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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s effort to regulate social media companies’ content decisions may face an uphill battle from regulators who have previously said they cannot oversee the conduct of internet firms. FILE PHOTO: Facebook, Google and Twitter logos are seen in this combination photo from Reuters files. REUTERS/File Photos/File Photo Federal Communications
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VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – The Vatican joined forces with tech giants Microsoft and IBM on Friday to promote the ethical development of artificial intelligence (AI) and call for regulation of intrusive technologies such as facial recognition. FILE PHOTO: Pope Francis waves during the weekly general audience at Vatican, February 26, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli The three
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Timotheus Hoettges, Chief Executive Officer of Germany’s telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG addresses the company’s annual news conference in Bonn, Germany, February 19, 2020. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay BERLIN (Reuters) – It looks as though German and European policy makers are working towards rules governing vendors of telecoms network equipment that Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) can live with,
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google-owner Alphabet, urged regulators on Monday to take a “proportionate approach” when drafting rules for artificial intelligence (AI), days before the European Commission is due to publish proposals on the issue. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, speaks on artificial intelligence during a Bruegel think tank
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FILE PHOTO: An official assists passengers at Manchester Airport, Manchester, Britain, September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Phil Noble LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Manchester Airport could be regulated to ensure it does not overcharge airlines on fees after its passenger numbers jumped by a third over a decade, giving it more market power. The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority
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SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s e-cigarette industry has laid off around 50,000 people since October, roughly 10% of its workforce, trade association estimates showed, as tightened regulation in the United States and China smother the once-booming sector. FILE PHOTO: Visitors try out e-cigarette products at a booth during the eCig Expo (IECIE) in Shenzhen, Guangdong province,
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