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In this article CRWD Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT When computer screens went blue worldwide on Friday, flights were grounded, hotel check-ins became impossible, and freight deliveries were brought to a stand-still. Businesses resorted to paper and pen. And initial suspicions landed on some sort of cyberterrorist attack. The reality, however, was much more mundane:
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Digital code and Chinese flag representing cybersecurity in China. Anton Petrus | Moment | Getty Images AI companies in China are undergoing a government review of their large language models, aimed at ensuring they “embody core socialist values,” according to a report by the Financial Times. The review is being carried out by the Cyberspace Administration
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In this article ASML-NL NVDA 2330-TW 8035.T-JP Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Global chip stocks fell sharply, with ASML, Nvidia and TSMC posting declines amid reports of tighter export restrictions from the U.S. and a ramp-up of geopolitical tensions fuelled by comments from former U.S. President Donald Trump. ASML’s Netherlands-listed shares were down 6.5%
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Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder and chief executive officer of Inflection AI UK Ltd., speaks at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan. 18, 2024. Stefan Wermuth | Bloomberg | Getty Images Microsoft’s hiring of certain former employees from artificial intelligence startup Inflection has been referred for an initial merger investigation in the U.K. Britain’s
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In this article GOOG GOOGL Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet Inc., during Stanford’s 2024 Business, Government, and Society forum in Stanford, California, April 3, 2024. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Google is in advanced talks to acquire cybersecurity firm Wiz for $23 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday,
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An operating room at SimVET Courtesy: SimVET Inside a sprawling $43 million Veterans Affairs facility equipped with operating rooms, intensive care units and an outpatient clinic, there are no patients. At least not any real ones.  The 53,000-square-foot building sits minutes away from the Orlando International Airport in Florida, and it’s called the National Center
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