Apple CEO Tim Cook ratcheted up the rhetoric around user privacy as tech rivals Facebook and Google continue to struggle with the issue. In a speech in Brussels, Mr. Cook praised Europe’s GDPR privacy protections, while calling on the U.S. to pass similarly stringent privacy laws. Mr. Cook spoke about how user data was being harvested in ways that are ultimately harmful to people. “Our own...
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Nvidia’s ambition to compete with Amazon Web Services is growing. Nvidia is best known for designing server chips for artificial intelligence, but it has been running a nascent cloud service for corporate customers that develop AI with those chips. Nvidia operates the service, DGX Cloud, with servers located in the data centers of Microsoft, Oracle and Google, which limits what Nvidia can...
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