China's cyberspace regulator says it will strengthen efforts to build a "civilized" internet, using the platform to disseminate party theories (Brenda Goh/Reuters)

Brenda Goh / Reuters: China’s cyberspace regulator says it will strengthen efforts to build a “civilized”…

AWS launches new EC2 instances powered by AI accelerators from Intel's Habana, claims 40% better price-performance to train ML models over latest GPU instances (Kyle Wiggers/VentureBeat)

Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat: AWS launches new EC2 instances powered by AI accelerators from Intel’s Habana,…

UserGems, whose AI-based data mapping tech helps companies identify prospective customers for B2B sales, raises a $20M Series A led by Craft Ventures (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)

Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch: UserGems, whose AI-based data mapping tech helps companies identify prospective customers for…

Israel-based Augury, which uses AI to monitor industrial machine health, raises a $180M Series E at a $1B+ valuation, bringing its total funding to $286M (Ofir Dor/Globes Online)

Ofir Dor / Globes Online: Israel-based Augury, which uses AI to monitor industrial machine health, raises…

Alphabet's "Other Bets" had a Q3 operating loss of $1.29B, up from $1.1B YoY, on revenue of $182M primarily generated by Verily and Fiber, up from $178M YoY (Abner Li/9to5Google)

Abner Li / 9to5Google: Alphabet’s “Other Bets” had a Q3 operating loss of $1.29B, up from…

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