Lakhimpur Kheri Violence: Internet Suspended for 12 Hours in Sitapur | Latest news India

A 12-hour internet ban will be imposed in Sitapur on Wednesday, Uttar police said on Wednesday. The development comes ahead of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s attempt to visit Lakhimpur Kheri to meet the relatives of eight people, including four protesting farmers, who died after being run over by an SUV on Sunday. Earlier today, Congress … Read more

Windows 11 vs Windows 10: every update you need to know

Windows 11 does more than just design changes. Keep an eye out for these upgrades. Microsoft / Screenshot by Sarah Tew / CNET Windows 11, the first major Windows platform update since Windows 10 launched in 2015, begins rolling out on Tuesday. Microsoft’s latest operating system offers a new interface and several features that bring … Read more

Top 10 Lawsuits Against Cryptocurrencies and Crypto Exchanges

In recent years, cryptocurrency has caused a huge hype in the financial market. Currently, adoption of digital assets is high and experts believe that cryptocurrency could replace local or fiat currency in the future. The consequences have faded into the background compared to the fast transaction facilities that these digital assets provide. But crypto investments … Read more

In this AWS Online Tech Talk, you’ll learn how AWS Inferentia-based Inf1 instanc…

In this AWS Online Tech Talk, you'll learn how AWS Inferentia-based Inf1 instances can run high scale ML inference applications like image & speech recognition, fraud detection, personalization & more at the lowest operational cost in the cloud: https://t.co/fUHrKxw02R — Amazon Web Services (@awscloud) September 22, 2020 Source by Amazon Web Services

Sony prepares subscription service for AI product developers

TOKYO – The Sony Group will begin offering subscriptions to artificial intelligence development tools, as part of the Japanese company’s desire to rely more on recurring revenue and less on hardware sales. The conglomerate announced on Wednesday that it is preparing to launch its Aitrios AI detection platform later this year in Japan, the United … Read more

Thales from France partners with Google on secure cloud services

PARIS: Defense firm Thales and Google are teaming up to offer state-controlled cloud computing services for the storage of some of France’s most sensitive data, the companies said on Wednesday. The alliance between Thales, Europe’s largest supplier of defense electronics, and the Alphabet unit is fulfilling a May government plan that saw France recognize the … Read more

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