The company claims its robotaxi ‘braked aggressively’ when a pedestrian was flung in front of the automated vehicle.
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Microsoft is sharing access to the latest OpenAI text-to-image generator and claims to be taking steps to address safety concerns.
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Sandra Rivera, who leads the chip giant’s data centre and AI division, will take over as CEO of the new standalone PSG business.
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After several months of layoffs and uncertainty, a new report suggests Europe’s young tech workers are feeling more optimistic about work.
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Compliance is mandatory when it comes to DEI for workers with disabilities and extra requirements, says HRLocker’s Crystel Robbins Rynne.
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As a boost to both those employing and those looking for jobs, LinkedIn has new generative AI features to make both tasks easier using natural language.
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We visited Accenture’s ALE Lab to find out about its use as a training facility and innovation space.
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A report by Netscout claims there were 7.9m distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks in the first half of the year, with the rise linked to geopolitical issues.
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O’Sullivan has made significant contributions to the field of constraint programming and is an outspoken academic within the international AI community.
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A spokesperson for Meta said the company will ‘continue to explore options to ensure we comply with evolving regulatory requirements’.
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