US regulators mull automatic braking systems
The US The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has proposed a rule requiring new cars and trucks to have automatic braking systems capable of preventing collisions.
US China trade war hots up over Micron
Fall out expected
The trade war between the US and China is hotting up over the Middle Kingdom's decision to ban Micron memory products.
US military trialling autonomous F-16 fighter
The US military "is now testing an autonomous F-16 fighter jet, and in simulated dogfighting, the AI already crushes trained human pilots.
Supremes save big tech’s bacon
Recommending terrorist content does not make you liable
Big Tech is sighing in relief after the US Supreme Court has declined to consider reinterpreting foundational Internet law Section 230.
Chinese software engineer charged with stealing Apple car tech
Attempted to get the entire code
A former Apple software engineer has been charged with stealing Apple's autonomous technology for a Chinese self-driving car company, the US Department of Justice announced :
AI makers ask US senate for regulation
Before it is too late
AI bigwigs have been appearing before a US Senate Judiciary subcommittee to ask for some hard and fast regulations before things get out of hand.
Lynch off to face US court
Faces 17 charges for what might have been HP's mess
UK Mike Lynch has been extradited to the United States to face criminal charges over Hewlett Packard's $11 billion acquisition of his software company.
Chinese think they can do AI with weaker chips
Avoiding US sanctions
While the US thinks that it can delay China's rise in power by forbidding the sale of high powered chips to the Middle Kingdom, it seems that is doomed to fail.
FTC asks US companies to use AI nicely
Because there will be no problems if everyone is nice
America's consumer-protecting federal agency, the FTC is asking US companies to be nice when it comes to using customer data on AI systems.
US arrests gamer over Ukraine security leaks
It was a good idea to give a 21-year-old gamer a high-level security clearance
The US has identified and arrested the leader of a small online gaming chat group where a trove of classified US intelligence documents leaked over the last few months.