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Microsoft-backed group shifts towards showing less openness amid race to commercialise AI systems
After Washington came to the rescue of the tech sector’s favourite bank, some fear it will lead to tougher regulation
His lieutenants have upended the company by identifying who to fire and refusing to pay vendors
Company blames tough economic environment as new boss puts his stamp on engineering group
UK tech company developed software used in fake news videos promoted by authoritarian government
MindGeek acquired for undisclosed sum as it is being sued over sexually explicit videos of minors
The collapsed tech lender won deposits by becoming part of the scene but forgot the dull business of risk management
The new model is more accurate and powerful and has greater reasoning capabilities. But it is also open to abuse
Computing platform shifts usually leave some industry leaders out in the cold
FT columnists and guests dissect the fallout for the banking sector and tech innovation
Ride-hailing group bounces back after 18-month ban on signing up new customers
Discover unmissable flagship events and members only communities to expand your thinking and elevate your career
More staff policing illegal and violent footage join trade unions to demand higher pay and greater support
From ancient Rome to Prussia and the cold war, these simulations have been used to understand human behaviour
Bearish nerves seem to be winning right now — despite good reasons to hope not
They dispense housekeeping tips to millions of social media followers — but that’s only part of their appeal
Chinese owner of popular app has come under increasing pressure over its use of data
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Tech giant hopes to steal a march on rivals such as Google, Baidu and Adobe in commercialising the new tool
Moscow denies downing surveillance aircraft despite video showing fighter jets spraying it with fuel
British minister says it is prudent and proportionate to restrict use of Chinese-owned social media app
Chinese search company plays safe with pre-recorded launch of rival to ChatGPT
The inside story on the Asia tech trends that matter, from Nikkei Asia and the Financial Times
Departures from GICS will raise weighting of Apple and Microsoft in S&P 500 IT sector to nearly 50%
ByteDance-owned video app has faced drumbeat of bipartisan opposition from Washington
Payments processing company clinches sale after accepting valuation cut in tough fundraising environment
Rare conversation comes amid escalating tensions over downing of aircraft over the Black Sea
Life sciences and AI groups welcome UK government’s rethink on tax credits, but less cutting-edge start-ups face funding drop
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt vows to make Britain the ‘best place in Europe’ for tech companies to invest
Company has partnered with hospitals and Sweetgreen salad chain to deliver goods in a 10-mile range within 10 minutes
Spending on the metaverse may give users more tools to play with but it comes at a high price
Also in today’s newsletter, the US right has amassed a war chest to attack ‘woke capitalism’
Technology from start-up Harvey aims to make contract analysis and due diligence quicker
The country’s reputation is inflated by historic successes and relies on successful outliers
Selling off streaming service or sports network would sharpen focus on superbrands such as Marvel and Star Wars
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