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Snap wants to know what makes you click. But sarcastic teens could thwart the tech in its latest patent.
The tech could raise privacy concerns if it’s used on Disney theme park visitors that are children and minors.
Amazon’s been working nonstop on AI initiatives and investments to fight for the spotlight in a competitive market.
What a year in patents from Apple, Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia and more taught us.
What’s next for AI, cybersecurity, artificial reality and more.
Apple continues to build its “war chest” of defensive patents as the Masimo battle pulls it’s two newest watch from shelves.
E-commerce companies are in an “arms race” to develop and implement user-tracking AI tech throughout their platforms.
As the AI race gets faster, speed and efficiency in development are becoming vital to keep up.
Google may use machine learning to track down misinformation on social media platforms with its latest patent to find “information operations…
Its patent application for a “location-spoofing detection” system could add to its safety features for riders.
The company may have some stiff competition in the satellite internet market from SpaceX’s Starlink offering.
Microsoft’s latest patent may keep its data centers cool and its energy even cooler.
PayPal may offer users a credit for cryptocurrency that they have to pay back later.
The tech could prevent the phantom braking problem which Tesla vehicles are notorious for.
Nvidia continues to patent tech to expand its AI ecosystem as other tech firms play catch-up.
“We’re moving away from the black box,” said said Frederick Gertz, founder and CEO of enterprise AI company Collide Technology.
JPMorgan Chase may be looking to track its ESG investments down to the letter.
Visa wants to make a one-size-fits-all blockchain.
This data could help Meta understand your response to advertising, one expert told Patent Drop.
Apple will likely face a lot of competition if it decides to get on the road.