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What is deep learning? Everything you need to know

The lowdown on deep learning, including how it relates to the wider field of machine learning and how to get started.

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AI can 'disproportionately' help defend against cybersecurity threats, Google CEO Sundar Pichai says

Rapid developments in artificial intelligence could help strengthen defenses against security threats in cyber space, according to Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

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Ride-hailing giant Grab posts first profitable quarter, announces $500 million share buyback

On Thursday, Grab posted its first-ever profitable quarter, raking in $11 million in profit.

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Google stops Gemini AI chatbot from generating images of people after inaccuracies in race depiction

Users posted screenshots of historically white-dominated scenes with racially diverse characters that Gemini generated, raising questions about whether Google is overcorrecting for the risk of racial bias.

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Reddit files publicly for IPO, trumpeting AI deals as revenue source and listing OpenAI’s Altman as major shareholder

Artificial intelligence will become an important part of Reddit’s business, the San Francisco-based social media company says.

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Vice Media stops publishing on site and cuts jobs

Vice Media Group filed for bankruptcy in May and was bought by Fortress Investment Group.

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AT&T cellular service restored after daylong outage; cause still unknown

A cellular outage Thursday hit thousands of AT&T users in the United States, disrupting calls, text messages and emergency services in major cities.

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Reddit files to list IPO on NYSE under the ticker RDDT

Reddit's debut will mark the first major tech initial public offering of the year and the first social media IPO since Pinterest went public in 2019.

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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman stands to net millions as Reddit goes public

Sam Altman used Reddit every day for years before leading a $50 million round in the online discussion board company. Now Reddit sees ChatGPT as competition.

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Block shares surge as much as 14% after company announces surprise profit

There was particularly strong growth in Block's payment platform, Cash App, and its point-of-sale suite, Square.

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Why some cyber-attacks hit harder than others

The British Library has been hobbled for months by a cyber-attack and experts warn of similar damage ahead.

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The 'mind-bending' bionic arm powered by AI

BBC Click reporter Paul Carter tries out a high-tech prosthetic promising a 'full range of human motion'.

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Reddit moves forward with share listing plan

The filing offers a glimpse of the company's efforts to turn online popularity into profit.

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Why ChatGPT answered queries in gibberish on Tuesday

This week, the popular chatbot's behavior went well beyond hallucinations, but it's better now. And there's a lesson for all of us.

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Adobe unveils new AI-powered audio features in Premiere Pro

Instead of manually adjusting dialogue for quality and clarity, have AI do it for you with one click.

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China tech firm claimed it could hack Foreign Office

A Chinese company claimed it had the ability to hack the UK's Foreign Office, leaked documents suggest.

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Nvidia shares pop 16% after AI-fueled bumper earnings

Nvidia chips are used to train the huge AI models such as those developed by Microsoft and Meta.

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San Jose bakery loses thousands of dollars after Tesla reportedly cancels large order

Two days after taking a job for Tesla, owner of The Giving Pies got a simple text message canceling the order.

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AI and semiconductor stocks surge after Nvidia's earnings beat

Following Nvidia's earnings report, share prices of rivals Advanced Micro Devices and SoftBank-backed U.K. chip designer Arm Holdings also made gains.

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The best phones of 2024: Expert tested and reviewed

From the titanium iPhones to AI-powered Androids, ZDNET tested just about every major release over the past year. These are our picks for the best phones.

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Get two charging cables with 6-in-1 connectivity for $35 this week

The InCharge® X Max 100W 6-in-1 Charging Cable features ultra-fast charging, data transfer support, and more.

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I confused Google's most advanced AI - but don't laugh because programming is hard

Let's explore Google's newest AI smarts: See how Gemini Advanced's Python editing feature blends technology with unintended entertainment

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Charge multiple devices wirelessly with this limited-time $40 deal

The Fast Charge 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Hub can charge four devices at a time, three wirelessly.

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Why Google just banned Gemini from generating images of people

After less than a month in Gemini, Google's AI text-to-image generator is already in hot water.

