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Russian Invasion of Ukraine Threatens Fragile Semiconductor Supply
In the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, experts are concerned the conflict could significantly impact the semiconductor supply chain....
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Prominent AI Ethics Conference Suspends Google’s Sponsorship
The fallout over Google’s handling of its AI ethics research team continues as the ACM Conference for Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FA...
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Google Moving Against Second AI Ethics Researcher
Still mired in controversy over its firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru, Google appears to be repeating history with Margaret Mitchell, its Ethics AI lead....
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Teams Won’t Replace Skype Just Yet
After Microsoft announced it would deliver Teams for consumers, some worried the news sounded the death knell for Skype. Those worries appear unfounde...
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Apple Acquires Edge AI Firm Xnor
According to VentureBeat, Apple has acquired artificial intelligence (AI) startup for roughly $200 million. Xnor specializes in “the efficie...
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Facebook Now Requires An Account to Sign Up For Messenger
According to VentureBeat, Facebook has ended the ability to sign up for Messenger without a Facebook account. In the past, individuals who wanted to u...
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T-Mobile’s Low-Band 5G Two to Four Times Faster Than 4G
T-Mobile recently announced the nationwide availablility of their low-band, 600MHz 5G, expected to be 20 percent faster than 4G. If VentureBeat’s te...
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Cybersecurity Firm Firedome Raises $10 Million to Secure IoT Devices
VentureBeat is reporting that Tel Aviv and New York-based cybersecurity firm Firedome has raised an additional $10 million in funding, bringing their ...
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Wayve Raises $20 Million To Improve Autonomous Vehicle AI
VentureBeat is reporting that U.K.-based startup Wayve has raised $20 million in Series A funding to improve AI for autonomous vehicles. Wayve takes a...
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