Japan arranging subsidies for Samsung chip facility -source
According to the data, 61% of respondents believe that AI poses risks to humanity, while only 22% disagreed, and 17% remained unsure.
By Reuters May. 17, 2023
OpenAI chief goes before US Congress to propose licenses for building AI
"Regulation of AI is essential," Altman said in the prepared remarks which were seen by Reuters.
By Reuters May. 16, 2023
Entrepreneurial branding through a learning organisation: Part 1
In this perspective we rename our businesses through what we do best as learnt from others and developed by us.
By Farai Chigora Apr. 16, 2023
Google says Microsoft cloud practices are anti-competitive
There is intense rivalry between the two U.S. tech giants in the fast-growing, multi-billion-dollar cloud computing business, where Google trails market leader Amazon (AMZN.O) and Microsoft.
By Reuters Mar. 30, 2023
Microsoft’s aI-powered bing search engine surpasses 100 million daily active users
That doesn’t mean Microsoft can go head-to-head with Google, which has more than 1 billion daily active users, yet, but it’s a good start.
By Gizmodo Mar. 9, 2023
Sony releases new PS5 update with Discord integration, 1440p improvements, and more
PS5 owners will be able to use the Discord app on mobile or a PC to transfer a Discord call to their console.
By The Verge Mar. 8, 2023
How to keep your Twitter account secure without paying
Twitter users were greeted early Saturday with an ultimatum from the social media app.
By AP news Feb. 22, 2023
Microsoft's president to push Activision deal at EU hearing; Google, Nvidia also present
The hearing will allow Xbox maker Microsoft to gauge the mood among senior EU and national competition officials.
By Reuters Feb. 21, 2023
Microsoft and Google are about to Open an AI battle
Google isn’t going to sit back and let Microsoft grab the AI search limelight easily, and judging by past skirmishes, this one could get just as ugly as the “Scroogled” era.
By The Verge Feb. 7, 2023
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