Riot Games, a gaming unit of Chinese firm Tencent, said late Monday it would pay $100 million to resolve allegations by a group of women and California government investigators over systemic sex discrimination and harassment at the company. Riot said it would pay $80 million to around 2,400 females—an average of $33,333 per person—who worked at the company in the past seven years, and agree to...
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To Reduce AI Costs, Google Wants to Ditch Broadcom as Its TPU Server Chip Supplier
Google executives have extensively discussed dropping Broadcom as a supplier of artificial intelligence chips as early as 2027, according to a person with direct knowledge of the effort. In that scenario, Google would fully design the chips, known as tensor processing units, in-house, the person said. The move could help Google save billions of dollars in costs annually as it invests heavily in...
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