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Why smart AI regulation is vital for innovation and U.S. leadership

With all this possibility, can such an amazing technology also be bad? Some of the concerns around AI platforms are legitimate. Why smart AI regulation is vital for innovation and U.S. leadership by W

New date for Ariane 5 rocket's final launch after delay

Europe's workhorse Ariane 5 rocket will blast off for the final time on July 4, its operator Arianespace said on Friday, after a previous launch was called off due to a technical problem. After 27

Neuralink competitor Precision Neuroscience conducts its first clinical study to map human brain signals

Founded in 2021 by a co-founder of Neuralink, Precision Neuroscience is an industry competitor that recently conducted its first-ever in-human clinical study.

‘Totally Massacred’ Tank: Ukraine Footage Shows Kamikaze Attack on Russian Armor

Units of the Ukrainian 59th Motorized Brigade, which has been on consistent rotation fighting in the Battle of Bakhmut, recorded the footage of a loitering munition drone flying directly into the

DuckDuckGo’s Windows browser is here to protect your privacy

Worried about the ways you’re tracked online? DuckDuckGo’s privacy-focused web browser has just arrived on Windows, and you can try the free public beta today.

Watch this SpaceX Falcon 9 booster takes its 12th ride to space

SpaceX successfully launched an Indonesian communications satellite to orbit on Sunday using a Falcon 9 booster on its 12th flight.

SpaceX to launch satellite to serve rural Indonesia

SpaceX is scheduled to launch a Falcon 9 rocket Sunday carrying a communications satellite that will provide internet service to Indonesia.

'World's first radio station with an AI DJ': Oregon's Live 95.5 uses a cloned human voice to host segments

Portland locals can tune in daily to Live 95.5 to hear AI Ashley, which is powered by RadioGPT, host programming, deliver news, and interact with callers.

You.com looks to innovation to chip away at Google’s search dominance

You.com is a small startup trying to take on search giant Google with AI, innovation and a focus on privacy. You.com looks to innovation to chip away at Google’s search dominance by Ron Miller origina

Tech entrepreneur Hogarth will head UK's AI taskforce

The British government said on Sunday that tech entrepreneur Ian Hogarth would head its new taskforce to look at the safety risks posed by artificial intelligence. Last week, Prime Minister Rishi

The Morning After: Anker gets into the home solar battery game

Anker, which made its name building device batteries and chargers, is now making gear for all of the devices you own. Or at least all of the devices in your home, since it just unveiled its Solix

Astronaut spotted on church carving 'dating back to 16th century'

Social media users have discovered a carving of an astronaut on a Spanish church from the 12th century. The Cathedral of Salamanca is two churches joined together. One dates back to the 12th century

Microsoft Teams integration is being removed from Windows 11

Microsoft is preparing to remove its built-in Microsoft Teams client in Windows 11 nearly two years after the integration was first announced. The Chat functionality will be replaced with the more

What Happens If… We Actually Exceed 1.5°C In Global Warming?

The 2015 Paris climate agreement saw countries vow to try and stop temperatures exceeding the 1.5°C mark, but a big question mark hangs over whether we can actually achieve that. The highest average

This remarkable shape-shifting robot could one day head to Mars

A team of researchers has developed an impressive shape-shifting robot that could one day find itself on a mission to Mars.

OpenInfra Foundation opens regional hubs in Europe and Asia

The Open Infrastructure Foundation, the open-source foundation that hosts projects like the OpenStack cloud computing platform and Starling X edge computing stack, today announced that it is

AWS outage causes some websites to go dark

Amazon’s cloud computing unit Amazon Web Services experienced an outage on Tuesday, affecting publishers that suddenly found themselves unable to operate their sites. The company said on its website

Oracle is betting its AI future on a company called Cohere. Here's why this little-known startup is becoming OpenAI's chief rival.

With a ringing endorsement from Oracle, and investments from others, Cohere is turning heads in the lucrative enterprise IT world.

You Can Soon Use Apple Maps Offline: What That Means for Your iPhone

Apple's long-awaited Offline Maps feature will arrive with iOS 17. Here are all the details to know before then.

Nvidia GPUs are so hard to get that rich venture capitalists are buying them for the startups they invest in

Nat Friedman, the former CEO of GitHub, and investor Daniel Gross have bought thousands of Nvidia GPUs and are making them available to startups.

Instagram's Twitter-killer is 'sanely run' and decentralized

Meta's new app, reportedly known as Project 92, takes a page from the new crop of decentralized social networks and leverages Instagram's user accounts.

Apple tries to distance itself from Meta, competition: Don’t call it a headset

Apple (AAPL) debuted its long-awaited Vision Pro on Monday, marking the company’s official entry into the AR/VR headset wars. Just don’t tell Apple that. The company went to great pains to distance

Aqara launches U100 smart lock with full Apple HomeKit support

The Aqara U100 smart lock can be controlled with a passcode, fingerprint, or with Apple home keys, making it a versatile upgrade for your front door.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman: A.I. ’good at doing tasks’ but terrible at doing whole jobs—for now

Your job is more likely to change than vanish as A.I. handles tasks you once did, Altman says, at least in the short term.

Investors take note: Wildfire smoke will spark a surge in East Coast climate tech startups

Next year we might expect anywhere between 30 and 35 new climate tech companies to emerge. Investors take note: Wildfire smoke will spark a surge in East Coast climate tech startups by Tim De Chant or