Startups and active investors are uniquely positioned to support the defense efforts of the West and the mission to keep our societies safe.
Startups should absolutely work with governments to support defense projects by Walter Thompson originally published on TechCrunch
Google’s Sundar Pichai has agreed to work with lawmakers in Europe on what’s being referred to as an “AI Pact” — seemingly a stop-gap set of voluntary rules or standards while formal regulations for applying AI are still being worked on. Pichai was meeting with Thierry Breton, the European Union’s internal market commissioner, who put […]
Google to work with Europe on stop-gap ‘AI Pact’ by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch
Shein is partnering with Reliance to re-enter India, a strategy which, if proven viable, could set an example for startups grappling with the China backlash amid rising geopolitical tensions. The China-founded, Singapore-headquartered fast fashion giant is teaming up with Reliance Retail, the retail subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Reliance, The Wall Street Journal reported. A spokesperson […]
The Shein-Reliance India alliance could offer inspiration for Chinese startups by Rita Liao originally published on TechCrunch
AI is developing rapidly enough and the dangers it may pose are clear enough that OpenAI’s leadership believes that the world needs an international regulatory body akin to that governing nuclear power — and fast. But not too fast. In a post to the company’s blog, OpenAI founder Sam Altman, President Greg Brockman, and Chief […]
OpenAI leaders propose international regulatory body for AI by Devin Coldewey originally published on TechCrunch