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Get open-ear wireless headphones for only $30 this week

Using induction technology, these headphones send music to your inner ear with crisp, clear sound.

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AT&T says cell network restored after outage

Thousands of customers lost phone service earlier in the day.

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Stable Diffusion 3 rolls out in early preview - here's how to access it

Stability AI's new text-to-image model boasts better performance, higher image quality - and it can spell!

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The best mesh Wi-Fi routers of 2024: Expert recommended

ZDNET's recommendations for the top mesh Wi-Fi systems include options from TP-Link, Netgear, Amazon, and more.

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Get Nomad iPhone cases for 30% off right now

For a limited time only, Nomad is offering overstock deals on iPhone cases and other products. Don't miss out.

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Get the Bose QuietComfort 2 earbuds for $80 cheaper right now

We love the Bose QuietComfort earbud lineup for its excellent noise cancellation and unrivaled sound, and right now the QuietComfort 2 earbuds are $80 off at Best Buy.

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I recorded spatial videos to view on Vision Pro and Quest 3 and you can download them

I captured spatial videos at CES 2024 and MIT Reality Hack and you can download them for free and watch them -- even without a $3,500 headset.

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The best portable jump starters of 2024: Expert tested

We tested the best portable jump starters from Stanley, Nexpow, and more to help you build your roadside emergency kit.

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The best VPN routers of 2024

We found the best routers on the market with built-in VPNs or easy VPN installation to combine privacy, security, and speedy Wi-Fi.

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Google Pixel 8 Pro review: Five months later, still the AI phone to beat in 2024

The latest Pixel phones continue to leave me delighted, dazed, and scratching my head in the best way possible.

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I finally found a reliable wireless charger for all of my Pixel devices

If you're looking for a single wireless charger for your Pixel phone, Watch, and Pro earbuds, Amazon has just what you're looking for.

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Upgrade to Windows 11 Pro for $40 right now

Buy a lifetime license to Windows 11 Pro to get advanced security features and better performance at a big discount.

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The best sleep headphones of 2024: Expert tested

Get better sleep with the best sleep headphones we've tested.

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Critics say Final Fantasy Rebirth a stunning sequel

Reviews of the highly anticipated follow-up to 2020's Remake praise its open world and story.

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Google to fix AI picture bot after 'woke' criticism

Users fault Gemini for generating diverse images in inappropriate historical contexts.

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Chinese tech giant Lenovo doubles down on AI after world’s largest PC maker posts first quarterly revenue growth since late 2022

Lenovo’s sharpened focus on artificial intelligence reflects the personal computer industry’s response to a projected shift in demand for machines that support the technology.

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Google pauses Gemini AI image generator after it created inaccurate historical pictures

Google on Thursday said it is pausing its Gemini artificial intelligence image generation feature, after saying it offered "inaccuracies" in historical pictures.

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Autonomous cars: Chinese start-up Haomo, backed by Great Wall Motor, raises fresh capital to develop driverless tech

Haomo.AI, an autonomous driving technology start-up backed by Great Wall Motor, has raised 100 million yuan (US$13.9 million) in a new round of financing buoyed by Chinese drivers’ growing appetite for intelligent vehicles.

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Tech war: Nvidia sampling alternative AI chips to China as US restrictions take a toll there

US chip giant Nvidia said it has started shipping alternative GPU samples to Chinese customers as Washington’s restrictions on the export of advanced chips to China begin to take a toll on revenues.

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Nvidia boss sees AI 'tipping point' as sales soar

The artificial intelligence boom has helped Nvidia become one of the most valuable firms in the US.

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Google to start manufacturing Pixel smartphones in India by next quarter

This comes as the U.S. tech giant plans to diversify its supply chains away from China.

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Delivery Hero ends talks to sell Foodpanda in Southeast Asia after months of negotiations

Delivery Hero has terminated negotiations with an undisclosed third party regarding the sale of its Foodpanda business in some Southeast Asian markets.

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Nvidia posts revenue up 265% on booming AI business

Nvidia's total revenue rose 265% from a year ago, based on strong sales for AI chips for servers.

