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  1. Samsung in talks with Tesla to make next-gen self-driving chips -Korea Economic Daily | Reuters

    www.reuters.com | 1 min read

    Samsung Electronics is in talks with Tesla to make Tesla's next-generation self-driving chips based on Samsung's 7-nanometre chip production process, a South Korean newspaper reported on Thursday.

  2. Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Paxton Media Group, Targets Data Breach | WKDZ Radio

    www.wkdzradio.com | 2 min read

    A federal lawsuit has been filed against Paxton Media Group, claiming the company had a cyber attack and massive data breach earlier this year, yet waited three or more months to tell more than 20,000 current and

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  3. Techmeme: Stairwell, which scans companies' data to detect if they are compromised or were in the past, raises $20M Series A led by Sequoia and Accel (Carly Page/TechCrunch)

    www.techmeme.com | 1 min read

    By Carly Page / TechCrunch. View the full context on Techmeme.

  4. Techmeme: How TikTok's auto-generation tools helped popularize subtitles in the app, as creators compete for the estimated 75% of users who leave their phones on mute (Brian Contreras/Los Angeles Times)

    www.techmeme.com | 1 min read

    By Brian Contreras / Los Angeles Times. View the full context on Techmeme.

  5. Techmeme: A viral TikTok video from July caused many young women to use Prolific, a survey website for scientists, skewing the demographic data for thousands of studies (Rafi Letzter/The Verge)

    www.techmeme.com | 1 min read

    By Rafi Letzter / The Verge. View the full context on Techmeme.

  6. Machine learning helps scientists identify 'critical genes' in agriculture and medicine

    www.sundayvision.co.ug | 3 min read

    Sept 24 (UPI) – Humans and plants have thousands of genes. Traditionally, studying the function...

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  7. US Army’s tactical network team tests new unified data fabric in Yuma

    www.c4isrnet.com | 3 min read

    The test took place amid a massive sensor-to-shooter experiment called Project Convergence.

  8. Artificial intelligence can reveal climate change tipping points • Earth.com

    www.earth.com | 2 min read

    Artificial intelligence can reveal climate change tipping points • Earth.com

    Related:
    Deep Learning Artificial Intelligence Designed As Early Warning Device to Analyze, Predict Multiple Climate Change Tipping Points | Science Times
    Artificial intelligence could provide ‘early warning system’ for catastrophic climate tipping points

  9. RIT professor wins NSF award to expand capabilities of AI systems using brain-inspired methods

    www.news-medical.net | 3 min read

    The National Science Foundation is giving a Rochester Institute of Technology professor an esteemed award to help him expand the capabilities of artificial intelligence systems using new brain-inspired methods.

  10. Techmeme: A look at serialized story services like Amazon's Kindle Vella, as combined IAP revenue of top 7 services grew an estimated 50% YoY to $12M/mo. in May and July (Todd Bishop/GeekWire)

    www.techmeme.com | 1 min read

    By Todd Bishop / GeekWire. View the full context on Techmeme.

    Related:
    Techmeme: Amazon launches Prime Video Channels in India, offering eight streaming services in one hub with discounted prices for one year (Manish Singh/TechCrunch)

 

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  1. This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through September 25)

    singularityhub.com | 3 min read, listed in European Media Monitor - Machine Learning

    From airborne microchips the size of sand to glow-in-the-dark plants, check out this week's awesome tech stories from around the web.

  2. September | 2021 | Ars Technica

    arstechnica.com | 1 min read, listed in Google Alerts — Daily Digest

  3. Solving the Traveling Salesperson Problem with deep reinforcement learning on Amazon SageMaker | AWS Open Source Blog

    aws.amazon.com | 11 min read, listed in Artificial Intelligence

    The Traveling Salesperson Problem (TSP) is one of the most popular NP-hard combinatorial problems in the theoretical computer science and operations research (OR) community. It asks the following question: “Given a list of cities and the distances between each pair of cities, what is the shortest possible route that visits each city exactly once and […]