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SUPERCOM GETS NEW GOVERNMENT ELECTRONIC MONITORING CONTRACT

SuperCom | December 10, 2020

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SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB ), a worldwide supplier of made sure about answers for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity areas, declared today that it has made sure about another GPS monitoring contract in the Southeast United Sates. The contracting ageny is a Sheriff's Office and will utilize SuperCom's PureTrack GPS cell phone item on the side of their work discharge program. SuperCom will give its propreitary programming and equipment. The contract is organized as a for every unit for ea...

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THE G7 WANTS TO REGULATE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. SHOULD THE US GET ON BOARD?

Techxplore | January 14, 2020

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With the introduction of new export controls on artificial intelligence software last week, the White House appealed to lawmakers, businesses, and European allies to avoid overregulation of artificial intelligence. It also maintained its refusal to participate in a project proposed by the Group of Seven leading economies, which seeks to establish shared principles and regulations on artificial intelligence, as the U.S. prepares to take over the presidency of the organization this year....

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GM, VENTEC LAND CONTENTIOUS CONTRACT TO PRODUCE VENTILATORS FOR US GOVERNMENT

GM | April 08, 2020

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Ventec Life Systems and General Motors Co. officially landed a deal that two weeks ago had them in hot water with the White House. The contract, which Bloomberg News reports as worth $489.4 million, lays out a timeline for the partnership to deliver 30,000 ventilators to the Department of Health and Human Services by the end of August, with at least one-fifth of those to be delivered before June 1....

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APAA RESPONDS TO U.S. GOVERNMENT DATA FROM CENSUS BUREAU SHOWING SURGE IN CANADIAN PRIMARY ALUMINUM IMPORT

American Primary Aluminum Association | July 06, 2020

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Today, the American Primary Aluminum Association (APAA) is responding to new U.S. government data from the U.S. Census Bureau that shows new record levels of unalloyed primary aluminum surging into the United States from Canada. In May, 184,789 metric tons of HTS 7601.10 came in from Canada, a record high since Canada was granted an exemption to the Section 232 program. "At 184,789 metrics tons, this is the highest level of Canadian aluminum imports since the Section 232 program went into p...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

SUPERCOM GETS NEW GOVERNMENT ELECTRONIC MONITORING CONTRACT

SuperCom | December 10, 2020

SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB ), a worldwide supplier of made sure about answers for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity areas, declared today that it has made sure about another GPS monitoring contract in the Southeast United Sates. The contracting ageny is a Sheriff's Office and will utilize SuperCom's PureTrack GPS cell phone item on the side of their work discharge program. SuperCom will give its propreitary programming and equipment. The contract is organized as a for every unit for ea...

Read More
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THE G7 WANTS TO REGULATE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. SHOULD THE US GET ON BOARD?

Techxplore | January 14, 2020

With the introduction of new export controls on artificial intelligence software last week, the White House appealed to lawmakers, businesses, and European allies to avoid overregulation of artificial intelligence. It also maintained its refusal to participate in a project proposed by the Group of Seven leading economies, which seeks to establish shared principles and regulations on artificial intelligence, as the U.S. prepares to take over the presidency of the organization this year....

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GM, VENTEC LAND CONTENTIOUS CONTRACT TO PRODUCE VENTILATORS FOR US GOVERNMENT

GM | April 08, 2020

Ventec Life Systems and General Motors Co. officially landed a deal that two weeks ago had them in hot water with the White House. The contract, which Bloomberg News reports as worth $489.4 million, lays out a timeline for the partnership to deliver 30,000 ventilators to the Department of Health and Human Services by the end of August, with at least one-fifth of those to be delivered before June 1....

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APAA RESPONDS TO U.S. GOVERNMENT DATA FROM CENSUS BUREAU SHOWING SURGE IN CANADIAN PRIMARY ALUMINUM IMPORT

American Primary Aluminum Association | July 06, 2020

Today, the American Primary Aluminum Association (APAA) is responding to new U.S. government data from the U.S. Census Bureau that shows new record levels of unalloyed primary aluminum surging into the United States from Canada. In May, 184,789 metric tons of HTS 7601.10 came in from Canada, a record high since Canada was granted an exemption to the Section 232 program. "At 184,789 metrics tons, this is the highest level of Canadian aluminum imports since the Section 232 program went into p...

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