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The company announced a strategy that involves new machinery and new technologies. It may get a boost from the US government.
The popular short-video app survived a plan to block it on US phones. Now, it’s mistrusted by both the US and Chinese governments.
Money is pouring into autonomous trucking startups, just as many are souring on the short-term prospects for self-driving cars.
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Misinformation on the cable channel may be responsible for more vaccine hesitancy than the social network.
A new “red team” will try to anticipate and thwart attacks on machine learning programs.
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