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IBM Chairwoman and CEO Virginia “Ginni” Rometty speaks at an IBM Watson accident in lower Manhattan, New York in this January 9, 2014, book photo.  REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

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In Admiral Trump’s above action as a absoluteness TV star, he was acclaimed for advertisement apprenticeships. Now, that’s article Trump and tech companies accept in common.

IBM arch controlling Ginni Rometty will booty the date at CES today to bare a boundless industry accomplishment to aggrandize apprenticeships training workers in calendar abilities such as cybersecurity or software engineering in an accomplishment to prepare them for careers at technology companies.

Seventeen companies, including IBM, Ford, Canon, Sprint, Postmates and Bosch, accept committed to aggrandize apprenticeships to bags of workers beyond 20 states to advice ample a curtailment of accomplished tech talent. IBM is apparent as a baton in the coalition after ablution its own apprenticeship affairs added than a year ago, and Rometty will say the aggregation is acceleration those apprenticeships to alternation amid 400 and 450 workers per year, according to a examination provided to The Technology 202.

“This industry has not commonly relied on apprenticeships as a aptitude solution,” said Jennifer Taylor, carnality admiral of jobs at the Consumer Technology Association, which is arch the affiliation of companies. Such programs accept been commonly bound to sectors like accomplishment or added blue-collar trades.

The action could mark a attenuate breadth of consensus for Silicon Valley and the Trump administering on action issues. Trump’s stances on clearing and efforts to able bottomward on high-skilled artisan visas accept stoked fears about recruiting and application top engineering aptitude from about the apple in Silicon Valley. Trump has additionally airtight technology companies such as Apple for outsourcing the assembly of its articles to China as he pushes his calendar to accompany accomplishment jobs aback to the United States.

It could additionally be a politically adeptness band-aid in the continued term. Apprenticeships enjoy advanced bipartisan support. And afterwards starring for added than a decade in “The Apprentice,” Trump has been a key adherent of such programs in office, too. He active an controlling adjustment in 2017 accretion apprenticeships. Politico appear at the time that the adjustment confused added ability to clandestine industry to run apprenticeship programs, while at the aforementioned time accretion grants for such positions, from $90 actor to abutting to $200 million.

The tech industry beforehand seems assertive to annual from government money. IBM already has 15 altered kinds of apprenticeships registered with the Labor Department, a beforehand that allows companies to gain funding through grants or tax credits for the programs. Other companies in the affiliation are aloof starting to go through the action to action these kinds of apprenticeships.

The beforehand for retraining workers comes at the aforementioned time as companies beforehand heavily in technologies such as bogus intelligence, which could eventually alter a advanced ambit of jobs from barter drivers to radiologists. In the future, technology companies could face greater accountability to retrain the workers they’re displacing, abnormally as backfire mounts adjoin the industry.

Darrell West, the columnist of “The Approaching of Work: Robots, AI, and Automation,” told me in an email that apprenticeships are “a abundant way to retrain workers accident jobs through automation.”

“They accommodate accurate job abilities and access to new companies that are invaluable in job searches,” he said. “Businesses apperceive they are accepting acquiescent and reliable advisers through these programs.”

With apprenticeship programs, technology companies can accompany in contempo aerial academy or association academy graduates, as able-bodied as added accomplished professionals who are gluttonous to about-face careers. IBM’s apprentices accept ranged in age from 18 to 59, and they accept included a firefighter and veterans. The workers apprentice new abilities while earning a paycheck, alienated the ample debt that about comes with enrolling in college. The programs about aftermost about a year, and they intend to adapt the apprentices for acceptable full-time application at the company.

Another abeyant benefit to Silicon Valley: Attracting added assorted workers. The technology industry is adverse backfire for its abridgement of diversity, with its abundantly white and macho workforce concentrated on the coasts. IBM has assassin 188 apprentices back ablution its own action a little added than a year ago. Jordan tells me these apprentices barrage from Missouri, West Virginia and Minnesota. They ambit in age from 18 to 59. About 30 percent are underrepresented minorities and 13 percent are veterans.

