Once deemed a front-runner in autonomous vehicles, the ride-hailing giant is struggling with its software and losing some of its best brains.
Asia REIT, Consumer, Telecom Stocks Favored: JPMorgan PB
Sep.16 -- Raymond Cheng, head of Asia equity strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank, explains why he thinks the region's economies need more stimulus, and discusses the opportunities he sees in stock markets. He speaks with Yvonne Man and Tom Mackenzie on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Pandemic may permanently replace some human jobs with machines
The coronavirus pandemic has the potential to permanently replace some humans with machines, according to a new study on Monday from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
Aug.30 -- Mark Brayan, chief executive officer of Appen Ltd., which specializes in making human-annotated data sets, the essential building blocks of artificial intelligence, discusses financial results and business prospects. It’s shares had risen over 80% year-to-date until they came under pressure following the release of its half-year results towards the end of last week. Although Appen delivered strong sales and earnings growth, investors appear to have been disappointed that management didn’t upgrade its guidance. Brayan speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Goodbye to bartenders: Robots could soon make your drink
The re-imagining of nightlife after the coronavirus pandemic now includes contactless cocktails.
Macy's sued over use of Clearview facial-recognition software
Macy’s Retail Holdings Inc. was targeted in one of the first lawsuits against users of the controversial facial-recognition software made by startup Clearview AI.
What's Special Purpose Acquisition Company? Robo Adviser?
Jul.16 -- Kelly Driscoll, board director of Fusion Acquisition Corp., talks about Special Purpose Acquisition Company, or SPAC, increased demand for technology solutions in financial services, asset and wealth management industries, and the opportunities fintech present including robo advisers, which are automated portfolio managers. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
The change comes six weeks after the technology giant told about 50 news production contractors their tenures at MSN would not last beyond June 30.
Clearview AI ceasing facial-recognition services in Canada
Clearview AI Inc. will no longer offer its services in Canada, suspending a contract with its last remaining client, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Coronavirus will finally give artificial intelligence its moment
Changes in demand caused by the pandemic point to a bright future for AI.