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Startup Battlefield 200: South American startups

Hi South American early-stage startup founders! Apply for Disrupt 2023’s Startup Battlefield 200. Hurry—time is running out. Application deadline is 11:59 p.m. PDT on May 31. Join Startup Battlefield 200 South America Battlefield 200 (SB 200) showcases 200 promising, impactful early-stage startups. Hand-selects applicants. Free application and participation. South American …

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Ford to use Tesla’s EV charging tech

Ford and Tesla have agreed to give Ford EV owners access to over 12,000 superchargers in the U.S. and Canada. This agreement goes beyond access to Tesla superchargers via adapter. Ford’s 2025 EVs will have Tesla’s NACS charge port. Ford’s second-generation EV lineup includes an electric truck and a three-row …

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First-time researchers found wartime spyware

Security researchers and digital rights organizations believe the Azerbaijani government used NSO Group spyware to target a government worker, journalists, activists, and Armenia’s human rights ombudsperson as part of a years-long conflict that has sometimes escalated into war. Access Now, a digital rights group that investigated some of the cyberattacks, …

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Meta cuts more jobs

On Wednesday, Meta will lay off about 6,000 people. Meta’s “Year of Efficiency” is reorganizing to save money and flatten the organization, which includes these cuts. Employees expected layoffs. Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a March blog post that he would lay off 10,000 workers in late …

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Azure AI Studio lets developers create AI “copilots.”

Microsoft wants companies to build AI-powered “copilots” using Azure tools and OpenAI machine learning models. At its annual Build conference, Microsoft launched Azure AI Studio, a new capability within the Azure OpenAI Service that lets customers combine a model like OpenAI’s ChatGPT or GPT-4 with their own data—text or images—to …

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