(Bloomberg) -- Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Cisco Systems Inc. are among technology giants lining up to harness data from India’s farmers in an ambitious government-led productivity drive aimed at transforming an outmoded agricultural industry.Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration, which is seeking to ensure food security in the world’s second-most populous nation, has signed preliminary agreements with the three U.S. titans and a slew of local businesses starting April to share
Global collaboration software spending reached $22.6 billion in 2020, according to an IDC report, an increase of 32.9% since 2019. As the Delta variant continues to spread, companies are delaying their return-to-office plans, driving online teamwork market growth. September should have been the month when remote workers finally returned to the “old normal,” but many companies have changed their plans in light of the recent Covid surge. Tech giants such as Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Google (NASDAQ: G
Microsoft and Adobe are diving into the battle against deepfake technology, with a $26 million investment into image verification startup Truepic, pointing to the growing threat brought on by digitally altered photos and videos.