How to make sure your ‘AI for good’ project actually does good

Artificial intelligence has been front and center in recent months. The global pandemic has pushed governments and private companies worldwide to propose AI solutions for everything from analyzing cough sounds to deploying disinfecting robots in hospitals. These efforts are part of a wider trend that has been picking up momentum: the deployment of projects by […]

Intel launches Iris Xe Max graphics chip with three laptop makers

Intel has launched its Iris Xe Max graphics chip with three laptop makers as customers. Acer, Asus, and Dell have signed on to launch thin-and-light laptops with Intel’s first stand-alone graphics chip. The stand-alone graphics chip uses the same microarchitecture as the Intel Iris Xe graphics, or the integrated graphics in Intel’s 11th Gen Intel […]

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The Wisconsin GOP Lost $2.3 Million in an Email Scam

This week hackers mounted an unprecedented ransomware attack on hospitals in the United States. Dozens have already been hit, while the total targets may number well into the hundreds. Health care systems have always been a popular target for these kinds of intrusions, but the scale of the current wave is unthinkable—and bodes poorly for […]

Meng Wanzhou: Questions over Huawei executive’s arrest as legal battle continues

Border officials took her phones and devices and placed them in a special bag – designed to prevent any electronic interference. Border officials also got her passwords and PIN codes for the devices but the court heard that they mistakenly handed these, along with the devices, over to the RCMP when they technically should not […]

Exclusive: Amazon tells India regulator its partner Future Retail is misleading public

By Aditya Kalra NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O> has complained to India’s market regulator that its local partner Future Retail Ltd <FRTL.NS> misled shareholders by incorrectly saying it was complying with its contractual obligations to the U.S. e-commerce giant, a letter seen by Reuters shows. Amazon is locked in a bitter legal dispute […]

Amazon drops French Black Friday ad campaign as lockdown starts

PARIS (Reuters) – Amazon is withdrawing advertising for pre-Black Friday discounts in France, after the government said the campaign was unfair to small shops at time when a coronavirus lockdown has forced them to close. France entered its second national lockdown on Friday to try to contain a surge in infections. The curbs imposed under […]

Not finding life on Venus would be disappointing. But it’s good science at work

Repetition, repetition The truth is, the story of Venus’s putative phosphine is not a simple case of a sensational finding being shot down upon further scrutiny. In fact, the rush of follow-up research is welcomed; science is doing its thing. This is especially true when it comes to the search for extraterrestrial life—after all, extraordinary claims […]