Anthony Levandowski, who was a key engineer in Google’s self-driving vehicle program before it became Waymo, has filed for bankruptcy, according to Reuters . The move comes after the long-running legal fight between Google and him finally ended this week. A California state court ruled Levandowski must pay Google $179 million for the way he launched a rival self-driving vehicle startup in 2015...
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Microsoft Is Charging Some Office 365 Customers 40% Extra to Test AI Features
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