Amazon plans to start providing satellite internet service to its first customers in 2024, the company said Tuesday, as it races to catch up with SpaceX’s Starlink. Amazon’s satellite internet division, called Project Kuiper, expects to start mass producing satellites by the end of 2023 and launch its first production satellites in the first six months of next year, the company said in a ...
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Fear and Longing in the AI Wars
Hi, welcome to your Weekend! This is Abe filling in for Jon, who returns as Weekender-in-Chief next Saturday.If the cars, brain implants and spaceships don’t pan out, Elon Musk has a promising future as a fear-monger. His was the leading name attached to a widely discussed open letter published this week that urged a halt in artificial intelligence research, warning that AI poses “profound...
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