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The president issued an executive order banning bulk sales of personal data to “hostile” countries like China and Russia.
Two big shareholders are supporting a proposal that calls on the tech titan to disclose its future plans for generative AI.
The tech highlights that AI needs multiple streams of data to really get to know its users.
The hot new technology needs a lot of cooling off — and increasing use of water supplies is getting it done.
The filing adds to the company’s AI software research as its hardware demand skyrockets.
Its patent for blockchain-based authorization relies on the tech’s immutability and transparency to track down bad actors.
Apple’s enjoyed unusual levels of success in China for a Western company, but its future in the country is looking less and less bright.
The tech could provide a glimpse at an “all-day usable item” that spatial computing may rely on to scale.
The company reportedly plans to set aside shares for 75,000 of its power users to buy ahead of its spring IPO.
The filing could add another layer of protection at a lower cost than AI-based cybersecurity measures.
The company’s “personal wellness keyboard” patent may signal an interest from tech firms to embed AI in consumer devices.
A recent report revealed that romance-fraud victims lose an average of $10,000.
Its latest patent for “fake video detection” could use crypto’s underlying technology to fight misinformation and establish more trust in AI.
Regulators have opened “formal proceedings” to examine who well the popular platform is protecting children.
Tesla and other self-driving car firms face both regulatory battles and public perception hurdles.
Amazon wants everyone to fight fraud with machine learning with its latest patent for “automated machine learning pipeline generation.”
The AI semiconductor giant’s stock tripled last year — and it’s jumped nearly 50% already in 2024.
The tech relies on oversampling of images with “minority attributes” to make sure the outputs actually reflect the inputs.
Without a wakeword, a digital assistant has to monitor its users more closely.
The patent could add another form of frictionless payment to the landscape, and present competitors to Apple Pay and Amazon’s Just Walk Out.