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Apple leaps into AI with an array of upcoming iPhone features and a ChatGPT deal to smarten up

Apple leaps into AI with an array of upcoming iPhone features and a ChatGPT deal to smarten up

CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple has jumped into the race to bring generative artificial intelligence to the masses, spotlighting a slew of features Monday designed to soup up the iPhone, iPad and Mac.
Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

OTTAWA — Canada's leading research universities warn that a proposed foreign influence transparency registry could have an unintended "chilling effect" on international partnerships, meaning Canada misses out on cutting-edge opportunities.
In Wyoming, Bill Gates moves ahead with nuclear project aimed at revolutionizing power generation

In Wyoming, Bill Gates moves ahead with nuclear project aimed at revolutionizing power generation

Bill Gates and his energy company are starting construction at their Wyoming site for a next-generation nuclear power plant he believes will “revolutionize” how power is generated.
Harsh winters put an end to Halifax palm tree experiment begun in 2018

Harsh winters put an end to Halifax palm tree experiment begun in 2018

HALIFAX — An unlikely experiment undertaken six years ago to see if palm trees could survive the fickle weather of Halifax came to an end this spring when the last two surviving trees failed to bloom.
Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

OTTAWA — Canada's privacy commissioner is teaming up with his U.K. counterpart to investigate a data breach discovered last year at 23andMe. Philippe Dufresne's office says the joint investigation with U.K.
African elephants call each other by unique names, new study shows

African elephants call each other by unique names, new study shows

WASHINGTON (AP) — African elephants call each other and respond to individual names — something that few wild animals do, according to new research published Monday .
Nvidia 10-for-1 stock split goes into effect after stock price for the chipmaker doubled this year

Nvidia 10-for-1 stock split goes into effect after stock price for the chipmaker doubled this year

Nvidia's 10-for-1 stock split is in effect, giving investors nine additional shares for every one that they already own. Shares declined slightly to $119.77 shortly after the market open on Monday.
How Lee Kalpakis turns the usually upscale scallop into a camping delight

How Lee Kalpakis turns the usually upscale scallop into a camping delight

Lee Kalpakis thinks this recipe is so funny. Every time she came across it while working on her book “Out There,” about outdoor cooking, she would smile and think, “What are you doing here? You’re far too elegant for a camper cookbook.
'No network is flawless': Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

'No network is flawless': Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

As wind-driven wildfires broke out on the Hawaiian island of Maui last summer, killing more than 100 people and destroying thousands of buildings, a telecommunications blackout kept many residents in the dark.
Netflix's recipe for success includes 'secret sauce' spiced with Silicon Valley savvy

Netflix's recipe for success includes 'secret sauce' spiced with Silicon Valley savvy

LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) — Although its video streaming service sparkles with a Hollywood sheen, Netflix still taps its roots in Silicon Valley to stay a step ahead of traditional TV and movie studios.