Today: April 20, 2024
Today: April 20, 2024


VP Harris says US agencies must show their AI tools aren't harming people's safety or rights

U.S. federal agencies must show that their artificial intelligence tools aren’t harming the public, or stop using them, under new rules unveiled by the White House

China's latest EV is a 'connected' car from smart appliance maker Xiaomi

Xiaomi, a well-known maker of smart consumer electronics in China, is joining the country’s booming but crowded market for electric cars

Dethroned crypto king Sam Bankman-Fried to be sentenced for defrauding FTX investors

Former crypto mogul Sam Bankman-Fried faces the potential of decades in prison when he is sentenced for his role in the 2022 collapse of FTX

Debate emerges over whether modern protections could have saved Baltimore bridge

A debate has emerged over whether modern safety protections could have saved a Baltimore bridge after it was struck by a cargo ship

Trump Media, Reddit surge despite questionable profit prospects, taking on the 'meme stock' mantle

Reddit and Trump Media are the first notable social media companies to begin trading publicly in the last five years

Amazon pours an additional $2.75 billion into AI startup Anthropic

Amazon says it is pouring an additional $2.75 billion into Anthropic, bringing its total investment in the artificial intelligence startup to $4 billion

TikTok is under investigation by the FTC over data practices and could face a lawsuit

A person familiar with the matter says the Federal Trade Commission is investigating TikTok over its data and security practices

Lego head mugshots add to California's debate on policing and privacy

A Southern California police department has been handcuffed by Lego

Kansas moves to join Texas and other states in requiring porn sites to verify people's ages

Kansas is poised to require internet pornography sites to verify that visitors are adults

Dutch hyperloop center aims to advance futuristic transport technology

A 420-meter or quarter-mile white steel tube running alongside a railway line in the windswept northern Netherlands could usher in a new era in the transportation of people and freight

Robots replicate reality: High-tech pitching machine mimics every pitcher

Baseball technology has come a long way since the days of the Iron Mike

Chinese EV makers challenging market leaders at auto show in Bangkok

Chinese electric vehicle makers are showcasing their latest models, including a flying car, as they take on global rivals at the Bangkok International Motor Show

UK court orders to delay extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to US on espionage charges

A British court says Julian Assange can’t immediately be extradited to the U.S. on espionage charges, in a partial victory for the WikiLeaks founder

A London court will rule on whether WikiLeaks founder Assange can challenge extradition to the US

A London court is due to rule whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can challenge extradition to the United States on espionage charges

New Zealand joins the US and the UK in alleging it was targeted by China-backed cyberespionage

New Zealand says hackers linked to the Chinese government targeted its Parliament in 2021

Trump's social media company starts trading on Nasdaq with a market value of almost $6.8 billion

As Donald Trump’s social media company begins trading publicly, would-be investors might ask themselves if the stock is too pricey and potentially too volatile

Tired of AI doomsday tropes, Cohere CEO says his goal is technology that's 'additive to humanity'

Aidan Gomez can take some credit for the ‘T’ at the end of ChatGPT

Judge dismisses lawsuit by Musk's X against nonprofit researchers tracking hate speech on platform

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by Elon Musk’s X Corp. against the non-profit Center for Countering Digital Hate, which has documented the increase in hate speech on the site since it was purchased by the Tesla owner

A London court will rule on Tuesday whether WikiLeaks’ Assange can challenge extradition to the US

A London court is due to rule whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can challenge extradition to the United States on espionage charges

Trump's social media company to start trading on the Nasdaq on Tuesday

Trump Media & Technology Group, whose flagship product is social networking site Truth Social, will begin trading on the Nasdaq stock market on Tuesday

Florida's DeSantis signs one of the country's most restrictive social media bans for minors

Florida will have one of the country’s most restrictive social media bans for minors — if it withstands expected legal challenges

Big brands could pivot easily if TikTok goes away. For many small businesses, it's another story

A lot of “What ifs” still surround a bill the U.S. House passed last week that would mandate TikTok′s Beijing-based parent company to sell its stake in the platform or face a nationwide ban

TikTok bill faces uncertain fate in the Senate as legislation to regulate tech industry has stalled

TikTok’s extensive lobbying campaign is the latest tech industry push since the House passed legislation that would ban the popular app if its China-based owner doesn’t sell its stake

Maple syrup from New Jersey: You got a problem with that?

Welcome to New Jersey, known around the world for Tony Soprano, Turnpike tolls, chemical plants, and

AI chatbots are here to help with your mental health, despite limited evidence they work

A growing number of AI chatbots are being pitched as a way to address the recent mental health crisis among teens and young adults