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(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists' work, according to a town hall recording heard by Reuters, part of an effort to quell internal tumult over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research.
Alphabet Inc’s Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists’ work, according to a town hall recording heard by Reuters, part of an effort to quell internal tumult over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin, shares of Tesla and a high-flying exchange traded fund (ETF) fell on Tuesday, retreating from recent rallies in a volatile session that gave investors a gut check.
Bill Gates is aiming to work more closely with Amazon.com Inc chief executive officer Jeff Bezos to combat a climate crisis that the Microsoft Corp co-founder said could dwarf the current pandemic in fatalities and global impact.
Printing 3D steaks may print money for the startups developing them, as the technology comes closer to replicating real, juicy steaks.
Though Elon Musk may be famously erratic, his interest in cryptocurrency seems particularly at odds with his other ventures and sustainability goals.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tesla boss Elon Musk is a poster child of low-carbon technology. Yet the electric carmaker's backing of bitcoin this week could turbo-charge global use of a currency that's estimated to cause more pollution than a small country every year.
Gruenheide, a municipality nearby Germany's capital Berlin, may become the world’s largest battery-cell plant following Tesla's investment plans there.
Indian Government muzzles Twitter as Rihanna, Greta Thunberg add celebrity support for farmer protests
Social media platform Twitter is the eye of a political storm in India after the federal government came down hard on it for unblocking accounts supporting the long-running protests by farmers.
Artificial intelligence already is making strides in the development of new drugs, and now the pesticide industry wants in on the action.