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open How do you solve 'disruption' at the UK border after Brexit? Let's call Peter Thiel! AI biz Palantir – you're hired 71
By Chris G
open What did they do – twist his Arm? Ex-Qualcomm senior veep joins SiFive as CEO, RISC-V PC for devs teased 12
By rcxb
open Not content with distorting actual reality, Facebook now wants to build a digital layer for the world 69
open Amazon Transcribe can now ID 31 languages from audio so uncultured swines don't have to 8
By sabroni
open Safety driver at the wheel of self-driving Uber car that killed a pedestrian is charged with negligent homicide 77
By G.Y.
open We want weaponised urban drones flying through your house, says UK defence ministry as it waves a fistful of banknotes 60
By Rich 11
open The Battle of Britain couldn't have been won without UK's homegrown tech innovations 162
By Jaybus
open Nvidia says regulators will be 'very supportive' of $40bn Arm buy despite concerns about chip designer's independence 51
open IBM calls for US export bans on facial recognition tech including cameras and big iron 16
open US military takes aim at 2024 for human-versus-AI aircraft dogfights. Have we lost that loving feeling for Top Gun? 29
By hoola
open Is today's AI yesterday's software routines with better PR? We argued over it, you voted on it. And the winner is... 37
open Something to look forward to: Being told your child or parent was radicalized by an AI bot into believing a bonkers antisemitic conspiracy theory 84
open Forget Terminators, says US military, the next-gen AI battles will hinge upon net infrastructure, not killer robots 24
By mevets
open Drone firm DJI promises 'local data mode' to fend off US government's mooted ban 20
open Q: How does hydrogen turn into a metal? A: Hang on a second, I need to train my AI supercomputer first 42
open AI in the Enterprise: How can we make analytics and stats sound less scary? Let's call it AI! 9
open AI in the enterprise: Get ready for a whole new era of smart software fueled by mountains upon mountains of data 9
By USER100
open Europe is falling behind in AI, we need to launch our second machine learning-powered satellite soon, says ESA 6
By HildyJ
open AI in the enterprise: AI may as well stand for automatic idiot – but that doesn't mean all machine learning is bad 27
open AI in the enterprise: Prepare to be disappointed – oversold but under appreciated, it can help... just not too much 38
open Remember OpenAI's GPT model that was too dangerous for mere mortals? Well, it's now for sale on Azure 12
By DavCrav
open 'We're not claiming to replace humans,' says Google, but we want to be 'close enough' that you can't tell it's a bot talking 51
open Google declares Maps COVID-19-ready after retraining it on pandemic traffic – or the lack of it in some areas 9
open Here comes an AI that can predict hurricane strength. Don't worry, NASA made it so it probably actually works 14
open What the world needs now is socially-distant robots, says Japan 6
open Chinese prof sent down for 18 months for stealing semiconductor secrets, trying to patent them to cover tracks 14
open Help. The political process is corrupted, full of lies and state-sponsored deep fakes. Now Microsoft's to the rescue 61
open You're stuck inside, gaming's getting you through, and you've $1,500 to burn. Check out Nvidia's latest GPUs 45
open Intel, Apple, Cisco, Google sue US Patent Office – Tech police, open up! 13
open What's 2 + 2? Personal info, sniffs Twitter: Anti-doxxing AI goes off the rails, bans tweets with numbers in them 35
By Terry 6
open Sounds like the black helicopters have come for us. Oh, just another swarm of FAA-approved Amazon delivery drones 63
open Smash-and-grabbed: Chinese AI academic cuffed by Feds after 'binning hard drive' amid software leak probe 28
open AI world has gone bananas, it's official. This algorithm will help you optimize your peanut butter and banana sarnies 17
open You Musk be joking: A mind-reading Neuralink chip in a pig's brain? Downloadable memories? Telepathy? Watch and judge for yourself 119
open Life with Amazon's fitness band: Upload your half-naked pics to see how fat you'll look without exercise. You now sound stressed – relax! 52
open Unprotected quantum 'puters may hit 4ms brick wall, thanks to background radiation slashing qubit lifespans 21
open Palantir: Never made a profit, we do something with family-separating ICE, we just lost $580m – please join our IPO 15
open Keeping them for a rainy day? Arm decides against spinning off cloudy IoT businesses to parent Softbank – report 1
open Brit uni's AI algorithm clocks 50 exoplanets hidden in Kepler space 'scope archives 8
open Xi Jinping again urges China to home-grow more ‘core’ tech, faster 14
open US Air Force shows off latest all-electric flying car, says it 'might seem straight out of a Hollywood movie' 57
open Uncle Sam to blow millions on getting fusion power finally working – with the help of AI 56
open So long, Top Gun... AI software waxes US F-16 pilot's tail 5-0 during virtual dogfight drills 67
open China testing digital currency, but rollout looks to be slipping 6
open You there. Person, corp, state. Doesn't matter. You better not shoot down or hack a drone. That's our job – US govt 33
open MediaTek pings Italy with '5G' Internet-of-Things data beam from geostationary satellite 35,000 kilometres up 11
By DS999
open Not now, Gartner. We've had enough of the future to last a lifetime: Meet 'Formative AI' and 'Algorithmic Trust' 24
open India selects RISC-V for semiconductor self-sufficiency contest: Use these homegrown cores to build kit 14
By druck
open Pass that Brit guy with the right-hand drive: UK looking into legalising automated lane-keeping systems by 2021 85
By Giles C
open Qualcomm demos sub-700MHz 5G data calls via Chinese telco upstart 5



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