Huawei scales back production, AI destroys humans (again)
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Chinese smartphone giant Huawei is scaling back production of its smartphones according to a report by the South China Morning Post.
The report states that Foxconn which manufactures the smartphones will halt production on some line.
The news comes two weeks after US President Donald Trump signed an executive order, cutting off Huawei from American suppliers.
DeepMind, the artificial intelligence developers backed by Google's parent company, Alphabet, have created another human destroying AI.
This time in the video game Quake 3. After training day with 450,000 games of capture the flag, the AI quickly came to demolish its human opponents.
However, human players did scrounge out a victory 25% of the time.
And finally, is this the end of iTunes?
Apple's media management app seems destined to be replaced after the company abruptly deleted its social media posts from Instagram and Facebook.
On Friday, Bloomberg reported Apple will unveil three new standalone apps to manage music, TV and podcasts and we expect to see that change as early as Monday.
At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
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