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One of the first coding schools was hit with a hefty fine.
Meanwhile, Trump continued attacks on NBC, media: "Sadly, they and others are Fake News."
Regulator says Microsoft doesn't offer enough information to enable informed consent.
A 43-page safety report suggests Waymo is gearing up to release a product.
Better data collection could tell us which homes have broadband and which donrsquo;t.
Fully driverless vehicles could soon be legal on California roads.
ISPs would have 30 days to improve speeds or risk losing customers.
Unlike California taxi drivers, ride-hailing drivers don't have to be fingerprinted.
eProseedRTC will co-organize the first edition of the RegTech Summit to be held in Luxembourg on October 12, 2017.

The summit will explore this developing area that is already having a tangible impact on regulatory compliance.

All the evidence suggests...
Verizon wins ruling as T-Mobile's use of crowdsourced speed tests is criticized.
Despite tempered arguments of baseload report, DOE forges ahead on regulation.
People think of autonomous vehicles as incredibly powerful, automatic machines, but the software that guides those machines is programmed by individual people in a manual effort. Wersquo;re spoiled with technology that seems borderline magical, but even the AI programs that manage to learn on their own started out in the hands of human beings.This manual effort is part of whatrsquo;s slowing down the progress of self-driving cars (along with slow regulatory progress and logistical hurdles), but a new approachmdash;microtaskingmdash;might offer a solution to the problem.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here