Taylor, from the CTA, said the alignment is hopeful that apprenticeships could accept a agnate aftereffect at added companies. “It will accept a amazing appulse on diversifying the industry,” she said.

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A assurance alfresco Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., on Oct. 30, 2018. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

BITS: Facebook is investigating whether Annual for Democracy, an alignment backed by Democratic megadonor and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, ran afield of the amusing network’s rules by creating artful annual pages containing left-leaning political messages, The Washington Post’s Tony Romm, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Craig Timberg reported. A assay of Facebook’s ad annal begin that some pages from Annual for Democracy targeted right-leaning U.S. voters with Democratic messages.

A New York University assay begin that the organization’s Facebook ads and affiliated pages were beheld millions of times during aftermost year’s midterm elections. “These groups acquisition a community, they try to body it with nonpolitical content, and already they accept that association established, they alpha inserting political messages,” Laura Edelson, one of the NYU researchers, told my colleagues.

Hoffman additionally has ties to addition action that has faced ascent analysis recently. An beforehand from the Internet billionaire concluded up allotment an online operation to beforehand bamboozlement and access a U.S. Senate chase in Alabama in 2017. Hoffman has said he did not abutment such tactics.

Elon Musk, arch controlling of Tesla, center, during an accident at the armpit of the company’s accomplishment ability in Shanghai on Jan. 7. (Qilai Shen/Bloomberg News

NIBBLES: Tesla bankrupt arena for a new branch in China east of Shanghai as Elon Musk’s electric agent aggregation seeks to become a all-around carmaker, the Bank Street Journal’s Trefor Moss reported. In a tweet, Musk said his ambition is for the bulb to alpha assembly of the Model 3 by the end of the year and “reach aerial aggregate assembly abutting year.”

Shanghai Giga will aftermath affordable versions of 3/Y for greater China. All Model S/X & college amount versions of Model 3/Y will still be congenital in US for WW market, incl China.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 7, 2019

Tesla’s Shanghai factory, which aims to aftermath 500,000 cars annually, will be the aboriginal absolutely foreign-owned car bulb in China. “Being the aboriginal to go it abandoned will accomplish Tesla a bellwether in the Chinese auto sector, as added companies counterbalance the costs and allowances of afraid with their accustomed joint-venture partnerships,” Moss wrote.

But this access is not afterwards risk, according to Bill Russo, arch controlling of the consulting close Automobility, which is based in Shanghai. “It will booty billions of dollars to body a new brand in China,” Russo told the Journal. “As 100% owner, this accountability avalanche on Tesla.” Musk intends to absorb $5 billion on the Shanghai plant, according to Bloomberg News’s Benedikt Kammel and Yan Zhang.

Workers serve beverages from an ice carve during the Consumer Electronics Appearance Unveiled Las Vegas accident in beforehand of the CES appearance on Jan. 6. , 2018. (David McNew/AFP/Getty Images)

BYTES: The CES technology appearance is set to affection abounding acute home articles that tech companies acclaim as convenient, but aloofness advocates anguish about the devices’ accommodation to collect detailed and claimed advice on users, according to the Associated Press’s Anick Jesdanun. “It’s decentralized surveillance,” Jeff Chester, controlling administrator of the Washington-based Centermost for Calendar Democracy, told the AP. “We’re active in a apple area we’re tethered to some online annual stealthily acquisition our information.”

The items set to be displayed at CES accommodate a besom that identifies area you should besom added and a fishing rod that can atom area you’re communicable the best fish. Yet Paul Stephens, director of action and advancement for the Aloofness Rights Clearinghouse in San Diego, bidding skepticism about the call of affiliated devices. “I’m a close accepter that simple is better. If you don’t charge to accept these alleged enhancements, don’t buy them,” Stephens told Jesdanun. “Does one absolutely charge a refrigerator that keeps clue of aggregate in it and tells you you are active out of milk?”

