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Snap shuttered its ARES unit — that’s Augmented Reality for Enterprise Services — after launching it just a few months ago.
The patent shows that, despite the company’s public interest in large language models, it’s still hard at work on artificial reality.
Given that it handles trillions in transactions a year, it makes sense that the credit card provider wants to beef up security protocols.
Amazon — along with every other Zuckerberg, Musk, and Harry — is trying to get ahead in the generative AI race.
Google’s patent follows several updates from major tech companies aiming to understand emotions and context through speech recognition.
JPMorgan Chase may be looking past the current AI craze for optimization, setting it’s sights on quantum computing.
Since it can’t work with crypto, Baidu may be looking for another way to utilize blockchain: data security.
The Securities and Exchange Commission may have to double the size of its staff just to keep an eye on Elon Musk’s tweets.
The data services company wants to patent a way for neural networks to explain themselves. The tech signals a vital need for AI adoption.
eBay wants to use drones for deliveries, but without wasting their batteries.
The EU is poised to pass legislation that would classify Uber drivers as employees, rather than contracted workers.
Cloud services make Amazon tons of its revenue. Keeping those networks spic and span is a high priority, according to its new patent.
Apple wants to make sure your toddler (or a hacker) doesn’t run away with your Airpods.
Stripe may be looking to expand its roster of offerings.
A filing from Snap for a computer vision appraiser may add to the company’s shopping ambitions.
Despite a barrage of enforcement actions, the agency is flailing.
The company’s filing gives a potential peek at what’s in store for the Vision Pro.
NVIDIA wants to keep its data centers from falling apart.
A dozen filings from Humane paint a potential picture of the secretive startup’s debut product offering.