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September 11, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams



Essex County remembers 9/11 at a solemn ceremony with a message. It’s three years after the deadly Hoboken train crash, and the engineer who was at the wheel will get his job back, over the objections of NJ Transit. As artificial intelligence becomes more popular in the hiring process, how are we making sure that our computers aren’t being used to exclude certain people from the workforce? Plus, shoring up cybersecurity ahead of the election. Does a former Homeland Security secretary think it’s enough?

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