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ChatGPT took their jobs. Now they walk dogs and fix air conditioners.

Some economists predict the technology could replace hundreds of millions of jobs, in a cataclysmic reorganization of the workforce mirroring the industrial revolution.

Twitter executive responsible for content safety resigns after Elon Musk criticism

A top Twitter executive responsible for safety and content moderation has left the company, her departure coming soon after owner Elon Musk publicly complained about the platform’s handling of posts about transgender topics.


In R.I. House budget package, what to know about housing and development

For one, eminent domain powers are off the table, Speaker Shekarchi said. Also, there’s no funding to redevelop the Superman building, or the Cranston Street Armory.

Three ‘forever chemicals’ makers settle public water lawsuits

Three major chemical companies said Friday that they would pay more than $1 billion to settle the first in a wave of claims that they and other companies contaminated drinking water across the country with so-called forever chemicals that have been linked to cancer and other illnesses.


R.I. state budget won’t include funding to redevelop Cranston Street Armory

Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi made the final decision to not include “any money” for the armory in the House Finance budget package, according to sources close to him.

‘This is Boston’s big challenge’: A new plan to defend downtown against sea-level rise

A long-awaited resiliency plan for Boston’s Wharf District outlines $1.2 billion worth of upgrades to protect the waterfront from flooding.

Employers add 339,000 jobs in May, strong growth that defies head winds

But the economy also gave new warning signs with an increase in the unemployment rate.

Wall Street leaps, nearly escapes its bear market after strong jobs report

The jobs report is the latest signal the hiring market remains remarkably solid despite much higher interest rates, offering a hefty pillar of support for an economy that’s begun to slow.