Apple accused NSO Group, the Israeli surveillance company, of “flagrant” violations of its software, as well as federal and state laws.
Ms. Holmes, the founder of the disgraced blood testing start-up Theranos, pointed blame at others and said her company had worked with drug makers.
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Scientists have created a bacterial ink that reproduces itself and can be 3D-printed into living architecture.
This time, a federal agency assessed the ability to pick the right person out of millions of photos. Clearview’s app still faces legal hurdles.
Drew Endy is squarely focused on the potential of redesigning organisms for useful purposes. He also acknowledges significant challenges.
Crypto fans have argued that code can be a better arbitrator than traditional regulators.
A secret arbitrator’s ruling was issued 13 months ago and became public on Monday when lawyers for the studio petitioned a California court to confirm the award.