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Tom Snyder: Entrepreneurial spirit, experience gives Triangle an edge in AI economy

10 hours ago

AI is here. AI is changing everything. And North Carolina can be a center of excellence in the data economy if we embrace it and invest in the entrepreneurs bringing it to market.

Donald Thompson: Cut through AI noise with authentic, inclusive marketing

2 days ago

Artificial intelligence is a game-changing tool to boost efficiency and productivity. However, consumers are seeing the unintended consequences when marketers rely too heavily on AI technology to cut costs and expand capacity.

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UAW's push to unionize factories in South faces latest test in vote at 2 Mercedes plants in Alabama

3 days ago

The voting at the two Mercedes factories — one an assembly plant, the other a battery-making facility — comes a month after the UAW scored a breakthrough victory at Volkswagen’s assembly factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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Saving the bees, tracking mosquitos and attacking cancer: NCInnovation approves first round of grants

3 days ago

The round of grants is the first-ever to be approved by NCInnovation, a public-private partnership approved in last year’s state budget, armed with more than $525 million in state and private funding, and led by some of the state’s most well-connected business and political insiders.

OpenAI, Reddit teaming in deal that will bring Reddit's content to ChatGPT

3 days ago

Reddit users and moderators will also gain access to new artificial intelligence-powered features, and OpenAI will become a Reddit advertising partner.

Things to know about an AI safety summit in Seoul

Things to know about an AI safety summit in Seoul

The Seoul summit is one of many global efforts to create guardrails for the rapidly advancing technology that promises to transform many aspects of society, but has also raised concerns about new risks for both everyday life such as algorithmic bias that skews search results and potential existential threats to humanity.

Senate inquiry finds BMW imported cars tied to forced labor in China

Senate inquiry finds BMW imported cars tied to forced labor in China

A congressional investigation found that BMW, Jaguar Land Rover and Volkswagen purchased parts that originated from a Chinese supplier flagged by the United States for participating in forced labor programs in Xinjiang, a far western region of China where the local population is subject to mass surveillance and detentions.

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Researchers use AI to determine which drugs to develop next

Researchers use AI to determine which drugs to develop next

The UNC School of Medicine lab of Bryan Roth, MD, PhD, and colleagues at UCSF, Stanford and Harvard determined that a protein prediction technology can yield accurate results in the hunt to efficiently find the best possible drug candidates for many conditions.

NCBiotech: 40 years of servant leadership

NCBiotech has embodied the best attributes of servant leadership, building bridges and partnerships and collaborations in every corner of North Carolina and in academic and commercial centers around the world.

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