All federal government agencies have until noon Friday to download the latest software update to block the perpetrator. The U.S. has issued an emergency warning after Microsoft said it caught China hacking...
- NBC News - By Kevin Collier
- By Tech
Two of the world's superpowers are working to amass arsenals of weaponry. No, it's not conventional arms that these countries are seeking but technological. China and the United States are engaged in a race to see which one can dominate the field of artificial intelligence. So who's winning? A new report released this week urges the U.S. to invest more in tech skills so Americans can retain a competitive advantage both in research and development.