GE and Microsoft announced an expanded partnership, bringing together operational technology and information technology to eliminate hurdles industrial companies face in advancing digital transformation projects.
Microsoft said it will more carefully consider contracts in facial recognition software and urged lawmakers to regulate the use of such artificial intelligence to prevent abuse, according to Bloomberg.
U.S. regulators advanced a proposal that could let Intelsat and SES reap billions of dollars in fees from mobile providers using airwaves now devoted to TV broadcasters and cable companies, according to Bloomberg.
Aptoide, an alternative to Play Store, said it complained to EU antitrust regulators alleging Google unit has prevented its service from working on some users’ phones and tablets, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook could be fined 500,000 pounds by the U.K.’s privacy regulator after the social-network giant failed to prevent key user data falling into the hands of Cambridge Analytica, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. government’s ability to police hobbyist drone use was upheld by an appellate court in a ruling that helps set the stage for a series of new restrictions and requirements aviation regulators hope to enact soon, according to Bloomberg.