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The Office of the Utilities Consumer Advocate (UCA) has a mandate to educate, advocate, and mediate for Alberta’s residential, farm, and small business electricity and natural gas consumers.

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The battle between Huawei and the U.S. government over spying allegations shows no signs of stopping. Last month, the Department of Commerce attempted to place more trade limits on Huawei, and now the federal government is claiming Huawei has back doors in various cell networks across the world. Per a report from The Wall Street Journal, U.S. officials are warning that Huawei can covertly access mobile phone networks worldwide through the use of back doors designed for use by law enforcement, an...

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The Hill | January 22, 2020

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New York City and its financial community have had a long-standing symbiotic relationship. Many of the world’s great financial institutions have been headquartered here, giving NYC the distinction of being the world’s financial center. But rapid technological change is threatening that designation. A recent New York Times article titled “How Big Tech is Turning New York into a Silicon Valley Rival” proclaimed the coming of a golden age of tech jobs in New York City. The f...

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White House | February 08, 2020

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The White House is pushing to dedicate an additional billion dollars to fund artificial intelligence research, effectively doubling the budget for that purpose outside of Defense Department spending, Reuters reported today, citing people briefed on the plan. Investment in quantum computing would also receive a major boost. The 2021 budget proposal would reportedly increase AI R&D funding to nearly $2 billion, and quantum to about $860 million, over the next two years. The U.S. is engaged in ...

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NZERO JOINS GREEN PROVING GROUND PROGRAM AS U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION INTEGRATES CARBON TRACKING SOFTWARE FOR THE FIRST TIME

PR Newswire | July 13, 2023

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Carbon management and accounting platform nZero will be tracking real-time 24/7 carbon-free electricity under the U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) Green Proving Ground (GPG) program as part of the Federal Government's quest to decarbonize federal buildings. The government agency recently announced that, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy, it will invest $30 million from the Inflation Reduction Act to increase the sustainability of federal buildings by t...

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U.S. GOVERNMENT CLAIMS HUAWEI HAS COMPROMISED LAW ENFORCEMENT BACK DOORS IN PHONE NETWORKS

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The battle between Huawei and the U.S. government over spying allegations shows no signs of stopping. Last month, the Department of Commerce attempted to place more trade limits on Huawei, and now the federal government is claiming Huawei has back doors in various cell networks across the world. Per a report from The Wall Street Journal, U.S. officials are warning that Huawei can covertly access mobile phone networks worldwide through the use of back doors designed for use by law enforcement, an...

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THE US'S DIGITAL FUTURE IS BEING LED BY TECH FINANCE IN NEW YORK

The Hill | January 22, 2020

New York City and its financial community have had a long-standing symbiotic relationship. Many of the world’s great financial institutions have been headquartered here, giving NYC the distinction of being the world’s financial center. But rapid technological change is threatening that designation. A recent New York Times article titled “How Big Tech is Turning New York into a Silicon Valley Rival” proclaimed the coming of a golden age of tech jobs in New York City. The f...

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WHITE HOUSE REPORTEDLY AIMS TO DOUBLE AI RESEARCH BUDGET TO $2B

White House | February 08, 2020

The White House is pushing to dedicate an additional billion dollars to fund artificial intelligence research, effectively doubling the budget for that purpose outside of Defense Department spending, Reuters reported today, citing people briefed on the plan. Investment in quantum computing would also receive a major boost. The 2021 budget proposal would reportedly increase AI R&D funding to nearly $2 billion, and quantum to about $860 million, over the next two years. The U.S. is engaged in ...

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PR Newswire | July 13, 2023

Carbon management and accounting platform nZero will be tracking real-time 24/7 carbon-free electricity under the U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) Green Proving Ground (GPG) program as part of the Federal Government's quest to decarbonize federal buildings. The government agency recently announced that, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy, it will invest $30 million from the Inflation Reduction Act to increase the sustainability of federal buildings by t...

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