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And it begins. Apple Inc now officially faces a double threat on the regulatory front.
Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft have generated a lot of excitement by announcing that they will, at least for a while, stop selling facial recognition software to police departments. Municipalities have imposed moratoriums. Some activists are calling for an outright ban, on the grounds that the technology can disproportionately – and wrongly – identify people of colour as criminals.
Life isn’t about finding perfect solutions but making difficult trade-offs. So it is with the contact-tracing apps that are proliferating faster than I can keep up with.
Quibi’s day of reckoning is coming. It’s not looking good.
The technology already exists to detect most new cases of the novel coronavirus in the United States. And it’s not even that expensive.
It’s finally going to happen. Apple Inc is on the verge of using its own chips over Intel Corp’s for its Mac computers.
Gojek and Grab Holdings Inc have been battling it out for years in the brutal business of ride hailing and food delivery.
The Covid-19 era has led to an explosion of innovation and rapid growth for dozens of smaller technology companies.
Reflecting on seven years as the top technology executive at Uber Technologies Inc, Thuan Pham divides his time there into three “tours of duty”, as he describes them.
Facebook Inc employees became increasingly bold in expressing their dismay at chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg’s decision not to take action on incendiary comments posted to the social network by US President Donald Trump, tweeting out criticisms and staging a virtual walkout.