The California Department of Motor Vehicles has accused Tesla of false advertising in its promotion of the company’s signature Autopilot and Full Self-Driving technologies.
Elon Musk lost a fight to delay Twitter’s lawsuit against him Tuesday as a Delaware judge set an October trial, citing the “cloud of uncertainty” over the social media company after the billionaire backed out of a deal to buy it.
“No doubt this has impacted people,” Ybarra, who was named president this February, says of Blizzard’s recent history.
A group of social and data scientists developed a machine learning tool it hoped would better predict crime.
Unprecedented dryness across the western United States is meeting with increasingly warm temperatures to create climate conditions so extreme that the landscape of California could permanently and profoundly change, a growing number of scientists say.
LA Times Today: What happens when a chatbot develops a personality of its own?
When Bored & Hungry in April, the burger joint didn’t just embrace the aesthetics of crypto culture.
Larger water reductions are needed for the same reason, she said, to “protect that basic infrastructure” so it will continue to “operate in the manner that it was designed.” The river was divided among the states under the 1922 Colorado River Compact, which allocated the water among states in the river’s Upper Basin (Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico) and states in the Lower Basin (Arizona, Nevada and California).
More than half a dozen affordable housing projects in California are costing more than $1 million per apartment to build, a record-breaking sum that makes it harder to house the growing numbers of low-income Californians who need help paying rent, a Times review of state data found.
Johns Hopkins University-led researchers have developed a new technique that let a partially paralyzed man feed himself using robotic arms connected through a brain-machine interface.
The Patent Act, adopted by Congress within its Constitutional jurisdiction, does not recognize AI agents as inventors and “Thaler does not (and cannot) argue that limiting inventorship to human beings is unconstitutional.” The Federal Circuit also alluded to the question of AI-as-an-inventor versus AI-as-a-tool for invention: “whether inventions made by human beings with the assistance of AI are eligible for patent protection.” The Court left the question unanswered, leaving open the possibility that an invention made by a human using AI is patent eligible.
Rick Kyte and Scott Rada discus how worried should we be about the future of artificial intelligence.
Fintech apps are accessible and easy to use, and they are available on smartphone browsers, tablets, and laptops.
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I am not so sure whether to fully specialize in either of them since both, the frontend and backend are too interesting and have challenging problems.