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US and China Race to Control the Future Through Artificial Intelligence

US and China Race to Control the Future Through Artificial Intelligence

By Shi Shan and Anne Zhang News Analysis As every aspect of modern life becomes more and more digitized, not just the economies of nations, but their sovereign influence will rely more and more on their command of technology, and especially the emerging technology of artificial intelligence (AI). In the 21st-century information technology revolution, whoever reaches a breakthrough in developing AI…

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Samsung Picks Texas City for $17 Billion Semiconductor Factory, to Create 2,000+ Jobs

By Naveen Anthrappully Samsung announced on Wednesday that it has chosen Taylor, Texas, for its $17 billion advanced chip-manufacturing plant, which is expected to create 2,000 direct high-tech jobs. “The new manufacturing facility will produce advanced logic chips that will power next-generation devices for applications such as mobile, 5G, high-performance computing (HPC), and artificial intelligence (AI),” Texas…

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GoDaddy Gets Hacked, 1.2 Million Customer Accounts Exposed

By Naveen Anthrappully Web registrar and hosting company GoDaddy announced Monday that email addresses of up to 1.2 million active and inactive Managed WordPress customers were accessed by an unauthorized third party using a compromised password. In a disclosure filed with the SEC, GoDaddy Inc. said that the data breach incident was discovered on Nov. 17. “Upon…

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India Rocked by Pegasus Spyware Accusations Against Government

By Anil Sharma India’s Supreme Court decision to investigate the allegations of “unlawful” and “unauthorized” surveillance of its citizens using Israeli spyware has Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government under fire. According to the court order, it’s alleged that the Pegasus spyware—created by Israeli technology firm NSO Group—was used to hack hundreds of phones in India, including those owned…

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Ford Teams Up With Chip Giant GlobalFoundries to Boost US Semiconductor Supply

By Tom Ozimek Ford Motor Co. and U.S.-based chip maker GlobalFoundries have announced a strategic deal that will see the two companies join forces on seeking to boost semiconductor manufacturing and technology development within the United States. The two companies said in a joint release that their “strategic collaboration,” based on a non-binding agreement that does not involve…

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Intel Moves Forward With COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for All US Staff

By Tom Ozimek Intel has told its employees in an internal memo that it will, starting Jan. 4, require employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or receive a medical or religious exemption, as the company moves to comply with the Biden administration’s federal contractor mandate, multiple media outlets have reported. The staff message from the…

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AMD Wins Meta, Microsoft as Clients, Targets Nvidia With Processors

By Benzinga, Anusuya Lahiri Meta Platforms Inc. (FB), or former Facebook, has chosen Advanced Micro Devices Inc.’s (AMD) EPYC chips, the chipmaker declared during its Accelerated Data Center Premiere event. The companies collaborated to develop a high-performance, power-efficient processor based on the company’s 3rd Generation EPYC processor. AMD also announced upcoming EPYC processors codenamed “Genoa”…

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Subspace Rebuilt The Internet For Real-Time Applications

By Bayan Towfiq THE INTERNET WAS DESIGNED TO MOVE DATA WORLDWIDE, and to do so in spite of disruptions from natural disasters, nuclear attacks, or other catastrophes. At first the goal was just to increase the volume of data moving over networks. But with the rising importance of real-time applications like videoconferencing and online gaming, what now matters…

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