Facebook and Google of censorship. Democrats denounced that as posturing.
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CEOs from Facebook, Google and Twitter testified before the Senate Commerce Committee on the importance of the law known as Section 230, which protects social..
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