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How AI health care chatbots learn from the questions of an Indian women's organization

How AI health care chatbots learn from the questions of an Indian women's organization

NEW YORK (AP) — Komal Vilas Thatkare says she doesn't have anyone to ask about her most private health questions. “There are only men in my home — no ladies," said the 32-year-old mother and housewife in Mumbai. "I don’t speak to anyone here.
An online dump of Chinese hacking documents offers a rare window into pervasive state surveillance

An online dump of Chinese hacking documents offers a rare window into pervasive state surveillance

Chinese police are investigating an unauthorized and highly unusual online dump of documents from a private security contractor linked to the nation's top policing agency and other parts of its government — a trove that catalogs apparent hacking acti
CEOs of OpenAI and Intel cite artificial intelligence's voracious appetite for processing power

CEOs of OpenAI and Intel cite artificial intelligence's voracious appetite for processing power

SAN JOSE, Calif.
Private US spacecraft enters orbit around the moon ahead of landing attempt

Private US spacecraft enters orbit around the moon ahead of landing attempt

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A private U.S. lunar lander reached the moon and eased into a low orbit Wednesday, a day before it will attempt an even greater feat — landing on the gray, dusty surface. A smooth touchdown would put the U.S.
FDA warns against smartwatches and rings that claim to measure blood sugar without needles

FDA warns against smartwatches and rings that claim to measure blood sugar without needles

Smartwatches and rings that claim to measure blood sugar levels for medical purposes without piercing the skin could be dangerous and should be avoided, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Wednesday .
Old European satellite plunges harmlessly through the atmosphere over the Pacific

Old European satellite plunges harmlessly through the atmosphere over the Pacific

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — An old Earth-observing satellite fell out of orbit Wednesday and harmlessly broke apart over the Pacific. The European Remote Sensing 2 satellite reentered halfway between Hawaii and Alaska.
Silent brain changes precede Alzheimer's. Researchers have new clues about which come first

Silent brain changes precede Alzheimer's. Researchers have new clues about which come first

WASHINGTON (AP) — Alzheimer’s quietly ravages the brain long before symptoms appear and now scientists have new clues about the dominolike sequence of those changes — a potential window to one day intervene.
Nvidia's 4Q revenue, profit soar thanks to demand for its chips used for artificial intelligence

Nvidia's 4Q revenue, profit soar thanks to demand for its chips used for artificial intelligence

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Nvidia Corp.

Tennessee free-market group sues over federal rule that tightens worker classification standards

NASHVILLE, Tenn.
A brain pacemaker helped a woman with crippling depression. It may soon be available to more people

A brain pacemaker helped a woman with crippling depression. It may soon be available to more people

NEW YORK (AP) — Emily Hollenbeck lived with a deep, recurring depression she likened to a black hole, where gravity felt so strong and her limbs so heavy she could barely move. She knew the illness could kill her.