Tech giants want to build massive, “hyperscale” data centers in the Netherlands. A popular political movement wants them stopped.
Authorities ordered Twitter accounts blocked and the internet shut down as they hunt for Sikh separatist Amritpal Singh Sandhu.
Documents obtained by WIRED confirm that Good Smile, which licenses toy production for Disney, was an investor in the controversial image board.
Tech luminaries, renowned scientists, and Elon Musk warn of an “out-of-control race” to develop and deploy ever-more-powerful AI systems.
The prized retro audio components are mostly manufactured in Russia and China. Now, a small Georgia company is rebooting US production.
The new tool aims to deliver the network insights and coordination that “AI” security systems have long promised.
A spy group working for the Kim regime has been feeding stolen coins into crypto mining services in an effort to throw tracers off their trail.
Startups and investors are rushing to build networks of charging stations. But it’s still unclear when—or if—battery-powered big rigs will rule the roads.
Letting the chatbot interact with the live internet will make it more useful—and more problematic, too.
Selling over livestreams is a $40 billion business in China. But Americans just aren’t responding.