Bill Gates praises artificial intelligence in blog post, calling it 'revolutionary'
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Tuesday described artificial intelligence (AI) as "revolutionary" and said it will need "rules of the road" as it continues to develop.
Zuckerberg says new Meta team to work on 'AI personas,' other features
Mark Zuckerberg on Monday announced a new team is being formed at Facebook parent Meta Platforms whose work is supposed to bring generative AI-based features.
Brain implant thinner than hair: How a novel technology may allow people to use devices with their mind
Precision Neuroscience is introducing a breakthrough in medical science, which will allow those who live with limited-mobility conditions to manipulate electronics with their minds.
School districts blocking ChatGPT amid fears of cheating, educators weigh in on AI
School districts are banning a new artificial intelligence-powered chatbot that can respond to prompts on demand, such as writing complex essays.
Advent to buy Maxar Technologies for about $4B
The company, whose origins date back to 1957, has 90 satellites in orbit, counts 70 countries among its customers and employs 4,400 people, according to its website.
IBM launches its most powerful quantum computer with 433 qubits
Quantum computers are one day expected to speed up certain calculations millions of times faster than the fastest super computers today. IBM is calling the system Quantum System Two.
Amazon's Project Kuiper broadband initiative to launch two internet satellites by 2022
Amazon said Monday its “Project Kuiper” initiative will launch its first two broadband satellites into orbit during the fourth quarter of 2022, setting up a future competition with Elon Musk’s SpaceX and its “Starlink” internet initiative.
Erika Andersen: Five ways to make change faster, easier, and less painful
Why is the idea of change – especially change imposed upon us – so often unwelcome? We have to change our thinking about change.
Billionaire entrepreneur Marc Lore wants to build nation’s first woke city
Former Walmart executive and e-commerce billionaire Marc Lore wants to build the world’s first woke city from scratch — somewhere in the US.
Alphabet's Waymo launches autonomous taxi service test in San Francisco
Waymo, Aphabet's autonomous driving tech company, is testing out its taxi service in San Francisco.
Stuart Varney ‘mourns’ end of Reagan revolution
FOX Business' Stuart Varney looks back on the impact of the invention of IBM’s first home computer and President Reagan’s tax cuts.
'Bar Rescue's' Jon Taffer says technology, robots the answer to worker shortage
"Bar Rescue" host Jon Taffer on why he believes robots can help the restaurant worker shortage.
Bill Gates' next generation nuclear reactor to be built in Wyoming
Billionaire Bill Gates' advanced nuclear reactor company TerraPower LLC and PacifiCorp have selected Wyoming to launch the first Natrium reactor project on the site of a retiring coal plant, the state's governor said on Wednesday.
Russian lawmaker eyes Zoom ban if it halts sales to state institutions
A lawmaker from Russia's ruling party floated the idea of banning Zoom on Wednesday after the video conferencing company reportedly told its distributors to stop selling subscriptions to Russian state institutions
Microsoft wins $21B Army contract to supply HoloLens augmented reality headsets
The Pentagon awarded a long-term contract to Microsoft to build more than 120,000 augmented reality headsets for the U.S. Army, officials said on Wednesday.
Cameo aims to connect celebrities with fans and it’s now worth $1B
The startup behind online service Cameo tripled its valuation to more than $1 billion after raising more capital, reflecting a hot market for platforms that help celebrities and content creators make money from their fan bases
Facebook reveals more details about future smart glasses that Mark Zuckerberg says will ‘teleport’ you
Facebook wants your virtual interactions to be more like in-person experiences.
NBA makes blockchain play with Mark Cuban, other team owners: Report
Dubbed the “Blockchain Advisory Subcommittee,” the six-member group includes billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis and Brooklyn Nets owner Joseph Tsai.
Crypto industry to Biden: 'Criminals we are not'
The cryptocurrency business wants to convince the Biden administration it does more than “finance criminal enterprises.”
Flying taxi network in LA could take off soon
Archer co-CEO Adam Goldstein discusses getting flying taxis to the market by 2024.