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Microsoft wants to clean the atmosphere by freezing it. It highlights a big problem with carbon removal efforts: the ginormous price tag.
Amazon’s October Prime sales event wrapped up Tuesday, and this year saw a massive shift in consumer behavior.
Raytheon wants AI to create its playbooks for responding to cybersecurity attacks. It could help keep up with sophisticated threats.
Google’s AI arm wants to save energy when building its models – something needed to keep AI development on track.
Google’s cloud division says it’s launching a new AI-powered tool designed to rifle through and compile patients’ medical records.
PayPal’s filing could signal that the company is trying to build the same public trust that traditional financial institutions have.
Everyone wants a create content on TikTok account, generating millions of dollars, but reality is a harder truth.
Adobe wants to watch its users a little closer so it can recommend how to properly change the brightness in Photoshop using AI.
Shopify wants to use AR to help you after you pulled the trigger on that big purchase. AR shopping may lean towards end-to-end experiences.
Belgian authorities are monitoring Alibaba for “possible espionage” at the company’s main European logistics hub.
Twitter designed the community notes feature for users to add context to possible misleading tweets. Now it’s a liability for advertisers.
Meta might want to make synthetic data from your Facebook posts. While this helps solve the privacy issue, the issue of bias is still present.
The tech could help Ford – and those that buy Ford’s industrial fleet vehicles – cut their emissions by keeping a closer eye on them.
Google’s Nest doorbells might be joining the neighborhood watch. The patent signals that people are growing more comfortable being watched.
Meta is rolling out subscription versions of Instagram and Facebook in Europe that won’t feature targeted ads.
Apple’s latest filing emphasizes the comfort users have with the company’s consistently-monitoring devices.
Microsoft wants to patent a system that tests if factory tools can go the distance. But the tool itself may be more powerful than the patent lets…
After a glimmer of false hope it looks like tech IPOs are heading for yet more disappointment, and Instacart and Arm aren’t helping.
While Airbnb’s patent could catch scammers, it may have unintended consequences for hosts trying to get their listings in front of as many eyes as…
Nvidia’s interest could help bring AI onto the factory floor for more than just maintenance purposes.