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Amazon to train 2 million people in AI skills for free by 2025

According to the US online retailer Amazon.com Inc.'s official blog, the program, called AI Ready, will be available for free and will train two million people worldwide in artificial intelligence (AI) skills by the year 2025. The initiative entails growing the number of free AI training programs...

Toyota to use recycled materials in battery production in the US

The North American division of Toyota, a Japanese automaker, and Redwood Materials Inc., a US-based company, have expanded their 2022 agreement to recycle batteries from Toyota's fully powered and hybrid vehicles. The terms of the new agreement were not made public. It is known that Redwood will...

Germany, France, And Italy Agree On The Regulation Of AI Going Forward

Germany, France, and Italy have struck a consensus on future artificial intelligence regulations. This development is anticipated to quicken talks at the European level, according to a joint document reported by Reuters,.   All three governments support legally-binding voluntary agreements...

Tencent will sell Meta's new VR helmets in China

Tencent, the leading player in the global video game business, will become the exclusive distributor in China of new, lower-cost virtual reality (VR) helmets from the American Meta, writes the Wall Street Journal. Tencent will begin selling helmets at the end of 2024, according to a preliminary...

Elon Musk's xAI company unveils new language model

Elon Musk's xAI has revealed Grok, a language model that is linked to the social network X (previously Twitter). Grok's real-time access to X's data offers it a "fundamental advantage" over other AI models, according to xAI. Elon Musk's startup xAI revealed Grok, a language model (chatbot) tied to...

SpaceX sets to carry out 144 rocket launches into orbit next year

According to William Gerstenmaier, vice president of flight safety at US private aerospace business SpaceX, the company intends to fly 144 launch vehicles into orbit in 2024. "We want to increase the frequency of launches to 12 per month or 144 launches (for the year) - that's our goal,"...

MF: 0.5bn cheap electrical appliances are thrown away in the UK every year

Over half a billion inexpensive electrical items were purchased by British customers in 2022, or one every 16 seconds on average. 471 million of these devices were disposed of in the nation's landfills at the end of the year, writes the British research group Material Focus in its new study for the...

Prada Will Design The New NASA Moon Suit

Prada, a prestigious fashion house, will contribute to the creation of space suits for the 2025 Moon mission, so NASA astronauts will fly in style. The outfits will be created by the Italian fashion firm in collaboration with Axiom Space, another private business.   Axiom stated in a press...

Toyota is introducing cargo robots for transporting assembled cars at Toyota Motor plant

According to Sankei, the robot merely loads assembled cars onto its platform and transports them to a transloading location for delivery to dealers. Toyota Motor Corporation has begun to use cargo robots for the delivery of freshly manufactured and finished passenger automobiles. According to the...

X will start collecting users' biometric data

The social media did not define precisely what will be regarded as biometrics. With users' permission, social network X (formerly known as Twitter) will start collecting their biometric data and employment history, wrote the company on the website. According to the magazine, "With your consent,...
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