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Microsoft’s patent for a computerized wellness check walks a fine line between privacy and convenience.
Intel’s ethics index aims to call out when people are using AI for the wrong reasons.
Google’s filing emphasizes the importance of continuity of services among cloud providers.
Given that EV batteries are a hot commodity, the tech could help cut costs for fleet operators.
The company filed a patent for a way to make AI models easily using pre-built machine learning models.
Consumer tech is getting up close and personal this holiday season.
As the holiday season approaches, consumers and tech companies alike have shopping on the brain.
How AI is impacting the world of e-commerce and digital advertising, and what it means for user privacy.
Avoiding data security slip-ups involving its AI tools is vital in keeping its strong position in the market.
The company filed a patent for tech that tracks the light reflecting off a user’s eye to initiate certain actions.
JPMorgan Chase wants to be the finance industry’s AI frontrunner, filing patent after patent to secure its AI tech portfolio.
The company’s latest patent could have implications for training image generating AI without the copyright issues.
Microsoft’s patent to sublet data centers close to the source could surpass the physical barriers that cloud innovation faces.
The tech further adds to the company’s reported investment in generative AI, and shows that it wants to build up its health tech even further.
While Intel pitches this as a way to save power, it could have greater privacy implications depending on what it tracks.
The company is seeking to patent a system which uses a general purpose AI model to create training data for a task-specific one.
Google wants its smart speakers to learn from their mistakes. The company’s latest patent reveals plans for its devices to take feedback.
This signals that financial institutions are seeking to make blockchain safer, though it challenges the decentralized nature of the tech.
Like any AI-based system, the model itself that makes these determinations needs to be properly trained.
Microsoft’s AI protection patent shows the vulnerabilities that models face amid rapid growth.