Einride will bring its Pods to the US for the first time on GE Appliances' 750-acre Appliance Park campus in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Gartner surveyed more than 2,300 CIOs from 85 countries on how they're spending their budgets.
The company revealed the major backers behind their latest round of funding.
Juniper also unveiled new 6 GHz access points that leverage Mist AI.
The company admitted in May that an old algorithm repeatedly cropped out Black faces in favor of White ones.
C3 AI will expand its offerings to Shell and help with reliability, asset integrity, and process optimization.
Future Wake is a new art piece that uses AI trained on real law enforcement data to predict future fictional police killings.
Generative AI, autonomic systems, hyperautomation and more top Gartner list of top tech trends in 2022
Released on Monday at the Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo Americas, the list covers the tools and technology that will drive innovation in the next year.
One year after Amazon, Microsoft and IBM ended facial recognition sales to police, smaller players fill void
Dozens of smaller facial recognition companies have taken over for Amazon, IBM and Microsoft in providing police departments with tools.
Peachtree Corners, Georgia will serve as the testing ground for a new slate of technology including autonomous vehicles.