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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In September last year, Google's cloud unit looked into using artificial intelligence to help a financial firm decide whom to lend money to.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Trade Commission will hold its next open meeting on Sept. 15 to hear staff findings on deals that Big Tech firms like Facebook and Apple make which are sometimes too small to spark antitrust scrutiny, the agency said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc is working on a new type of point-of-sale system that can be sold to third-party sellers, Insider reported on Wednesday.
A smoke alarm went off in the International Space Station, following several other issues from the Russian segment of the station.
The Ministry of Transport orders local authorities to enforce driver and vehicle licensing requirements on ride-hailing platforms. Efforts by rivals of market leader Didi Chuxing to attract new drivers have attracted government scrutiny.
BRUSSELS/BANGALURU (Reuters) -Alphabet Inc's Google is being investigated by EU antitrust regulators over whether it may be forcing device makers to use Google Assistant as the default voice assistant on Android devices, news agency MLex reported on Thursday.
Can blockchain work in climate policy? China may use immutable records in green power trading pilot plan as transactions kick off
The scheme will be led by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), and the power distributors State Grid and China Southern Power Grid. A trading centre in Beijing and another one in Guangzhou will be established under the plan.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc is developing a machine learning chip to handle tasks such as content recommendation to users, The Information reported on Thursday, citing two people familiar with the project.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc launched its first smart glasses on Thursday in a step toward its aim of offering true augmented-reality spectacles.
China is planning a major expansion of pumped hydro energy storage – aiming to double it by 2025 – as part of its drive to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030.