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US targets China’s top chipmaking plant after Huawei Mate 60 Pro, sources say

The US is turning up the heat on China’s top chip maker SMIC by cutting off its most advanced factory from more American imports after it made a sophisticated chip for Huawei’s Mate 60 Pro phone.

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Apple boosts iMessage encryption to thwart future quantum computing attacks from hackers

The company says its latest upgrade makes iMessage more secure than WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype, QQ, WeChat – or even Signal.

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Tesla faces hurdle in Germany as locals vote to oppose factory expansion

Tesla failed to secure locals' vote to authorize a major factory expansion for the company's battery and car assembly plant in Brandenburg, Germany.

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Nvidia expects threefold jump in quarterly sales, beating estimates and sending stock up as AI demand remains high

The AI poster child’s revenue has continued to grow despite tightened restrictions on trade with one of its largest markets: China.

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How AI is helping the search for extraterrestrial life

Artificial intelligence software is being used to look for signs of alien lifeforms.

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Which were the most used apps during Lunar New Year? Familiar names like Tencent and ByteDance dominated top 5

Tencent and ByteDance each had two apps in the top five, with four of the five being more than a decade old, according to MIIT report on Lunar New Year period usage.

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Nvidia's Data Center business is booming, up more than 400% since last year to $18.4 billion in fourth-quarter sales

Nvidia's Data Center business just logged $18.4 billion in fourth-quarter sales.

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Palo Alto Networks shares drop most since 2012 IPO

While the demand picture hasn't changed, Palo Alto Networks will take a hit as it tries to get clients using multiple products to combat "spending fatigue."

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Palo Alto Networks shares plunge after company cuts full-year billings, revenue guidance

Palo Alto Networks shares fell after the cybersecurity company revised full-year guidance lower and issued weaker-than-expected guidance for the next quarter.

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Xbox games coming to Nintendo Switch and PS5 named

Microsoft's Grounded, Pentiment, Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves are being made available to rivals.

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EV boat maker Arc debuts a premium wake sport model for $258,000

Founded by ex-SpaceX engineer Ryan Cook, and repeat entrepreneur Mitch Lee, Arc Boat Co. is on a mission to make wake sports and boating cleaner and quieter.

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Apple releases free new sports app for iPhone

Apple announced its free Apple Sports app on Wednesday. It launches Feb. 21 in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.

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Chinese fintech firm claims priority access to Sora API through Microsoft amid new text-to-video AI frenzy

Beijing-based Sinodata said a deal with Microsoft will give it priority access to OpenAI’s new Sora model when it is available on Azure.

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Don't dry your iPhone in a bag of rice, says Apple

The popular remedy risks "small particles" entering the phone and causing damage, new advice says.

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China’s foldable smartphone shipments more than double in 2023, as Huawei continues to lead the growing handset segment

Mainland shipments of foldable smartphones reached 7.01 million units last year, up 114 per cent from 3.2 million in 2022, according to tech market research firm IDC.

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Nearly all doctors feel burnout, but many are encouraged by potential of AI, survey says

Doctors are struggling with burnout, staffing shortages and overwhelming administrative workloads, but many believe AI can help, a new survey found.

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Saudi Arabia’s US$100 billion investment firm Alat piles into SoftBank and Dahua Technology

The moves underscore Saudi Arabia’s commitment to transform itself from an oil-dependent economy to a powerhouse that makes money on everything from tech to metals, mining and tourism.

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Netflix, Amazon could face tariffs on digital trade as Indonesia, India look to end tax moratorium

Indonesia, India and South Africa are major holdouts in renewing a digital trade tariff moratorium that has been continuously renewed since 1998.

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Electric vehicles: Chinese robot chargers start-up GGSN eyes investors, international expansion via new Hong Kong facilities

GGSN, which is partly owned by New World Group, is in talks to set up research, product development and marketing facilities in Hong Kong, where it hopes to demonstrate its autonomous charging devices in the car parks of offices and malls.

