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Playing Catch-Up, Germany Throws Money at AI
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Playing Catch-Up, Germany Throws Money at AI

Germany plans to invest more than 3 billion euros ($3.39 million) by 2025 to beef up its artificial intelligence capabilities and appoint 100 professors to lecture...

France to 'Embed' Regulators at Facebook in Fight Against Hate Speech
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France to 'Embed' Regulators at Facebook in Fight Against Hate Speech

In the first move of its kind, Facebook will allow a small number of French regulators to "embed" inside the company and examine how the social media giant combats...

China's Xi Calls for Global Cooperation to Create 'Fairer' Internet
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China's Xi Calls for Global Cooperation to Create 'Fairer' Internet

China's President Xi Jinping called on Wednesday for greater global cooperation in developing the internet and make it more ""fair and equitable", as Beijing seeks...

Russian High Tech Project Flounders After U.S. Sanctions
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Russian High Tech Project Flounders After U.S. Sanctions

U.S. sanctions targeting Russia's nascent high tech industry have caused a Russian microchip company significant financial woes and delayed the launch of an initiative...

As Companies Embrace AI, It's a Job-Seeker's Market
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As Companies Embrace AI, It's a Job-Seeker's Market

Dozens of employers looking to hire the next generation of tech employees descended on the University of California, Berkeley in September to meet students at an...

A Tech Boom in Pittsburgh Brings Hope and Angst
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A Tech Boom in Pittsburgh Brings Hope and Angst

The city of Pittsburgh, the one-time steel capital that's long been a symbol of Rust-Belt decline, is emerging as a vibrant hub for artificial intelligence, robotics...

U.S. Tech Giants Eye AI Key to Unlock China Push
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U.S. Tech Giants Eye AI Key to Unlock China Push

U.S. technology giants, facing tighter content rules in China and the threat of a trade war, are targeting an easier way into the world's second largest economy—artificial...

In Chilean Desert, Global Thirst for Lithium Is Fueling a 'Water War'
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In Chilean Desert, Global Thirst for Lithium Is Fueling a 'Water War'

On Chilean water regulator Oscar Cristi's desk, a small white espresso cup teeters atop piles of documents and loose folders that appear on the point of collapse...

Serbia Turns to Tech Industry to Fight Economic Stagnation
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Serbia Turns to Tech Industry to Fight Economic Stagnation


Hackers at Convention to Ferret Out Election System Bugs
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Hackers at Convention to Ferret Out Election System Bugs

Def Con, one of the world's largest hacker conventions, will serve as a laboratory for breaking into voting machines this week, extending its efforts to identify...

Ding! Alibaba Office App Fuels Backlash Among Some Chinese Workers
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Ding! Alibaba Office App Fuels Backlash Among Some Chinese Workers

In the cramped former home of Jack Ma, founder of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, about thirty young engineers sit elbow-to-elbow, working to attract the...

China's Penetration of Silicon Valley Creates Risks for Startups
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China's Penetration of Silicon Valley Creates Risks for Startups


Asia Pacific's Most Innovative Universities – 2018
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Asia Pacific's Most Innovative Universities – 2018

Every scientist hopes for a "Eureka" moment—the jolt of sudden insight when a discovery becomes clear. But great advances always follow regular progress, and while...

In Silicon Valley, Chinese 'Accelerators' Aim to Bring Startups Home
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In Silicon Valley, Chinese 'Accelerators' Aim to Bring Startups Home

Beijing's unslakeable thirst for the latest technology has spurred a proliferation of "accelerators" in Silicon Valley that aim to identify promising startups and...

Popular Encrypted Email Standards Are Unsafe - European Researchers
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Popular Encrypted Email Standards Are Unsafe - European Researchers

European researchers have found that the popular PGP and S/MIME email encryption standards are vulnerable to being hacked, leading them to urge people using them...

Printing Body Parts in Hospital Shows 3D Tech's Growing Reach
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Printing Body Parts in Hospital Shows 3D Tech's Growing Reach

Three-dimensional printers are letting doctors in Minnesota make simulated body parts in a hospital and a Brooklyn startup create rocket engines designed to put...

Singapore Airport May Use Facial Recognition Systems to Find Late Passengers
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Singapore Airport May Use Facial Recognition Systems to Find Late Passengers

Ever been delayed on a flight because of straggling fellow passengers?

Reuters Top 100: Europe's Most Innovative Universities – 2018
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Reuters Top 100: Europe's Most Innovative Universities – 2018

For the third year running KU Leuven tops Reuters ranking of Europe's most innovative universities, a list that identifies and ranks the educational institutions...

Chips Down: China Aims to Boost Semiconductors as Trade War Looms
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Chips Down: China Aims to Boost Semiconductors as Trade War Looms

Now, as a trade war with the United States looms, a government decision to accelerate the development of the domestic chip industry underlines how far those goals...

Made in China 2025: Beijing's Big Ambitions from Robots to Chips
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Made in China 2025: Beijing's Big Ambitions from Robots to Chips

China is looking to catch up with rivals like the United States and Germany in high-end technology, making a major push with a "Made in China 2025" strategy that...
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