Ironically part of a Life-Save project
Two people are dead after the experimental hybrid electric car in which they were travelling exploded on a Naples highway.
Cold and automated callers are suddenly facing a hard time from AI software and voice cloners which are simulating victims and who are willing to keep them on the phone forever.
Developers must prove they have paid for it
Valve has reportedly started banning Steam games featuring AI-created art assets, unless developers can prove they have rights to the IP used in the data set that trained the AI to create them.
A major anti-trust battle
The Federal Trade Commission is preparing to file a major antitrust lawsuit accusing Amazon of "using its power to reward online merchants that use its logistics services and punish those who don't."
Will leave the ground to others
While the Tame Apple Press thought that their favourite companies very late arrival onto the AR scene would spur others to "copy it" it would appear that one of the bigger players has decided to give up.
Stop website snooping
The Brave browser will crack down on websites that snoop on visitors by scanning their open Internet ports or accessing other network resources that can expose personal information.
x86 has reached its limits
Oracle said that it has modified its flagship database software to work on a new category of computing chip, starting with chips from Ampere Computing.
Research by VPS Server has found that Iceland has the best internet in Europe.
Do the right thing
Blacklisted Yangtze Memory Technologies Co has asked its suppliers to buy back the chips and equipment it is forbidden to use.
Reporting a huge third-quarter loss but sees light at end of tunnel
Micron reported a third-quarter loss and a 57 per cent drop in revenue yesterday, but its Chief Executive Sanjay Mehrotra said that things could only get better.