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Shares of supplier TSMC, chip equipment maker ASML fall ahead of Nvidia's earnings report

Wall Street will parse commentary from Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang for an indication of how long the company's massive growth can last.

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Jeff Bezos unloads around $2.4 billion in Amazon stock, bringing recent sales to 50 million shares

Bezos has been aggressively selling Amazon stock since he disclosed a plan to sell up to 50 million shares in the company before Jan. 31, 2025.

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Apple operating chief Jeff Williams makes rare Taiwan visit to attend gala of iPhone maker Foxconn

Jeff Williams was a guest of honour at a gala celebrating the iPhone assembler’s 50th anniversary, also attended by SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son and Arm boss Rene Haas.

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Uber Eats to begin self-driving robot deliveries in Japan

The sidewalk robot deliveries are set to start by the end of March in a select area of Tokyo.

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Skull and Bones, Singapore's first major video game title, launches to mixed reviews after decade-long wait

Ubisoft Singapore officially launched its first major video game, Skull And Bones on Friday, ending an usually long development saga that spanned over a decade.

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Amazon to replace Walgreens in Dow Industrial Average next week

The change will give investors greater exposure to consumer retail, as well as cloud infrastructure and advertising.

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Crown Castle co-founder launches proxy fight after Elliott rejection

Miller, who left Crown Castle more than two decades ago, called Elliott's cooperation agreement with the company "coercive and disenfranchising."

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Adobe launches AI assistant that can search and summarize PDFs

Adobe launched an artificial intelligence assistant that can produce summaries of and answer questions about PDF documents.

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Tinder introduces passport-scanning ID checks

The dating app, which has been targeted by scammers, has previously trialled the system in Australia

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X briefly suspends account of Alexei Navalny's widow

The social media platform - formerly Twitter - says Yulia Navalny's account was "mistakenly" blocked.

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Chinese chip maker vows no mercy for former chairman sentenced to 4 years in prison for abuse of funds and bribery

Chip designer Ningbo Semiconductor International, an affiliate of SMIC, said it will not enter into any settlement with its founder Huang He.

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Nvidia faces stiff test on Wall Street this week after 'parabolic' stock rally

Even if Nvidia shows incredible growth, it could still come up short of elevated expectations given the stock's fivefold increase since the end of 2022.

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China’s EV price war to hot up as carmakers respond to BYD’s discounts and apply more pressure on petrol vehicle industry

Analysts says lower battery costs are enabling EV makers to discount prices amid tougher competition and efforts to take more share from petrol car manufacturers.

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Chinese start-up Moonshot AI raises US$1 billion in funding round led by Alibaba and VC HongShan amid strong interest for OpenAI-type firms

Beijing-based Moonshot AI, known in Chinese as Yuezhi Anmian, was valued at about US$2.5 billion in its latest funding round.

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Elon Musk says first Neuralink patient can control a computer mouse through thinking

A patient implanted with Neuralink's brain technology can now control a computer mouse just by thinking, the company's founder Elon Musk said.

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UK leads disruption of biggest cyber-criminal gang

LockBit is a criminal gang that uses its software to steal sensitive data until a ransom is paid.

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Chinese EV maker Xpeng unveils capex blitz as it sees no let-up in market bloodbath

Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Xpeng will spend a record 3.5 billion yuan (US$486 million) in 2024 and hire 4,000 new workers, as it unveils plans to churn out 30 new models over the next three years.

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Tech war: SMIC, Huawei projects among top government-supported endeavours in 2024

SMIC and Huawei, two key players in Beijing’s efforts to defeat US sanctions on advanced chips, are among the country’s top recipients of local government funding this year.

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Chinese driverless AI firm Westwell to invest HK$300 million to attract research talent for new Hong Kong headquarters

Westwell, a Chinese developer of AI chips for autonomous vehicles, plans to invest HK$300 million (US$39.36 million) in the next five years to attract global talent to its new international HQ in Hong Kong.

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India’s Zee Entertainment pops 10% on report that $10 billion merger with Sony is being revived

Sony first proposed to combine its India entertainment business with Zee in December 2021. Those negotiations collapsed after more than two years.

