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Nvidia’s Proposed $40B Acquisition of Arm Faces Possible Opposition from UK Official: Report

The proposed $40 billion acquisition of chip IP vendor Arm by GPU powerhouse Nvidia continues to be under review by regulators in the United States, China, the European Union ...Full Article

U.S. Non-Military AI Investments Near $1B

The White House projected this week that U.S. civilian research agencies will spend nearly $1 billion on AI research during the next fiscal year. The estimate was released by ...Full Article

EU Promotes ‘Human-Centric’ AI

European regulators continue to take the lead on a range of critical technology policy issues spanning data privacy and, now, “trustworthy” AI. On the heels of its sweeping General ...Full Article

GDPR Seen Slowing AI Innovation

Pending European data privacy rules that also address “automated decision-making” are increasingly seen as having a broad impact on enterprise deployment of AI applications, prompting a U.S.-based group to ...Full Article

Consumers Ready to Push Back, GDPR Survey Warns

Two thousand and eighteen is shaping up as the year of consumer pushback as strict data regulations give the generators of boundless data new rights to see and demand ...Full Article

Survey: Companies Unprepared for New EU Data Rules

The clock is ticking on new data privacy regulations set to enter into force next year, prompting enterprise data management vendors to issue dire warnings about mandatory regulatory compliance ...Full Article

EU Launches Low-Power Chip Effort

The European Union is expanding its efforts to promote energy-efficient computing with funding for hardware research aimed at next-generation high-end processors. "The European Commission wants Europe to avail  ...Full Article

Data Transfer Deal Already Under Fire

It didn't take long for dents to appear in the proposed E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield. The trans-Atlantic data transfer agreement designed to replaced a 15-year-old Safe Harbor arrangement struck down ...Full Article

Update: E.U., U.S. Reach Tentative Data Transfer Deal

European regulators announced a framework agreement on Tuesday (Feb. 2) on trans-Atlantic data transfers that would require U.S. companies importing personal data from Europe to "commit to robust obligations on ...Full Article

Cloud Vendors Address EU Safe Harbor Ruling

Cloud vendors are responding to last month's data privacy ruling by a European court with security upgrades to cloud storage and orchestration services aimed at helping customers meet stricter ...Full Article
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