Aigen unveils an AI-driven, solar-powered, agricultural robotics service

Listen to this article Aigen, a Seattle-based agricultural technology startup, unveiled a groundbreaking autonomous, scalable robotics platform, powered entirely by solar and wind energy. Leveraging proprietary, quantized AI, the Aigen Element service is the only farming solution that decreases fossil fuel use, while also providing farmers with invaluable real-time field insights, increased time savings, and…

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US Considering Cutting China’s Cloud Computing Access

Reuters reports that the Biden administration is considering tightening its export restrictions to China even further, following China’s legislative move that allows it to essentially bottleneck exports of rare earth metals – gallium and germanium) required for semiconductor fabrication. Except now, the dance isn’t about hardware or tech exports: it’s actually about access to US-based…

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Tit-for-tat: After China restricts metals export, US mulls ban on access to cloud computing

Escalating the tit-for-tat battle with China, the US is planning to restrict Chinese access to US cloud-computing services, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the situation.  The Biden administration’s new rules, if adopted, would mean that US cloud providers such as Amazon and Microsoft will have to seek government permission…

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