Having let go of over 250 employees at the end of last year, low-code platform provider Airtable has announced more job cuts in order to make the company “cash flow positive.”
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The e-commerce giant has become the latest company to offer generative AI capabilities to its customers, rolling out a new tool that creates copy for sales listings based on written prompts.
Two weeks after Microsoft announced it would start unbundling Teams from Microsoft and Office 365 in an attempt to avoid an EU antitrust investigation, the proposal has reportedly not done enough to satisfy regulators.
As part of its commitment to AI R&D, the UK has announced the development of a new supercomputer and research facility to be housed at the University of Bristol.
The new generative AI image creation and editing tool has been trained on stock images and content in the public domain.
IBM software division employees living within 50 miles of an office globally are now required to be physically present for a minimum of three days a week.
The discovery of 7nm, 5G-enabled chips in Huawei’s latest phone has sparked an investigation by the US Commerce Department into how the country was able to acquire the technology.
The day after it was reported that Apple and Microsoft were contesting the proposed "gatekeeper" status of iMessage and Bing, the European Commission leaves them off the list of services to be regulated by the DMA but announces investigations to “further assess” the companies' arguments.
Chinese internet giant Hunyuan launched its new Hunyuan LLM today, claiming it to be more powerful and intelligent than US -developed ChatGPT and Llama-2.
The UK government has said it will not use the powers granted by the Online Safety Bill to compel companies to scan encrypted messages until it becomes “technical feasible” to do so only for information about exploitation and abuse.
The EU is set to release the list of so-called gatekeepers that will be regulated under the DMA on Wednesday, but Apple and Microsoft have argued that some of their platforms should not be included.
Ahead of the UK government’s AI Safety Summit in November, the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology has outlined the goals it hopes the summit will achieve.
A month after the European Commission launched a formal probe into alleged anti-competitive practices relating to Microsoft's bundling of Teams, the company said it would provide a Teams-less version of Microsoft 365 and Office 365 Oct. 1.
Employees and executives alike are keen to exploit the benefits of AI in the workplace, but a lack of training and guidance has left many fearing they’ll be judged for using it, a survey by Asana found.
Semiconductor Industry Association has alleged that Huawei is attempting to circumvent US export restrictions by building a secret network of chip-making facilities.