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T he company behind Currys PC World is in talks to ship its products through Uber drivers as it seeks to expand its home delivery services. Dixons Carphone chief executive Alex Baldock said he would reveal more details in the coming weeks, but explained the plan was to ensure customers can receive the goods quickly. …

In short If you’re wondering what it takes to develop a self-driving car, know that Tesla uses a 1.8 exaFLOP AI supercomputer with 5,760 GPUs that train neural networks that he hopes will one day power autonomous vehicles. The machine was described by the automaker’s senior AI director Andrej Karpathy at an online college computer …

Hosts Juliet Beauchamp and Ken Mingis chat with guests about the latest trends and tech news. audio Rumors are circulating about the upcoming iPhone 13, from the potential launch date to new features. And as lawmakers call for tighter technology regulations, Apple says in a white paper that sideloading apps poses a security risk. Macworld …

Microsoft’s most important software is about to undergo an overhaul. Angela Lang / CNET The coronavirus has irrevocably changed the way we live and work. Soon this will also have changed our devices. Microsoft on Thursday is expected announce the next big iteration of its Windows software and, with it, new features designed for living …

In Jenna Sutela’s work, which ranges from computational poetry and experimental music to installations and performances, the guest artist at the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST) recruits microbes and neural networks. as co-creators. “I want to explore this notion of extended fatherhood by bringing in life forms beyond the human,” says Sutela. …

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope travels the cosmos in safe mode after its payload computer suddenly crashed on June 13, according to a NASA statement. The computer is responsible for coordinating and controlling all of the scientific instruments aboard the telescope – meaning that until ground technicians can get it back up and running, the world’s …

Microsoft will expand the use of its Fluid components to a wider range of productivity and collaboration tools, including Outlook, OneNote, and Whiteboard, as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to change the way people interact with people. documents. Fluid components – advertised by Microsoft as “atomic units of productivity” when they launched two years …