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The National Telecommunications and Information Administration | May 27, 2020
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has posted a request for public comment on how fifth-generation telecommunications networks should be implemented to support the White House’s strategy for securing the technology. “In accordance with the Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2020, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, on behalf of the Executive Branch, is requesting comments to inform the development of an Implementation Plan for the Nati...
The US Department of Defense | February 25, 2020
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has announced the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) ethical principles. AI ethical principles will cover the five major areas of responsibility, equitability, traceability, reliability and governability. These principles will be enforced on both combat and non-combat army functions. The principles have been embraced following recommendations by the Defence Innovation Board in October last year....
Google | February 06, 2020
Google faces yet another investigation by a U.S. government agency. The U.S. International Trade Commission disclosed an investigation into Google and its parent company Alphabet Thursday, after a complaint from Sonos that Google imported patent-infringing products. The investigation will cover “certain audio players and controllers, components thereof, and products containing the same,” according to a press release. In its complaint to the USITC, Sonos alleged Google violated sectio...
Reuters | April 03, 2020
The generous U.S. unemployment benefits rolled out to blunt the economic harm caused by the coronavirus could have an unintended effect: it may actually be an incentive for companies to choose layoffs rather than keep staff on their books. That’s at odds with a government-backed loan forgiveness program set to launch for small and medium-sized firms that opt against job cuts, so long as the bulk of the money is used to keep staff on at full salary....
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