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US supports Japans ambitions to return to leadership in chip manufacturing

Japan has embarked on a monumental $67 billion initiative to reclaim its stature as a global semiconductor titan, with plans to spearhead the production...

One billion dollar copyright infringement killed on appeal

The $1 billion copyright infringement verdict against Cox Communications was overturned by a federal appeals court, which ruled that Cox did not directly profit...

Colorado app addresses food waste and feeds “food insecure”

In Denver and Boulder, Colorado the Too Good To Go app is changing the way we tackle food waste, offering a win-win solution for...

Polar: A new way of funding open source projects

A company called Polar is introducing a new idea in open-source funding, aiming to allow open source developers to monetize sponsoring specific features, issues,...

Microsoft develops its own chip and network card as cheeper and faster alternative to Nvidia

Microsoft is reportedly developing its own AI server gear, including a new network card, to enhance the performance of its Maia AI server chip...

Adobe Acrobat introduces its own AI assistant

Adobe Acrobat is introducing an AI Assistant as a beta feature for its PDF management software, aiming to revolutionize digital document interaction by simplifying...

Reddit sells user data to undisclosed AI company

An AI company has reportedly struck a $60 million annual deal with Reddit to use the platform's user content for training its AI models....

OpenAI Sora launch leads to industry debate

OpenAI's introduction of Sora, its first video-generation model, lauched last week with a a series of one minute text-to-video samples that were generally regarded...

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