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(Reuters) -Facebook Inc's independent oversight board, which on Wednesday upheld the company's ban on former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently consists of 20 members.
Nigeria’s largest investment in solar power, Solar Power Naija, is part of the country’s Covid economic recovery plan and also a step toward solving one of its biggest problems: a lack of reliable electricity.
US colleges and universities rushing to invest in the booming arena of varsity eSports are overwhelmingly committing opportunities and scholarships to male players, according to data collected by The Associated Press.
(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.
Singapore has moved a step closer to a driverless public transport network with the launch of a new trial of self-driving buses.
LONDON, Jan. 26 (Xinhua) -- In November last year, Professor Hannah Cloke's research came to a sudden halt. She had caught COVID-19, and was so unwell that she had to take a step back from her work as a professor of hydrology at the University of Reading.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google this year moved to tighten control over its scientists' papers by launching a "sensitive topics" review, and in at least three cases requested authors refrain from casting its technology in a negative light, according to internal communications and interviews with researchers involved in the work.
David Chen left his native China as a teenager to attend school in Singapore. Little did he know that his adopted city would help him reach the ranks of the ultra-rich.
Chief executives from four of the biggest US technology companies will face a moment of reckoning on July 29 in an extraordinary joint appearance before Congress that will air bipartisan concerns that they are using their dominance to crush rivals at the expense of consumers.