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A advance advertisement the aegis of Apple’s iPhone in Las Vegas on Jan. 7. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News)

— Apple isn’t attending CES, but it is taunting Google with a huge advance in Las Vegas, according to my aide Hamza Shaban. “What happens on your iPhone stays on your iPhone,” the advance says as a way to communicate the company’s charge to user privacy. The ad is additionally a advertence to the city’s slogan “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”

— The “best-smelling booth” at CES’s media event this year, according to one reporter, was the BreadBot, which does absolutely what you anticipate it does. It is “a bread-making apparatus that mixes, kneads, bakes and cools aliment afterwards animal assistance,” according to The Post’s Peter Holley. Randall Wilkinson, arch controlling of Wilkinson Baking, which created the machine, said the aggregation intends to abode the BreadBot in a accomplice abundance this year but beneath to name the store. Wilkinson additionally said that “three of the top bristles grocery abundance companies in the U.S.” accept bidding absorption in testing the BreadBot, Peter reported.

— Kroger is testing two aliment in Cincinnati and Redmond, Wash., where a affiliation with Microsoft aims to accompany added data-crunching to the aisles of a bazaar and accomplish grocery arcade faster, according to Bloomberg News’s Matthew Boyle and Dina Bass. The action will acquiesce Microsoft to advance its billow business and will advice Kroger avert itself adjoin Amazon’s amplification into aliment retail. (Amazon architect and arch controlling Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Post.)

Kroger’s self-checkout app will adviser barter at the two analysis aliment — which are amid abreast the abode of Kroger and Microsoft — till they ability items on their arcade list. “When they access an aisle, the calendar shelf will affectation a abandoned figure called by the client — a  banana, say, or a attic — beneath the accordant product,” Boyle and Bass wrote.

The Uber logo alfresco the company’s accumulated abode in San Francisco on Feb. 5, 2018. (Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)

— Two experts said they abstract the appulse of the gig abridgement on the way Americans work, according to the Bank Street Journal’s Josh Zumbrun. The experts, Alan Krueger of Princeton University and Lawrence Katz of Harvard University, said their estimates on the allotment of workers authoritative a active with odd jobs — including through apps such as Uber — in a 2015 analysis were apparently too high.

“After coursing through the new evidence,” Krueger said, “Larry Katz and I now achieve that there was a bashful acceleration in the allotment of the workforce in nontraditional jobs over the aftermost decade — apparently on the adjustment of one to 2 allotment points, instead of the bristles allotment point acceleration we originally reported.”

The overestimation stemmed from patchy abstracts and additionally resulted from the furnishings of the bread-and-butter recession a decade ago. “Rather than heralding a abiding about-face in the accord of Americans to employers, a lot of gig-economy action was odd jobs that bodies took up to accomplish ends meet,” Zumbrun wrote.

— Added technology annual from the clandestine sector:

Uber CEO Says Bazaar Turmoil Won’t Derail IPO Plans Uber was internally on clue to annual this year, Dara Khosrowshahi said, accepting ahead said he accepted to seek a admission in the additional bisected of 2019 in what would be one of the bigger accessible offerings planned for the year. The Bank Street Journal Samsung Echoes Apple’s Gloomy Outlook as Tech Woes Get Worse Samsung expects its fourth-quarter operating accumulation will abatement 29%, advice that fell far beneath analysts’ estimates and the latest assurance of challenges hitting the tech industry. The Bank Street Journal China’s Baidu says its acknowledgment to Alexa is now on 200M accessories A Chinese articulation abettor has been rapidly accepting arena in contempo months. DuerOS, Baidu’s acknowledgment to Amazon’s Alexa, accomplished over 200 actor devices, China’s top chase agent appear on its Weibo official annual aftermost Friday. TechCrunch Huawei sues U.S. close InterDigital in China over apparent practices InterDigital Inc on Monday said Huawei Technologies Co Ltd filed a accusation adjoin it in China, alleging the U.S. technology close had not accountant its bookish acreage on fair terms. Reuters PUBLIC CLOUD

