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Large consulting and law firms are trying to get junior staffers on the fast track to partner using tools like ChatGPT.
Apple will likely face a lot of competition if it decides to get on the road.
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.
Meta on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission arguing its in-house trials are unconstitutional.
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.
Stability AI, the startup behind AI-powered image-generator Stable Diffusion, is reportedly shopping itself to potential acquirers.
Mark Zuckerberg’s newest nemesis, Max Schrems, says Meta’s new pay-for-privacy subscription doesn’t comply with EU laws.
Amazon, along with its Big Tech brethren, has long been trying to break into the healthcare market. But it’s not going as planned.
Consumer tech is getting up close and personal this holiday season.
The first large-scale rebellion among artificial intelligence workers raises some serious questions.
CoinDesk was acquired in an all-cash deal by Bullish, a crypto exchange run by former NYSE president Tom Farley.
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.
Meta has disbanded a team in charge of making sure the company developed AI in an ethical way, according to The Information.
How the race for profits could overtake the need to weigh human risks.
Hyundai will sell its cars directly on Amazon, marking the first major auto brand to list on the massive e-commerce platform.
Avoiding data security slip-ups involving its AI tools is vital in keeping its strong position in the market.