The Boeing 737 Max crashes have revived decades-old fears about what happens when airplane computers become more powerful than pilots
- Automation in planes — taking control of flight systems away from pilots and to machines — is increasing.
- The Boeing 737 Max crashes that killed 346 people were attributed largely to the automated system designed to keep the plane level in the sky.
- Aviation experts, pilots, and former safety officials say they already had longstanding concerns about the greater use of such technology.
- Boeing said it has re-evaluated how it expects pilots to interact with plane controls, but has suggested automation will be a bigger part of its products going forward.
The Facebook CEO wrote in a Financial Times op-ed article that "good regulation may hurt Facebook's business in the near term."
The man suspected of killing an anti-Putin blogger in France fled to Moscow afterwards, and is linked to one of Putin's closest allies, police say
Imran Aliev was found stabbed in a hotel in Lille, France. A police source told Insider that his suspected killer flew to Moscow via Germany.
Developer Kelsey Bressler built the artificial intelligence behind the plugin by putting out an open call for nude images of penises.
Trump's campaign chief posted a stirring photo of Air Force One at the Daytona 500 — but deleted it after realizing it was from George W. Bush's trip in 2004
President Donald Trump "won the #Daytona500 before the race even started," Brad Parscale tweeted alongside a photo of the Bush presidency from 2004.
Thousands were quarantined on the Diamond Princess for more than a week over coronavirus fears. Americans coming home will be quarantined again.
In November 2019 Tesla announced plans for a new Gigafactory near Berlin, but has been met with fierce opposition from local environmentalists.
A soccer player in Portugal who tried to leave the pitch after being racially abused by fans had to be subbed off so his team didn't forfeit the match
FC Porto's Moussa Marega told his abusers to "go f---" themselves in an emotional Instagram post after the match.
A GOP senator keeps pushing a thoroughly debunked theory that the Wuhan coronavirus is a leaked Chinese biological weapon gone wrong
The conspiracy theory focuses on the Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory, a government lab near the meat market at the center of the outbreak.
BANKING AND PAYMENTS FOR GEN Z: These digital natives are the next big opportunity — here are the winning strategies
Business Insider Intelligence uses a six-point framework to explain the core attributes that Gen Z values in a banking and payments product.
The Wuhan coronavirus death toll has reached 1,873, with more than 72,000 infected. Here's everything we know about the outbreak.
Authorities have confirmed tens of thousands of cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in China and at least 26 other countries.
FINTECH AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION: How low-overhead direct banking models enable banks to profitably serve the US' 33 million underbanked households
Business Insider Intelligence explores the growing opportunity for incumbent banks to tap into the financially underserved.
TELEMENTAL HEALTH REPORT: How telehealth can help US hospitals and health systems manage the $238 billion mental health crisis
This report outlines how the US' mental health crisis falls on health systems, and how they can navigate the costly dilemma with telemental health.
"It would be doing a disservice to every woman of color ... for me to say no or to pretend, 'Oh, no, I don't want it,'" Abrams said on "The View."
REPORT: Ant Financial and Tencent are rapidly growing their financial services ecosystems — here's exactly what they offer and where we think they'll go next
Business Insider Intelligence looks at a variety of financial services provided by Ant Financial and Tencent and the benefits each one offers.
THE DIGITAL HEALTH ECOSYSTEM: The most important players, tech, and trends propelling the digital transformation of the $3.7 trillion healthcare industry
Business Insider Intelligence explores the healthcare ecosystem, industry trends driving digital transformation, and where the industry is headed.
This is the 19-slide pitch deck two 22-year-olds used to nab $57 million in funding from Silicon Valley
BI Prime received Brex's permission to offer a look into the startup's full 19-slide pitch deck from its Series B funding round.
An upscale greeting card chain, a regional supermarket, an organic foods pioneer, and a venue space company are among those that filed for bankruptcy.
This report explores the current state of digital audio advertising, focusing on streaming audio, podcast and smart speaker advertising opportunities.
A senior adviser for Pete Buttigieg was accused of running a fake Nigerian supporter account, but a man claiming to have created it says it's a big misunderstanding
Twitter users noted that the account tweeted "Team Pete. Hey. It's Lis," in January, raising suspicion that the tweet could have been an accident.