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Dutch government says China seeks military advantage from ASML tools

Fears that ASML’s chip-making equipment will be used for Chinese military ends underlie recent decisions to deny the company export licences, the Dutch trade minister told parliament.

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TikTok faces threat of hefty fine as EU opens formal investigation over potential breach of Digital Services Act

TikTok owner ByteDance could face fines of up to 6 per cent of its global turnover if its popular short video app business is found guilty of breaching the European Union's Digital Services Act.

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Chinese entrepreneurs express awe and fear of OpenAI’s Sora text-to-video generator, as US sanctions weigh on AI race

Business leaders say Sora could propel the industry forward but expressed concern that US sanctions could prevent China from keeping up.

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The staff shortage in India's special effects industry

With international studios sending more work to India, the industry is struggling to train enough staff.

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Hong Kong picked by Chinese AI logistics firm Westwell to host international headquarters, research centre

Westwell, which makes AI chips and autonomous vehicles for the logistics industry, inaugurates on Tuesday its international headquarters in Hong Kong as a springboard to global expansion.

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US awards US$1.5 billion to GlobalFoundries for domestic semiconductor production

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said: ‘The chips that GlobalFoundries will make … are essential chips to our national security.’

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Chinese EV maker Human Horizons suspends manufacture of luxury HiPhi brand for 6 months as market competition intensifies

Shanghai-based Human Horizons told its employees on Sunday that it was implementing a six-month suspension of its luxury HiPhi brand, effective immediately, according to local financial media outlet Jiemian.

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JD.com considers takeover bid for UK electronics retailer Currys as China’s e-commerce giants look overseas

Possible bid by JD for UK’s Currys comes as China’s big e-commerce players continue to look overseas for growth amid rising competition and economic headwinds at home.

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Chinese smartphone vendors from Meizu to Oppo step up AI integration in their devices amid expected industry recovery in 2024

Increased artificial intelligence integration in Chinese handsets shows how a new tech arms race in the smartphone industry is heating up, as the global market is poised for a recovery in 2024.

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Saudi Arabian conglomerate Ajlan eyes ‘mega deals’ with Chinese companies in tech, new energy, petrochemical sectors

The private conglomerate headquartered in Riyadh aims to make strategic investments by acquiring equity stakes, providing financial expertise, and offering legal advice to leading players in these industries.

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How Chinese start-up Flextail is looking to take the puff out of hiking with its ultra-lightweight outdoor equipment

After success in entering international markets, start-up Flextail is now targeting China with its array of ultra-lightweight hiking and camping equipment.

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Chinese start-up EmdoorVR counts on Apple Vision Pro lookalike to break into consumer headset market

Shenzhen-based headset maker EmdoorVR is hoping to leverage the interest around Apple’s Vision Pro to survive a slowdown in the VR and AR industry.

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Big tech vows action on 'deceptive' AI in elections

Twenty firms have signed an accord pledging to stop voters being deceived but critics say it lacks teeth.

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ByteDance founder Zhang asks village to remove stone tablet that calls him a ‘spiritual idol’, according to reports

ByteDance founder reportedly asked village in Fujian province to remove the commemorative stone tablet amid online speculation.

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China aims to plug gap between lab and market in hi-tech push with patent rule changes

An Economic Daily commentary on Friday said China’s universities and research institutions need to expedite the issuance of high-value patents, as Beijing seeks to mitigate US tech curbs and drive sustainable economic growth.

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Overseas Chinese tourists boost consumer spending in Year of the Dragon as Alipay transactions increase 7 per cent from 2019

The Year of the Dragon may have signalled the return of the overseas Chinese tourist, with preliminary data from Alipay showing a 7 per cent increase in transactions this year compared with 2019.

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YouTube co-founder Steve Chen returns to Taiwan to tap tech talent, link island with Silicon Valley

Following many lucrative years in California, YouTube co-founder Steve Chen has come back to his home of Taiwan to build bridges between the island’s tech talent and the experience and resources of Silicon Valley.

