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A prominent Google artificial-intelligence researcher said she was fired over an email she authored expressing dismay with management and the way it handled a review of her research.
In a tweet, Timnit Gebru, 37, who is Black, claimed she was fired from Alphabet-owned Google for refusing to retract a research paper that said AI discriminates against darker-skinned people, and complained about the company in an email to colleagues.
She also criticized Google over its approach to hiring minorities and not doing enough to stamp out biases in AI systems. Gebru, a renowned scientist and one of the few Black women in the field of artificial intelligence, had been co-head of the team at Google examining the ethical ramifications of AI.
The email itself, which was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, began with “Hi friends,” and then proceeded
SHANGHAI and GAITHERSBURG, Md., Dec. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — I-Mab (the “Company”) (Nasdaq: IMAB), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company committed to the discovery, development and commercialization of novel or highly differentiated biologics, today announced the advancement of clinical development of the highly differentiated anti-CD47 monoclonal antibody lemzoparlimab (also known as TJC4) in the US and China, achieving milestones as planned. The Company is progressing its US combination trial (NCT03934814), studying lemzoparlimab in combination with Rituxan® and Keytruda® in dose expansion cohorts in non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) and advanced solid tumors, respectively. The combination study with Rituxan® will enroll NHL patients from both the US and China. Topline results from this study are expected next year.
“The results from early investigational studies support the notion that lemzoparlimab is a differentiated CD47 antibody therapy for cancers that remains among the most common causes of death around the world,” said Jordan Berlin
According to the game’s South Korean publisher Digital Touch (via tipster Sang), the company does not have the publishing rights to the PlayStation 5 version. Rather, Digital Touch only has the PS4, Steam, and Switch publishing rights. But since Digital Touch never licensed the PS5 version, it’s not able to offer the free upgrade. Perhaps it didn’t know that it should have?
Tecmo Koei is publishing the game internationally in regions including North America and Japan.
The PS5 upgrade was only announced in September, and Digital Touch seemed flatfooted by the news. Even after following up with Tecmo Koei, as no licensing agreement had been drawn up, Digital Touch stated it still won’t be able to offer the PS5
The U.S. Department of Defense added China’s biggest chipmaker, SMIC and major oil firm CNOOC to a trade blacklist due to their alleged ties to the country’s military, continuing the outgoing Trump administration’s crackdown on Chinese firms.
Late on Thursday, the Department of Defense announced a total of four additions to its blacklist also including China Construction Technology Co Ltd and China International Engineering Consulting Corp.
SMIC, which is China’s biggest semiconductor maker, relies heavily on equipment and software from U.S. suppliers to design and manufacture its chips.
In a stock exchange filing on Friday the Chinese chipmaker said that it was aware of the action and was still evaluating the potential fallout.
The city of Coeur d’Alene has acquired almost 5 acres of land adjacent to an ambitious, publicly owned. mixed-use development on a prime spot near downtown and on the banks of the Spokane River.
Now it has to decide what to do with it.
That decision was the subject of a lengthy presentation and discussion at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, where council members, Mayor Steve Widmyer, an engineer enlisted to help design the development and the head of the city’s urban renewal agency, ignite CDA, discussed their options.
The possibilities on the table ranged from creating a gated community on the triangular parcel to building office, hotel or apartment towers, to constructing a mix of townhomes and houses.
Council members ultimately decided to take a couple of weeks to mull over the kind of decision usually left to private developers.
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Indian creator monetization startup TagMango on Friday announced that it has raised around INR 5.5 crore in a seed round funding led by Y Combinator, Kevin Lin (co-founder of Twitch), XRM Media, Pioneer Fund, and Angel Investors from the US and UAE.
Tapping into the creator-audience interaction space, the company aims to scale the Indian creator’s ecosystem by empowering homegrown creators with sophisticated monetization channels, tools, and features to build a sustainable business.
And by turning Indian creators into entrepreneurs, the startup aims to foster
Social media played a significant role in the way that Armenians and Azerbaijanis experienced this year’s brief war. Globally, people could follow military movements, drone footage, respond to statements by authorities and discuss the events. All of this activity provided leaders with instant public opinion that informed decisions.
Whose social media approach worked?
Armenia’s leaders have long been active and accessible online, especially in the 2016 democratic revolution that brought Prime Minister Pashinyan to power. But Pashinyan’s casual approach to social media may have led to muddled posts about the conflict. And there was a lack of coordination between Armenian authorities’ messaging that provided opportunities for misinformation to spread.
Conversely, the Azerbaijani leadership simply blocked or slowed access to social media platforms others during the entire six-week period, stating this was “in order to prevent large-scale Armenian provocations.” Savvy users quickly discovered VPNs to bypass the restrictions.
UBS is predicting that the supersonic jet industry will be worth $340 billion by 2040, according to a new research report.
“We see supersonic bizjets viable in the late-’20s and supersonic commercial jets in the mid-to-late-’30s with hypersonic travel a decade later,” said UBS equity analyst, Myles Walton.
Business Insider lists the 17 stocks best-positioned to benefit from the booming supersonic industry.
By 2040, UBS envisions business travellers will once again be jetting around the globe faster than the speed of sound.
A recent UBS evidence lab survey found around 25% of over 6,000 respondents would be willing to pay for speed.
The last time passengers could travel at supersonic speeds was in 2003 when Concorde made its final flight. However, UBS is predicting a return to supersonic travel. In a new evidence lab report released on December 1, UBS equity analysts take a deep dive into the current, and
Chief Product Officer at GrammaTech, where he leads product strategy for the company’s application security testing product portfolio.
Just as the manufacturing sector has adopted the use of third-party providers to build their products, software development has created an extensive supply chain to address cost and time to market pressures for faster delivery of new applications and services. Virtually every modern custom-developed software application contains third-party components. These can be open source (OSS), custom ordered or commercial off the shelf (COTS) components. Lack of visibility into these building blocks poses a significant, and often underestimated, security risk.
Consider the supply chain analogy in aerospace manufacturing. Today, virtually every part of an airplane is provided by third-party suppliers to the manufacturer for final assembly. Unlike software, each airplane has a detailed bill of materials that contains an audit trail for each component, including the supplier, where it was produced,