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Companies like Qualcomm and MediaTek have launched smartphone chipsets that enable the processing power required for AI applications. Large language models are huge AI models trained on vast amounts of data that underpin applications like the widely popular chatbots. The other big part of the AI smartphone puzzle is the term "on-device AI." Previously, many AI applications on devices were actually partly processed in the cloud, then downloaded onto the phone. Smartphone makers say on-device AI improves the security of gear, unlocks new applications and also makes them faster, since the processing is done on the handset.
Persons: SeongJoon Cho, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Bryan Ma, Ma, Ben Wood, Wood Organizations: Samsung Electronics Co, Samsung, Bloomberg, Getty, Mobile World Congress, MWC, IDC, CNBC, Qualcomm, MediaTek, CCS Insight Locations: Seoul, South Korea, Barcelona, Spain
Ukraine's air force said it has shot down another Russian A-50 spy plane. Ukraine previously said it shot down a Russian A-50 in January. AdvertisementUkraine's air force said it shot down another Russian A-50 spy plane on Friday. The A-50 is a crucial spy plane that allows Russian to detect incoming Ukrainian missiles and identify ground targets. AdvertisementIn mid-January, Ukraine said it shot down another Russian A-50 spy plane over Ukraine's southern Zaporizhzhia region on the same day it also said it shot down an Ilyushin Il-22 airborne command post.
Persons: , Gustav Gressel, Natalie Musumeci, Sinéad Baker Organizations: Service, CNN, Business, Ilyushin, UK's Defense Ministry, European Council, Foreign Relations Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Russian, Zaporizhzhia, Azov, Kyiv
Appointment cancellations and financial distress have become a constant at Bethesda Pediatrics, a nonprofit medical clinic in East Texas that is heavily dependent on Medicaid, the health insurance program for the poor. On a recent Monday, the mother of a toddler who had a primary care appointment broke down in tears after learning the child had just lost Medicaid coverage, wondering how she could pay the bill. Another mother told Dr. Danny Price, the clinic’s lead pediatrician, that she was afraid to get her child a flu shot because of the $8 fee she would have to pay now that the child had been dropped from Medicaid. A child with depression did not show up, most likely, Dr. Price presumed, because of having lost Medicaid coverage. The loss of coverage has not only affected families, but is also threatening the financial stability of vital components of the American safety net.
Persons: Danny Price, Price, , Kyu Rhee Organizations: Bethesda Pediatrics, Medicaid, National Association of Community Health Centers Locations: East Texas, Tyler , Texas, United States
If you get a tax bill you can't afford, you can apply for a payment plan to pay it back over time. That's the day your tax return and payment for any tax owed is due to the IRS and most local tax agencies. That's because filing your tax return can come with some surprises — the least pleasant of which is a tax bill you weren't expecting. Prepare for next yearThe best way to avoid a surprise tax bill is to pay what you expect to owe in taxes year-round. If you're self-employed (including any freelancing on the side of other employment), make quarterly estimated tax payments to stay ahead of your liability and avoid additional penalties.
Persons: , that's, they'll Organizations: Service, IRS, Google
The war in Ukraine in 12 key moments
  + stars: | 2024-02-24 | by ( Sophie Tanno | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +13 min
We’ve been taking a look at some of the most significant moments of the war so far. Putin’s announcement signaled the start of Russia’s war in Ukraine, which has so far cost the lives of over 10,300 civilians, according to the United Nations. May 20, 2023: Russia takes control of BakhmutUkrainian army medics treat wounded soldiers at a stabilisation point near Bakhmut frontline. June 2023: Ukraine counteroffensiveUkrainian soldiers shoot rounds into Russian positions with an S60 anti-aircraft canon placed on a truck, outside Bakhmut. February 8, 2024: Ukraine military chief firedCommander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhnyi during an event dedicated to Ukraine's Independence Day on August 24, 2023 in Kyiv.
Persons: Vladmir Putin, Putin, We’ve, , Volodymyr Zelensky, Pavel Klimov, , Marko Djurica, Russia's, Kolya Serga, Ed Ram, Sefa, Diego Herrera Carcedo, Moscow, Bakhmut, Wojciech Grzedzinski, Wagner, Prigozhin, Reuters Yevgeny Prigozhin, Russia’s Wagner, Alexander Lukashenko, Mike Johnson, Samuel Corum, Ukraine Valerii, Yan Dobronosov, Zelensky, Ukraine’s, General Valerii Zaluzhnyi, CNN’s Jennifer Hauser, Victoria Butenko, Daria Tarasova, Andrew Carey Organizations: CNN, NATO, Reuters, Ukraine, United Nations, Presidential Press, Snake, Social Media, Anadolu Agency, Concord, Putin, Getty, Republican, Armed Forces, Moscow Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Moscow, Russia’s, Kyiv, United States, Russian, West, Dnipro, Hroza, Kharkiv, Bucha, Moskva, Crimea, Kherson, Ukrainian, Kremlin, Belgorod, Bakhmut, NATO, Robotyne, Mariupol, Washington , DC, Avdiivka
Indeed, on Monday, the local GOP came out and endorsed Trump days ahead of the state's Republican primary. "The Republicans of Lexington County made it clear that they support President Trump in the First in the South Primary and wanted to make their voices heard," Lexington County GOP Chair Mark Weber said in a statement. In 2016, Trump won his primary bid in Lexington County by about 6 points over Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in a more crowded field. It's become a county to watch on primary nights — doubly so this time around, with its close ties to Haley. In addition to how Lexington County votes, here are some other things to watch on primary night:
Persons: , Nikki Haley, Donald Trump, Dave Mauldin, Haley, Trump, Mark Weber, Donald J, Biden, Larry Koon, Sen, Ted Cruz, Rob Godfrey, Joe Biden, It's, Godfrey, Nathan Ballentine, Ballentine, I'm, Mauldin, you've Organizations: GOP, Trump, Republican Locations: LEXINGTON, S.C, Lexington, Lexington County, Texas
CNN —When special counsel Jack Smith asked the Supreme Court to reject former President Donald Trump’s immunity claims there was an unmistakable hue of urgency to the request. It could grant Trump’s request and then hold arguments and decide the merits of the immunity issue – perhaps on an expedited basis. The Supreme Court can move quickly, at least by judicial branch standards. George Walker IV/APThe Supreme Court denied that request, allowing the appeals court to review the case first. US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor participates in a conversation with University of California Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky on Monday, January 29.
