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The Dutch DPA says Microsoft breaching privacy rules

The Dutch DPA says Microsoft breaching privacy rules

The Dutch Data Protection Agency (DPA) has said that the IT services giant has been collecting more information than it is supposed to, thus, breaching the privacy rules. The company is reportedly bre... Read more

Google and Dell to take out Microsoft with Chromebook laptops

Google and Dell to take out Microsoft with Chromebook laptops

Microsoft has enjoyed unparalleled victories in the field of enterprise computing for many years now, but with the trend of modernization rising in every field, businesses now are always looking for s... Read more

Google Photos now enables you to search for text in pictures

Google Photos now enables you to search for text in pictures

Google rolls out yet another AI feature for its Lens platform, which lets you search for text in your entire Google Photos library that you’ve either shot or uploaded. It also lets you copy and ... Read more

H2O.ai raises $72.5 million in its Series D round

H2O.ai raises $72.5 million in its Series D round

The open source leader in AI, H2O.ai has announced that it has raised $72.5 million in its series D funding round. The round of funding was led by Goldman Sachs and Ping An Global Voyager Fund. Wells ... Read more

Intel reveals more about its exciting NeravnaTM chips

Intel reveals more about its exciting NeravnaTM chips

Turning raw data into information requires the necessary hardware architectures to support the processes and emerging use cases and AI techniques. For this to happen, Intel has been working on bringin... Read more

Former Siri chief heads to Microsoft

Former Siri chief heads to Microsoft

Bill Stasior the former vice president for Apple’s Siri joined Microsoft as the corporate vice president of technology. Since 2016, Microsoft has been upping its potential for AI. The company ha... Read more

DeepMind is collaborating with Ecologists and Conservationists

DeepMind is collaborating with Ecologists and Conservationists

The Alphabet-owned technology company DeepMind is working with ecologists and conservationists to track and count wildlife in Serengeti. The Serengeti region hosts as many as 70 large mammals and 500 ... Read more