Less than a week after approving a smartphone app that crowdsources the location of police and protesters in Hong Kong, Apple pulled it from its App Store after Chinese state media blasted the U.S. smartphone giant, saying the app was abetting violence by Hong Kong’s pro-democracy demonstrators. Apple twice rejected the app, HKmap.live, for technical and legal reasons, before eventually...
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Google is finally waking up. After weeks of excitement coursing through tech about OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot, paired with news coverage of how Microsoft plans to incorporate it into products like Bing and Word, Google has made a move. The tech company once seen as a leader in artificial intelligence on Monday unveiled its version of a conversational AI service, which it calls Bard. Google said...
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