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“Made in America” ​​is life-supporting (governmental) and the prognosis is not good – TechCrunch

Intel and Boeing, two of the pillars of American industry. Intel makes some of the most impressive chips in the world and has pushed high-performance computing to its limits for decades. At the same time, it supports a company with a market capitalization of $ 200 billion today and supports more than 110,000 employees. Meanwhile Boeing remains the global leader …

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In the midst of a pandemic, returning to the office remains an open question for technology leaders – TechCrunch

As COVID-19 infections In parts of the United States, many jobs remain empty or work with skeleton teams. Most agree that the decision to return to the office should include a combination of business, government, and medical officials, as well as scientists who have a deep understanding of COVID-19 and infectious diseases in general. The exact timing will depend on …

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Snapchat is competing against TikTok with a new music-based feature that will be launched this fall – TechCrunch

Snapchat is targeting TikTok. The company announced today that it will begin testing a new feature that allows Snapchat users to set their snaps to music, similar to the TikTok app. With this feature, Snapchat may benefit from sharing the TikTok audience who was looking for alternative apps as the Trump administration is considering banning Chinese technology companies because of …

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Facebook launches trade and connectivity accelerator programs – TechCrunch

Facebook launched two 12-week accelerator programs for startups on Monday as the Social Juggernaut was looking for new ideas and solutions to expand their trading and connectivity efforts. Facebook’s Commerce Accelerator will select 60 startups from EMEA and LATAM regions for the program. The startups that make the cut will look into building shopping solutions to drive commerce within the …

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AI has trouble getting ready for 2020 – TechCrunch

Andrea Gagliano Contributor Andrea Gagliano is Head of Data Science at Getty Images, where she focuses on computer vision and natural language processing. She leads the training of scientists, engineers, product designers and managers at Getty Images to build ethical AI products. By 2020, every industry had to rethink COVID-19: civil rights movements, an election year and countless other great …

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