Stories by Reuters

US government won't block AI development

​The Trump administration will not stand in the way of the development of artificial intelligence in the United States, a top official said on Thursday, while acknowledging that the burgeoning technology will displace some jobs.

Written by Reuters24 May 18 09:32

Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse

Facebook has so far suspended around 200 applications in the first stage of its review into apps that had access to large quantities of user data.

Written by Reuters15 May 18 05:00

NASA set to fly chopper to Mars

NASA said it will send a small helicopter to Mars as part of the U.S. space agency's 2020 mission to place a next-generation rover on the Martian surface, marking the first time such an aircraft will be used on another world.

Written by Reuters14 May 18 10:46

NASA launches lander to study Mars' interior

An Atlas 5 rocket soared into space early on Saturday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, carrying NASA's first robotic lander designed for exploring the deep interior of another planet on its voyage to Mars.

Written by Reuters07 May 18 09:23

Further Spectre and Meltdown-like flaws found

Reports have emerged that ​researchers have found eight new flaws in computer central processing units that resemble the Meltdown and Spectre bugs.

Written by Reuters04 May 18 12:29

3D printers to help GM create cheaper and lighter parts

General Motors Co said on Thursday it was working with design software company Autodesk Inc to manufacture new, lightweight 3D-printed parts that could help the automaker meet its goals to add alternative-fuel vehicles to its product lineup.

Written by Reuters04 May 18 08:52

Cambridge Analytica shuts up shop

Cambridge Analytica, the firm embroiled in a controversy over its handling of Facebook user data, and its British parent SCL Elections Ltd, are shutting down immediately after suffering a sharp drop in business, the company has announced.

Written by Reuters03 May 18 09:11