European politicians are nervous about where TikTok’s data goes. The company is spending big on local data centers, but analysts say it’s not enough.
Google’s search dominance is going on trial in the biggest US antitrust case since a crackdown on Big Tech that started in 2019.
A new US government body would force companies to seek a license before working on powerful AI models like OpenAI’s GPT-4, under a bipartisan proposal by senators Richard Blumenthal and Josh Hawley.
The US Digital Service has seen its staff and budget expand under president Biden. Director Mina Hsiang says online government services should be made as compelling as apps from Silicon Valley.
The world needs thousands of new grid battery installations to fight climate change. They rarely catch fire—but many people are skeptical of having one next door.
A law meant to crack down on short-term rentals in New York City took effect Tuesday. Thousands have dropped off the map, but there are still hosts offering bookings that may break the law.
Social media algorithms usually promote biases toward white, thin bodies. Pinterest is using machine learning to surface images of all shapes and sizes.
Two new studies of the potential of text- and image-generating algorithms suggest they could add scary new scale and power to online disinformation campaigns.
Bruce had kind eyes and dressed well. Evelyn fell for him on Hinge, and then he stole $300,000. Now, she’s following the money trail.
Matthew Allen’s AI art won first prize at the Colorado State Fair. But the US government has ruled it can’t be copyrighted because it’s too much “machine” and not enough “human.”