Samsung admits a mistake after using iPhone photos in promotion

Robert Triggs / Android Authority TL;DR Samsung recently represented iPhones while promoting its services on its own app. The company admitted its mistake and fixed the promotional image with Galaxy devices. Someone at Samsung made a classic mistake that every company wants to avoid: promoting a rival’s product. A person in charge of updating the … Read more

India’s retail inflation likely fell only modestly in May: Reuters poll

Debashis Dhara, a vegetable vendor, talks on a mobile phone at a retail market area in Kolkata, India, March 22, 2022. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Record Data due June 14 at 1200 GMT BENGALURU, June 10 (Reuters) – India’s retail inflation likely fell modestly in May but … Read more

NFTICALLY Announces COMEARTH, The Leading E-Commerce Metaverse Ecosystem

sponsored NFTICALLY, a Web3 eCommerce SaaS platform powering over 9,000 NFT Marketplaces & Storefronts worldwide, announces the world’s first eCommerce Metaverse ecosystem: COMEARTH. COMEARTH will enable brands to own virtual land and open storefronts, experience centers or any virtual property imaginable and beyond to serve consumers in the Metaverse. Backed by a plethora of prominent … Read more

AI gurus are leaving Big Tech to work at startups

DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman, who recently left his position as vice president of AI product management and AI policy at Google, also co-founded machine learning startup Inflection AI. Suleyman has already hired several of his former teammates. Mayor Bloomberg | fake images AI gurus are giving up top jobs at companies like Google, Meta, OpenAI … Read more

Whoops! Microsoft just gave away PCs not compatible with Windows 11 – Review Geek

steel As many of you probably know, Microsoft’s Windows 11 update has strict and controversial hardware requirements. But this week, as the company began rolling out the final test version of its long-awaited Windows 11 update (22H2), it accidentally delivered the new software to unsupported PCs. Microsoft releases the first test builds of its operating … Read more

Rising cybersecurity risks of remote work prompt banks to try new technology

Bank security technology teams are becoming increasingly concerned about the threat of data leakage as they respond to increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks against their remote employees, and are stepping up their responses to these threats. in a recent survey Conducted by the CyberRisk Alliance, more than a third of 1,100 IT and cybersecurity professionals surveyed said … Read more

Smarter Health: Regulating AI in Healthcare

health care is heavily regulated. How can the FDA effectively regulate AI in health care? “Artificial intelligence can have a significant positive impact on public health,” says the FDA’s Dr. Matthew Diamond. “But it’s important to remember that, like any tool, AI-enabled devices need to be developed and used appropriately.” That’s Dr. Matthew Diamond, director … Read more