Turnberry and other golf clubs charge the U.S. government at cost, not for profit, the company said.
Facebook’s AI researchers will learn “how the world works by observation, like young children do in the first few months of life.”
Analysts and investors say Elon Musk's latest outburst distracted from his company and "crossed a line."
On Friday, company president Brad Smith urged lawmakers in a blog post to form a bipartisan and expert commission that could set standards and ward against abuses of face recognition, in which software can be used to identify a person from afar without their consent.
Martin Tripp told the SEC on Friday that the Silicon Valley car company, whose $53 billion value rivals that of General Motors, had pushed for a number of potentially damaging measures to meet production quotas, including placing batteries with puncture holes into vehicles and reusing scrapped parts.
The CEO helped make Tesla one of America’s most valuable automakers. But his intense “nano-manager” leadership style has sometimes led the company into chaos.
CEO Elon Musk had hoped to reach the milestone last year, but manufacturing problems caused delays.
Companies are working to fix face recognition's racial-bias problem. But critics still argue the technology is too morally fraught to deploy.
That showdown has exposed deep rancor at a tech giant that has become infamous for its head-turning cars, high-pressure workloads — and Musk, its unyielding boss.
The lawsuit adds a new layer of intrigue to a company already consumed with production pressures and internal suspicions about a conspiracy.