The Not-So-Odd Couple: Microsoft Pursues TikTok

TikTok keeps generating interesting news. In the past week, it is about Microsoft’s pursuit of it — fueled by the U.S. government’s not-too-subtle nudging. Each time I write about TikTok I thought it’d be the last, but how could I resist that?

I first wrote about the potential implications of it being China’s first AI-based Internet success outside of China. My second piece

Curious about many things, some of which I write about — usually health care, innovation, technology, or public policy. Never stop asking “why” or “why not”!

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Curious about many things, some of which I write about — usually health care, innovation, technology, or public policy. Never stop asking “why” or “why not”!

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