The company wants to accelerate local strategy by providing direction to clients as regulatory and compliance requirements increase.
Non-profit AI research organization OpenAI caused quite a stir by showing off a new deep learning approach that creates some fairly convincing english-language paragraphs, launching a new chapter in the "deep fakes" saga. One has only to read a little more closely to see the cracks that betray the lack of logic and consistency.
The EU's new copyright laws will force all websites to check all posts to see if anything ever published might be a copyright violation. That will include photos, videos, words, tweets, memes, source code -- you name it.
So, why would an architecture firm bother experimenting with robots? The automotive industry was revolutionized by robotics, but it's a lot harder to apply robotics to buildings.
Apple's retail store experience appeals to customers who have a place to go for support of their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or computer. Samsung is opening three new stores next week in an attempt to provide more for customers.
Apple has ditched Intel modems and switched over to Qualcomm hardware in the German market in order to bring to an end last year's ban following a patent infringement ruling.
I seem to be someone who buys things on the off chance that they will be useful at some point down the road. Thile there are many times when it doesn't feel like this pays off, some of the weird gadgets that I've picked up ended up being super useful, and have become part of the kit I use.
Samsung's likely tease of a foldable device will highlight something well beyond vaporware, but the use cases remain a bit of a mystery. Maybe it won't matter.