It's important to emphasize to your boss why you are an important asset to the company, and what you plan to achieve over the next year.
A computer-science professor at Brown uses a single text file to organize his to-do list every day — here's what it looks like
Forget the numerous productivity apps and trackers out there: Jeff Huang tracks everything in a single .txt file and swears by it.
How 31-year-old Hope Hicks became the youngest White House communications director in history and a top executive at Fox before returning to counsel Trump
Hope Hicks, 31, was a former model and PR representative with no prior political experience before she joined the Trump campaign for a wild ride.
The 25 biggest stadiums in world soccer have a combined capacity of over 2.15 million, the largest of which is in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The youngest comedian to ever win 'Last Comic Standing' says she's making millions more than when she started her career, but getting there was a 'slow burn'
Comedian Iliza Shlesinger talks about earning her first $1 million from stand-up and the 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid she still drives.
As President Barack Obama reflected on his time as president, he had a way of acknowledging his waning time in office: a joke about his graying hair.
This report from Business Insider Intelligence offers a look inside how the open banking movement is forcing banks to change their business models.
THE CHATBOTS IN INSURANCE PLAYBOOK: Case studies on how three insurers are using chatbots to boost customer acquisition, slash claims processing times, and increase staff productivity
In a new 2020 report, Business Insider Intelligence uses a proprietary transformation maturity scale to allow firms measure the maturity of their chatbot deployments.
A major US ally in the Pacific wants to scrap an important military deal with the US, and that may give China an edge
The Philippines wants to end the Visiting Forces Agreement it has with the US. A similar move in the '90s gave Beijing an edge in the South China Sea.
An A-10 pilot's HGU-55/P helmet gives them a central interface for everything from oxygen supply to communications to flight instruments.
In the Future of Fintech: Funding's New Guard slide deck, Business Insider Intelligence explores how three key trends are driving a surge in funding.
Usain Bolt slammed 'soft' Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the club's biggest problem
"I think Solskjaer needs to demand more," Bolt told Business Insider. "I think that's the biggest problem, because we do have a decent team."
I'm taking my parents to Palm Springs for less than the price of a souvenir thanks to credit card points
There are plenty of options for booking flights using travel rewards, whether you have Amex points or Chase points.
The Andrew Sabisky eugenics scandal is the latest in Boris Johnson's history of racism, sexism, and homophobia
Johnson is under pressure to sack a Downing Street employee who said black people on average have lower IQs than white people.
Video shows the moment a double-tiered Airbus A380 made a sideways 'crab' landing while battling 50 mph winds at Heathrow Airport
Winds from Storm Dennis pummeled London Heathrow Airport on Saturday, which forced the huge A380 into a nerve-wracking "crosswind landing."
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Networking isn't about how many people you talk to or for how long — it's about making meaningful connections, plus one important final step.
We ate similar meals at Olive Garden and Buca di Beppo and found the smaller pasta chain crushed the competition
We ate at Olive Garden and Buca di Beppo to find out which one is more worth your dough, and we found that Buca beat its rival in almost every way.'
Sheryl Sandberg says she helped plan her own engagement, and encourages other women to stop waiting for their boyfriends to propose
Sandberg, of Facebook, recently announced her engagement to Tom Bernthal. On Valentine's Day she told women to be active in planning their futures.
If you're trying to build wealth, adjusting your tax withholdings can help increase your paycheck during the year and reduce the size of your refund.
A life insurance medical exam is used to assess your current health to give you an accurate rate — it's not meant to be stressful.
Half the US presidents were born in 4 states. These are the 21 states that have produced the most presidents.
Here are the 21 states that have produced the most US presidents, with Virginia and Ohio leading the way with a third of elected presidents.
The Army wants more soldiers, and it's using esports to put a 'finger on the pulse' of potential recruits
The Army's esports team is "getting millions of leads of 17- to 24-year-olds to feed into Army Recruiting Command," the Army secretary said Friday.
Read the pitch deck that helped Divvy raise $30 million to provide alternate financing for prospective homebuyers
BI Prime?has published the investor deck Divvy used to acquire $30 million to start changing the way people buy homes. Read it here.
The experiment was an overall success, although Spot struggled taking the rickshaw up a slight hill.
Under the 2017 CAATSA Act, the US has threatened to impose sanctions on countries that buy Russian military hardware.