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The US Consumer Product Safety Commission wants Amazon to assume liability for items sold by third-party vendors.
Amid backlash over its safety practices, AI could help Boeing catch what the human eye may miss.
The music industry titan is in a war of words with the popular app after failing to reach a licensing deal.
The filing adds to the company’s pursuit to upgrade its speech detection tech, as well as its growing AI plans.
Models that can explain how they draw their conclusions can help fight hallucination and build user trust.
The company finally revealed how much it’s spending to silo off Americans’ data. We just don’t know how well it works.
Not every company that produces chips for cars, medical equipment, or smartphones is taking part in the semiconductor boom.
The company’s patent for “enhanced reading” using AR glasses could create visualizations of what you’re reading.
This tech could be used for automatic control of certain devices in a building, but also may present privacy concerns.
Data brokers are tracking you all over the internet to buy and sell your profile along with millions of other users.
Baidu wants to help chatbots work outside their wheelhouse with a patent that lets AI models lean on other apps for information.
The company may be looking to boost its AI capabilities after the fallout of it’s proposed acquisition of competitor Figma.
The tech could help the financial institution find cyber criminals and figure out your spending habits early.
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 industry clamored for clearance to offer spot ETFs. Now that they’re here, the results are less than stellar.
The AI software company is sporting a new valuation of more than $1 billion after its latest $18 financing round.
The social media platform’s referrals to news media sites has been steadily dropping.
The company’s patent for a wellness chatbot could require users to have a lot of trust in the company to protect their data.
Pinterest wants to kick spam to the curb with a patent that uses AI to detect malicious links.