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross at the White House in Washington on July 18, 2018. (Leah Millis/Reuters)

— Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross denied that Apple’s contempo advertisement that it was blurred annual sales estimates is angry to barter negotiations amid Washington and Beijing, according to CNBC’s Sara Salinas. Apple arch controlling Tim Cook said in a letter to investors aftermost anniversary that the aggregation “did not apprehend the consequence of the bread-and-butter deceleration” in Greater China​​​​.

“I don’t anticipate Apple’s balance absence had annihilation to do with the present barter talks,” Ross said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “Think about it, there accept been no tariffs put on Apple products. So that’s not it.”

— Lisa Herbold and Teresa Mosqueda, who are members of the Seattle Burghal Council, headed to New York to acquaint the burghal about Amazon’s planned amplification in Continued Island City, Bloomberg News’s Krista Gmelich and Spencer Soper reported. Herbold and Mosqueda “are advancement adopted admiral in New York to canyon legislation now that will abode abeyant apartment and busline issues that will accordingly chase in the deathwatch of Amazon’s accommodation to body a above new campus in Queens,” according to Bloomberg News.

— Added technology annual from the accessible sector:

Apple’s woes accession accountability for Trump barter accord A shock admonishing from Apple blaming barter tensions with China for a predicted bead in acquirement is putting new accountability on the Trump administering to end its assessment action with Beijing. The Hill U.S. action warns firms of hacking by China, added countries The Trump administering on Monday launched a drive to beforehand U.S. firms to bigger assure their barter secrets from adopted hackers, afterward a bulk of cases accusing individuals and companies of bread-and-butter espionage for China. Reuters FAST FWD AT&T abandoned added than 10,000 US jobs in 2018, abutment says Telecommunications behemothic AT&T abandoned added than 10,000 U.S. jobs aftermost year and outsourced some of those positions to contractors overseas, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) said in a address appear Monday. The Hill #TRENDING T-Mobile roasts AT&T for afterlight phones with a affected 5G logo With a impaired — but absolutely apt — metaphor. The Verge Afterwards aggravating your advanced door, Amazon wants to let bodies bear bales central your barn Added means to adumbrate bales from balustrade pirates The Verge The Switch Chicken asset boyhood ousted as best retweeted afterwards Japanese billionaire offers retweeters chargeless money Yusaku Maezawa is additionally slated to be SpaceX’s aboriginal day-tripper to pay for a cruise about the moon. Hamza Shaban I acclimated VR in a car activity 90mph and didn’t get ailing VR headsets accomplish me queasy. I’m not alone. It’s a accepted complaint about basic absoluteness agreeable but this startup ability accept apparent the botheration in the best absurd way. TechCrunch 404 ERROR These Calendar Ad Fraudsters Went To Court To Try And Get Their Balance Back. It Didn’t Assignment Out Able-bodied For Them. Rather than fearing the law, these fraudsters approved to use it to go afterwards a accepted company. BuzzFeed Annual You Can Now Get $1 Actor for Hacking WhatsApp and iMessage Companies that buy and advertise exploits, or zero-days, are now accommodating to action seven abstracts for hacks that acquiesce spies and cops to abduct WhatsApp, iMessage and added babble app messages. Motherboard BURN RATE SoftBank to carve planned WeWork beforehand Japanese tech broker will inject $2bn into shared-office provider, bottomward from planned $16bn Financial Times Who Wants a Bazaar Downturn? These Investors Actually Do Some adventure capitalists are acclaim for a bazaar dip to calm Silicon Valley’s overheated start-up scene. The New York Times CHECK-INS

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