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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.
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.
Amazon wants everyone to fight fraud with machine learning with its latest patent for “automated machine learning pipeline generation.”
Without a wakeword, a digital assistant has to monitor its users more closely.
Its patent to speed up interactions between you and your chatbot signals a growing interest in personalized AI.
The filing adds to its AI-powered ad tech, and fuels growing competition to make social media shoppable.
Several of the companies have pleased investors with their profit reports, and then there’s Tesla and Apple.
In the 20 years since Facebook was first formed, Meta has morphed into something far larger than a simple social media platform.
Google announced it is signing power purchase agreements with two offshore wind farms to power its data centers in Europe.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission wants Amazon to assume liability for items sold by third-party vendors.
The filing adds to the company’s pursuit to upgrade its speech detection tech, as well as its growing AI plans.
This tech could be used for automatic control of certain devices in a building, but also may present privacy concerns.
The tech giant is trying to charge its way through new European rules governing app-store monopolies.
While the proposed tech could save a lot of resources in AI training, it faces major problems if it can reproduce biases and inaccuracies.
The company’s patent for a wellness chatbot could require users to have a lot of trust in the company to protect their data.
The filing adds to its ever-growing health tech capabilities — and its growing mountain of data to keep safe.
This kind of patent is particularly significant amid the company’s ongoing battles with workers aiming to unionize.
Despite layoffs in its hardware and AR departments, the company has filed a number of patent applications for extended reality tech.