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China bans Micron chips as tech row with US escalates
The move deepens a dispute between the US and China over technology and security.
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Contending with drought, French golf courses keep heads above water
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OpenAI launches free ChatGPT app on iPhones
The free app of the wildly popular chatbot from OpenAI boasts new features like asking questions using your voice.
Why are semiconductors at the heart of a ‘technology cold war’?
A trillion-dollar market, chips are at the heart of a tech ‘cold war’ growing in intensity. Here’s everything you need to know about the tiny electronic circuit that is powering modern technologies.
This flower-like electrode could make brain surgery less invasive
The flower-shaped device can fit through a small hole in the skull and then gently unfold to monitor the brain.
Mice: The unsung heroes of scientific discovery
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US airports are testing facial recognition technology
Authorities say it will speed up identity checks at security, but critics are worried about bias in the algorithm and how people’s data will be used.
Elon Musk announces woman will take over as CEO of Twitter
Analysts following Twitter's business have welcomed the news without knowing who the replacement will be.
MEPs push to bring chatbots in line with EU's fundamental rights
MEPs want chatbots to include safeguards that will prevent them from generating content that is illegal under EU law.
This 3D-printed fish could help prevent our oceans being emptied
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Warfare's brave new world enters a military moral maze
Experts discuss the ethical and legal dilemmas thrown up by rapid advances in battlefield technology such as AI, machine learning and robotics.
Biden and Harris meet with Big Tech CEOs to address AI threats
The Biden administration spoke to Google, Microsoft, and others at the White House to address key concerns around artificial intelligence (AI).
‘Godfather of AI' quits Google to freely warn of the tech's dangers
Geoffrey Hinton, 75, says he now regrets having devoted his career to AI: “I console myself with the normal excuse: If I hadn’t done it, somebody else would have”.
Why London is still a hub for European tech jobs post-Brexit
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Google, Facebook, Twitter among companies under stricter EU rules
Tech companies with over 45 million active monthly users are considered "very large" by the European Commission and have to respect certain privacy and transparency obligations.