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Nigeria government launches $618 million tech fund for young investors and startups

Nigeria launched a $618 million fund on Tuesday to support tech and creative sectors for young investors who struggle to raise capital in Africa's largest economy. The fund - targeting…

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Google AI pioneer, Max Tegmark, has left the company to openly discuss the potential dangers of technology and its implications for society. He believes that the public should be aware of the risks and rewards of AI.

Alphabet asked a U.S. federal judge to dismiss US antitrust lawsuit over Google’s online ads

Google parent Alphabet asked a U.S. federal judge on Monday to dismiss a Justice Department lawsuit alleging that the search giant illegally abused its dominance of online advertising. The government, which…

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US regulator take legal action against top crypto exchange Binance, CEO for ‘willful evasion’

The world's biggest crypto exchange Binance and its CEO and founder Changpeng Zhao were sued by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on Monday for operating what the regulator…

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Elon Musk says only verified accounts can vote in Twitter polls from April 15

Elon Musk said on Monday only verified Twitter accounts would be eligible to vote in polls starting April 15, a move that the social media company's CEO believes will address…

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China advise Apple to strengthen data security

China has urged Apple to strengthen its data security and personal privacy protection, the country's state planner said in a statement on Tuesday. Chairman of National Development and Reform Commission Zheng…

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According to a person acquainted with the situation, it has made an offer to CISPE in an effort to resolve the conflict, and conversations are currently taking place.

Microsoft offers to change cloud computing practices after antitrust complaints filed by its smaller rivals

Microsoft has offered to change its cloud computing practices to settle antitrust complaints filed by its smaller rivals in three EU countries to EU antitrust regulators, a person with direct knowledge…

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Apple claims that the Music app's difficulties have been rectified, and additional services are now operational.

Apple introduces buy now, pay later service

iPhone maker Apple Inc on Tuesday launched its buy now, pay later service 'Apple Pay Later' in the U.S. that will allow consumers to pay for purchases over time. The…

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The White House is set to meet with the CEOs of Google and Microsoft to discuss the potential risks of artificial intelligence and how to mitigate them. Join us to learn more about this important conversation.

Germany’s antitrust regulator launches review of Microsoft market power

Germany's antitrust regulator is reviewing Microsoft's market power in a move that could lead to an investigation of the U.S. tech giant's business practices and potential bans if they are found…

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Within Meta's race to keep up with AI

Meta, Google defend Brazilian law on Internet platform responsibility for content posted by users

Meta Platforms Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google defended before the Supreme Court on Tuesday a Brazilian law that holds Internet platforms are not responsible for content posted by users unless they are…

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Artificial intelligence chip startup Cerebras releases open source ChatGPT-like models

Artificial intelligence chip startup Cerebras Systems on Tuesday said it released open source ChatGPT-like models for the research and business community to use for free in an effort to foster…

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