With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything. To help journalists covering the business technology industry stay on top of the week’s most interesting and popular releases, here’s a list of stories from the week that shouldn’t be missed. When individual customers need to produce a large amount of product, the Intel Contracting Division will be given the power to establish production corridors.
The popular website builder and hosting service has announced that it has acquired the domain name registrar service. The deal will allow Squarespace customers to register and manage their domain names through the platform. Hired said it used an independent research firm to survey 229 technology hiring leaders. The participants were paid and kept anonymous.
The number of 4G subscriptions is predicted to decline from 800 million in 2022 to 500 million in 2028. In a complaint to the FTC, Microsoft was accused of using unfair licensing terms to lock customers into its cloud computing business. Europe’s antitrust authority is investigating Microsoft’s licensing agreements that may have discouraged rival cloud usage. Fees to take data out of providers’ clouds have drawn criticism.
It gave either an African American sounding or white sounding name for the fake resume it sent. In order to create a thriving community of artificial intelligence driven initiatives in the region, the ‘Dubai AI & Web 3.0 Campus’ aims to attract global innovators, startup and industry leaders. The DIFC has unveiled plans to establish a campus for artificial intelligence and Web 3.0 companies in the region.
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The headline and excerpt from each story are included in the list below. Clicking on the headlines will show multimedia assets that are available for download. In October last year, the US authorities imposed export restrictions on the supply of a certain range of chip making equipment to China, which called into question the further development of the companies… A European consumer group wants the EU to investigate the potential harms of generative artificial intelligence, a technology that can create realistic content such as images, text and audio. Hired looked at wage gaps in the tech industry and found that Hispanic men, Black men, Hispanic women and Black women were paid more for every dollar a white male counterpart was paid.
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The US Navy, NATO and NASA are some of the agencies that use these chips. It calls for strict regulation and oversight of technology. generative artificial intelligence could be used for malicious purposes, warns the group. The European Bureau of Consumers’ Unions is a group that represents consumer organizations in 13 countries in the EU. The call was issued to coincide with a report from one of its members.
The tech giant is in talks with several Indian manufacturers to assemble their devices in India. Stay up to date with the latest business technology releases from PR Newswire by following the PRNtech account on social media. The finance director said that the coexistence of several technical processes in the Intel production area is justified since the transition to more advanced lithography does not make sense in all areas due to the high cost. The cost of the business comes to the fore, which was not always the case with IDM 1.0.
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The intellectual property of customers is protected and does not affect Intel’s developments in production. The company will not exchange data in any way with its own and third party orders. A list of Chinese companies seeking to win an edge in next generation artificial intelligence includes Jack Ma backed Ant Group Co., which is developing large language model technology. The Federal Trade Commission has been accused of unfair business practices in the cloud by technology trade groups. Hired, a job matching platform based in New York City, reported that interview invitations were sent to men in 38% of job opportunities last year.
According to Intel leadership, a change in business model will allow divisions to quickly transition their products to more advanced technical processes. The contracts division of Intel will be on a level playing field with other players in this market, forcing them to improve technology faster and fight to lower product costs. There will be no restrictions on the hire of third party component releases by Intel’s own developers. Intel will combine chips made by both it and its contractors in the second half of the year, according to its chief financial officer.
Apple opened two retail stores in India earlier this year, after moving some production to the country. Weak infrastructure and unskilled labor make it difficult for U.S. businesses to expand their businesses in India. For more than 65 years, PR Newswire has been the industry leader with the largest, most comprehensive distribution Ideal Logic network of print, radio, magazine, television stations, financial portals, and trade publications. PR Newswire has an unparalleled global reach of over 200,000 publications and 10,000 websites, and is available in more than 170 countries and 40 languages. Consumers and the media should know about the recent press releases. Journalists can set up a custom newsfeed with PR Newswire to be notified of releases that are relevant to their coverage area.
The new “My Nickname IN” and “In Top Nicknames” will be available in India on June 21. The company spent more money on R&D last year than in the previous year. The company is improving tech for distributed databases, computer infrastructure and privacy computing. A number of companies, including its affiliates, are racing against each other. They are following in the footsteps of their US counterparts, who are exploring generative artificial intelligence, which can create original content from poetry to art just with simple user prompts. The percentage of mobile subscriptions that include a phone is expected to rise from 76% in 2021.