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West Virginia's disabled residents and overseas military personnel will be able to vote by smartphone in the US presidential election this year, the latest development in a push to make balloting more accessible despite persistent security fears.
For the last several years, hackers based in China have allegedly been sucking up vast amounts of personal data of US citizens: names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, even fingerprints.
YouTube spent 2019 answering critics with some of the most drastic changes in its 15-year history.
The US is home to five of the world’s top 10 universities in the AI field, which includes computer vision and machine learning, while China has three.
The Chinese government is probably not dramatically outspending the US government on AI research and development, a recent report suggests.
By the time Deb Dellapena arrived for work at Merck & Co’s 90-acre campus north of Philadelphia, there was a handwritten sign on the door: The computers are down.
TikTok, the popular music-video app, is building up its fledgling lobbying operations to counter stepped-up pressure in Washington over its Chinese ownership and wage an escalating battle with Facebook Inc for viewers.
Mark Zuckerberg's social network in Washington is shrinking.
The US government has launched a national security review of the popular music-video app TikTok, which is owned by China’s ByteDance Inc, according to a person familiar with the investigation.