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Undersecretary of the Army Gabe Camarillo sits down ahead of his question-and-answer session at the annual Defense News Conference on Sept. 7.

White House AI ‘Bill of Rights’ Could Endanger National Security

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy has proposed guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence in its Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights. While the plan emphasizes the fundamental rights and principles of our democracy and lists examples of the harm AI can cause, it falls short of how to put …

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Hong Kong Internet Rally goes free solo on the Wall of Worry

Hong Kong Internet Rally goes free solo on the Wall of Worry

China last night CraneShares New keys Asian stocks were mixed/mostly down as Hong Kong outperformed significantly, India managed a small gain and the Philippines closed for the Immaculate Conception. Asian investors applauded the ten measures reminiscent of COVID restrictions and the strong statement from the mainland media following the Politburo meeting, which bears repeating: “… …

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Virtual Reality: The New Healthcare Training Tool - MedCity News

Virtual Reality: The New Healthcare Training Tool – MedCity News

I don’t think anyone can really be prepared for their first use of a VR headset. Technology has become such a familiar part of our lives that I think its brilliance can sometimes escape us, but virtual reality has given people a taste of something they’ve never experienced before. Virtual reality is not a technology …

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Globally critical chip firm drives rift between US and Netherlands over China tech policy

Globally critical chip firm drives rift between US and Netherlands over China tech policy

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte speaks with US President Joe Biden. The United States pressured the Netherlands to block exports of high-tech semiconductor equipment to China. The Netherlands is home to ASML, one of the most important companies in the global semiconductor supply chain. Suzanne Walsh | AFP | Getty Images Washington has its sights …

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Custom AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900 XT graphics cards will cost up to US$1600 in China

Custom AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900 XT graphics cards will cost up to US$1600 in China

Pre-orders for AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900 XT graphics cards have opened in China and it looks like the custom cards would be just as expensive as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 line. Chinese retailers open pre-orders for AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900 XT custom graphics cards, cost up …

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Mass protests in China overwhelm its censorship systems

Mass protests in China overwhelm its censorship systems

China’s infamous internet police can’t keep up with the massive volume of videos exposing unrest in the secretive nation – as weary locals protest against the government’s draconian COVID lockdown rules. The feared censorship regime can’t take down footage of the bustling protests quickly enough – while cunning protesters are also using tricks to evade …

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China to punish netizens for 'liking' posts in crackdown after zero-Covid protests |  CNN Business

China to punish netizens for ‘liking’ posts in crackdown after zero-Covid protests | CNN Business

hong kong CNN Business — Internet users in China will soon be held accountable for liking posts deemed illegal or harmful, raising fears that the world’s second-largest economy is planning to control social media like never before. China’s internet watchdog is stepping up its regulation of cyberspace as authorities step up a crackdown on online …

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China to punish netizens for 'liking' posts in crackdown after zero-Covid protests |  CNN Business

China to punish netizens for ‘liking’ posts in crackdown after zero-Covid protests | CNN Business

hong kong CNN Business — Internet users in China will soon be held accountable for liking posts deemed illegal or harmful, raising fears that the world’s second-largest economy is planning to control social media like never before. China’s internet watchdog is stepping up its regulation of cyberspace as authorities step up a crackdown on online …

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From needles to MRI machines, exports of medical “devices” increased by 8.14%

From needles to MRI machines, exports of medical “devices” increased by 8.14%

Exports of medical devices had their best month in September this year, according to the latest … [+] government data, having shown consistent growth in value over the past decade. ustradenumbers.com Good news and bad news. Kind of. The value of medical device exports, one of the top US exports this year, is growing at …

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