Porsche recalls thousands of Taycans over faulty batteries

Porsche recalls thousands of Taycans over faulty batteries

German sports carmaker Porsche on Thursday confirmed it had recalled several thousand of its electric Taycan model because of risks their batteries could catch fire.
TikTok says will label AI-made videos automatically

TikTok says will label AI-made videos automatically

TikTok on Thursday said it will begin labeling AI-generated content automatically from several platforms, including OpenAI's Dall-E and the company's own tools and generators.
OpenAI gives ChatGPT new powers to see, hear

OpenAI gives ChatGPT new powers to see, hear

OpenAI on Monday released a higher performing and even more human-like version of the artificial intelligence technology that underpins its popular generative tool ChatGPT, making it free to all users.
S. Korea to set up $7-billion aid package for chip industry

S. Korea to set up $7-billion aid package for chip industry

South Korea will set up an aid package worth more than $7 billion to support its chip industry, the finance ministry said Sunday, as part of its drive to boost its critical semiconductor sector.
Microsoft, Amazon to invest billions in French tech

Microsoft, Amazon to invest billions in French tech

Microsoft on Sunday announced four billion euros in investment for developing data centres in France, joining fellow US giant Amazon in committing to the country's tech infrastructure.
US Fed vice chair says interest rates should remain on pause

US Fed vice chair says interest rates should remain on pause

The US central bank should keep interest rates at their current "restrictive" levels until it sees real progress in the fight to lower inflation, a senior Fed official said Monday.
Chinese firms win most bids to explore Iraq oil and gas

Chinese firms win most bids to explore Iraq oil and gas

Chinese energy companies won bids to explore 10 Iraqi oil and gas fields during new licensing rounds, ahead of any other foreign country, Iraq's oil ministry said Monday.
Apple apologizes for iPad 'Crush' ad after backlash

Apple apologizes for iPad 'Crush' ad after backlash

Apple apologized on Thursday after an ad for its latest-edition iPad caused an uproar for showing an industrial press crushing objects linked to human creativity, infuriating artists.
Global car giants seek tech allies in China's cutthroat EV market

Global car giants seek tech allies in China's cutthroat EV market

Struggling foreign automakers in China are looking for help from local tech giants to try to stay competitive in the world's biggest electric car market, where shiny smart screens, assisted driving and sophisticated map technology are in high demand.
Samsung to buy French medical AI firm Sonio

Samsung to buy French medical AI firm Sonio

South Korean tech giant Samsung said Wednesday it will buy French artificial intelligence company Sonio to boost its cutting-edge medical diagnostic systems.
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