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The brewing secrets behind tastier no-alcohol beer

There's huge demand for low and no-alcohol beer and breweries are competing for the best flavour.

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Apple up against stiff competition in China as rivals race ahead with generative AI and foldable designs

Apple is under pressure from resurgent rivals in mainland China market as consumers opt for foldable smartphones with more AI features.

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Xbox, Nintendo or PlayStation: does it still matter?

Why the war between the big games console makers may be coming to an end.

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Facebook £3bn legal action given go-ahead in London

A mass legal action alleges Facebook abused its dominance to monetise 45 million UK users' personal data.

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X accused of taking payments from terrorists

Campaigners at the Tech Transparency Project in the US found paid-for features for organisations.

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Apple’s Vision Pro raises interest for extended reality technology, spurring broader demand for more affordable headsets, Rokid CEO says

Rokid chief executive Misa Zhu Mingming said Apple’s Vision Pro headset is expected to spur broader demand for more affordable and ergonomically designed AR and VR wearable devices.

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How tech firms can do their part to end migrants’ suffering

The plight of US-bound Chinese migrants duped by false information on social media highlights how people smugglers prey on those seeking a better life. Tech companies must work with governments and civil society organisations to remove misinformation online that promotes illegal activity.

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Proposed TikTok ban for kids fails in Virginia’s Legislature

A Republican Party legislative effort to prevent children in the US state of Virginia from using video-sharing app TikTok died this week in the Democratic-controlled Legislature.

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US-China tech war: Dutch chip tool giant ASML says geopolitics, new export curbs remain risks

The firm says it faces new competition from rival companies ‘driven by the ambition of self-sufficiency in the geopolitical context’.

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Chip giant Nvidia is worth more than Google owner Alphabet, a day after surpassing Amazon in value

The stock, boosted by demand for its processors, is one of the few firms to have achieved significant revenue growth from AI.

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Offenders confused about ethics of AI child abuse

A charity warns that creating or viewing such images is still illegal, even if the children are not real.

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Asian private credit players rush to bridge funding gap at SMEs and in sectors like education, technology

Asia’s small and medium sized-enterprises and sectors like technology and education have a widening funding gap, and private credit players are seeing lending opportunities here.

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China seeks revision of anti-money-laundering law to address risks related to cryptocurrencies and other virtual assets

The proposed amendment to the country’s Anti-Money-Laundering Law is expected to be passed next year.

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South Korea’s major video gaming companies bet big on China’s continued openness to franchises with proven track record overseas

At least 18 South Korean video games have been granted licences for commercial release in mainland China since late 2022.

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Temu splashes out on Super Bowl ads as interest on the Chinese e-commerce app fades among US shoppers

The number of Americans shopping on Temu is falling, and many users plan to shop less on the app, according to recent surveys.

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From AI-powered bunnies to ‘live’ figures, start-up reinvents smart toys with ChatGPT-like tech and China-designed chips

Shanghai-based FoloToy is partnering with toymakers to upgrade traditional playthings with generative AI, creating interactive companions that can tell stories and hold natural conversations.

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'AI won't steal your job, but people using it may'

Hovhannes Avoyan, founder of picture and video editing app Picsart, shares his advice for our CEO Secrets series.

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OpenAI CEO Altman says UAE could serve as an AI ‘regulatory sandbox’ for the world

Altman says UAE could be a leader in discussions about global regulation of AI technologies.

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AI: US and China must rise above a zero-sum race

As the dominant AI power, the US should understand that its latest salvo in the tech war risks undermining technological advances that depend on collaboration as much as competition.

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Chinese biotech firm Wuxi AppTec should be sanctioned as a security threat, US lawmakers tell White House officials

In a letter dated February 12, the lawmakers told Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo that the global pharmaceutical giant’s links to China’s Communist Party and military threatened US national security.

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The robots delivering takeaways to Edinburgh students

A trial is under way at the University of Edinburgh using autonomous vehicles to deliver food.

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Guinea pigs in luxury shed become TikTok hit

More than 140 of the animals live in the air-conditioned shed - dubbed "the Ritz".

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