Addresses concern that radiation from mobile antennas may be dangerous
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Microsoft concluded it would lead to innocent women and minorities being disproportionately held for questioning because the artificial intelligence has been trained on mostly white and male pictures.
Amazon would market the free music service through its voice-activated Echo speakers, a Billboard report said on Friday, adding that it could become available as early as this week.
This comes at a time when big carmakers have been blindsided by stricter and costly emissions tests, forcing them to focus resources on mainstream electric models
Looks into suspicious software in Mercedes-Benz GLK 220 CDI cars produced between 2012 and 2015, after tests showed they only meet emissions limits when a certain function is activated.
'We will utilise new digital technologies to optimise our industrial system,' says new CEO Guillaume Faury
An IPO of this size would make Uber one of the biggest technology IPOs of all time, and the largest since that of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in 2014.
The 28-country European Union adopted the landmark General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) about a year ago, giving Europeans more control over their online information and privacy enforcers the power to impose hefty fines
U.S. security concerns about 5G mobile networks built by Chinese telecoms giant Huawei appear to be driven by politics and trade rather than any evidence, the head of the U.N. internet and telecoms agency said on Friday.
The intensity with which company representatives disputed each other's claims underscores the high stakes in the battle for supremacy over an industry that is expected to spend US$275 billion over seven years in the US alone
"We worked to get the databases in question taken down, but we are still investigating exactly what information was stored there," said a Facebook spokeswoman.
Meeting in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, President Xi told PM Jacinda Ardern that China has always regarded New Zealand as "a sincere friend and partner".
'This is a breach of privacy that may not just be embarrassing but could also affect our lives in big ways, just as the credit score does'
The company said it was considering whether to refund advertisers for lost exposure due to the problems
Kathmandu said it was working closely with IT and cyber security consultants to investigate the extent of the impact.