Weapon

Europe’s Margrethe Vestager Uses a Rarely Used Weapon to Take On Big Tech

Already considered the world’s most assertive regulator of the technology industry, the European authorities on Wednesday signaled an even more aggressive approach by applying a rarely used rule to order a company to halt a potentially anticompetitive practice as investigators explore the case. The European Commission’s antitrust enforcer, Margrethe Vestager, said “interim measures” were being …

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre to install weapon detection tech that uses machine learning

Weapons detection technology that uses machine learning is set to be tested at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) later this year. The technology, which is called Hexwave, was developed by the MIT Lincoln Library and exclusively licensed to Vancouver-based Liberty Defense. It uses 3D imaging and AI to assess and detect threats as groups …

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DocuSign Chairman Calls Speed the ‘Ultimate Weapon’

Text size Keith Krach, DocuSign’s chairman David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Shares of DocuSign are up by more than half since the enterprise-software company’s initial public offering in April—a surge that underscores how digital transformation is sparking economic growth, according to Chairman Keith Krach. “Companies focused on productivity improvement are driving the economy,” Krach tells Barron’s. The …

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