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(Reuters) - Synthesia, a London-based artificial intelligence startup that creates video avatars of real people, said on Wednesday it raised $50 million from Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins and GV, formerly known as Google Ventures, and other investors.
LONDON (Reuters) -Losses from crypto-related investments should not be eligible for compensation schemes given that the sector can help spread serious crime, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain on Thursday said it had agreed a digital trade deal with Singapore, the first digitally-focussed trade pact signed by a European nation.
Tech tools like digital contact tracing apps and artificial intelligence that European governments rolled out to combat Covid-19 failed to play a key role in solving the pandemic and now threaten to make such monitoring widely accepted, a new report shows.
BANGKOK/LOS ANGELES (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A landmark lawsuit by Rohingya refugees against Meta Platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook, is a "wake-up call" for social media firms and a test case for courts to limit their immunity, human rights and legal experts said.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Microsoft is set to secure unconditional EU antitrust approval for its $16 billion bid for artificial intelligence and speech technology company Nuance Communications, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
How increasingly sophisticated technology is applied is one of the complexities facing synthetic media software, where machine learning is used to digitally model faces from images and then swap them into films as seamlessly as possible.
(Reuters) - SThree Plc said on Monday that Chief Executive Officer Mark Dorman would be leaving after spending close to three years with the British recruiting firm, while it expected to post a record annual profit as reopening of economies spurred a hiring boom.
Millions of Apple customers in the UK have been overcharged by the tech giant and should share in up to £1.5bil (RM8.37bil) of compensation, the High Court will hear this week.
LONDON (Reuters) - Google, Facebook and other online services should be held legally accountable for advertisements on their platforms in order to prevent fraudsters scamming millions of consumers, a cross-party group of British lawmakers has said.