AI Chip start-ups interesting Wall Street
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Nvidia rivals 

The cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street are starting to get interested in chip startups lured by their promises of AI and special-purpose processors that can efficiently run machine-learning algorithms.

Xilinx Introduces Kria Portfolio of Adaptive System-on-Modules
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For Accelerating Innovation and AI Applications at the Edge

Xilinx has been massively expanding its portfolio, and it wants to address a new market with Kria branded adaptive system on modules (SOMs). These modules can save a lot of time to market and enable partners to bring their products to the end customers.

Google translation tools are creating a legal mess
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We did warn you

Translation tools from Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop.

Koreans must work alongside robots
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AI and automation will change the country

According to  South Korea's labour minister, humans are going to have to work alongside machines if they want to thrive in a post-pandemic world where many jobs will be handled by artificial intelligence and robots.

EU to ban AI for mass surveillance or for ranking social behaviour
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Thanks to Brexit, UK can still do it


The European Union is poised to ban governments and companies from using ban AI for mass surveillance or for ranking social behaviour.