Persons: Jack Smith, Donald Trump’s, Smith, Trump, , Steve Vladeck, Tanya Chutkan, Chutkan, ” Smith, Donald Trump, George Walker IV, Randall Eliason, , ” Eliason, Sonia Sotomayor, Amy Coney Barrett, we’re, ” Barrett, ” Sotomayor, Barack Obama, don’t, Trump’s, Vladeck, Biden, University of California Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky Organizations: CNN, University of Texas School of Law, DC, Appeals, National Religious Broadcasters, Gaylord, Supreme, DC Circuit, George Washington University, National Governors Association, Trump, Democratic, Boy Scouts of America, Boy Scouts, Boy Scouts of, Department of Homeland Security, University of California Berkeley Law, Capitol Locations: Mexico, Boy Scouts of America, Texas
Wall Street returned to its winning ways this week — and Nvidia 's blowout earnings report Wednesday night was a big reason why. Twenty-six of our 32 portfolio stocks have delivered their results this earnings season (we didn't own Abbott Labs at the time of its report). It was a muted week for macroeconomic data, but we did get a slightly better-than-expected January existing home sales report on Thursday. In the week ahead, two more Club names are set to report earnings before a market-moving economic update arrives Thursday morning. The two other reports of note are the January new home sales report on Monday and ISM Manufacturing report on Friday.
Persons: Dow, we'll, bode, We're, Li Auto, Krystal, Arcutis, MARA, Iovance, Goldman Sachs BDC, CRON, BUD, Papa, LEV, Ginkgo, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Spencer Platt Organizations: Nvidia, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Dow, Palo Alto Networks, Bausch Health, Coterra Energy, Abbott, Companies, TJX, Marshalls, TJX Companies, Berkshire Hathaway, Krystal Biotech, Alpha Metallurgical Resources , Inc, Fidelity National Information Services Inc, Animal Health, ELAN, Public Service Enterprise Group, Surgery Partners, BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc, Outdoor Holdings, Enlight Renewable Energy Ltd, Kosmos Energy, Playtika, Video Communications, TiRobot Corp, IRB, SBAC Communications Corporation, HEICO Corporation, FS KKR, Archer Aviation Inc, TransMedics, Sterling Construction Company, AES, Cruise Line Holdings, Lowe's Companies, American Electric Power Company, Bank of Nova, APLS Pharmaceuticals, Bank of Montreal, BMO, Devon Energy, Solar Inc, Technologies, Lab, Virgin Galactic Holdings, Splunk Inc, eBay, EBAY, Luminar Technologies, Agilent Technologies, G Foods, Masimo Corp, Baidu, Parts Inc, Icahn Enterprises, Viatris Inc, ACM Research, Golden Ocean Group, EMCOR, Industries, NRG Energy, Dycom, Editas, UWM Holdings Corporation, Vistra Energy, Marathon Digital Holdings, AMC Entertainment Holdings, Paramount Global, IonQ Inc, International, HP, Monster Beverage Corporation, Cronos, Birkenstock Holding, Anheuser, Busch InBev, Body, Brink's Company, Flags Inc, Papa John's, ACI, Hormel, Lion Electric Company, BlackRock TCP, Dole plc, DOLE, Fisker Inc, Dell Technologies, Ginkgo Bioworks Holdings, Autodesk, Green Brick Partners, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Veeva Systems, INTTEST Corporation, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, New York Stock Exchange, Getty Locations: New York City, U.S, Salesforce, Maxx, Bank of Nova Scotia, BlackRock, Cayman
Paras Griffin/Getty ImagesDuring the week of February 12, 2018, Williams canceled tapings of her show scheduled for Wednesday through Friday. "It's not the flu yet, but I feel flu-ish," Williams said in a video shared on Instagram, which has since been deleted. The host also added that she hadn't taken a sick day since starting her talk show in 2008. "I guess when you don't take a sick day EVER in over 25 years, the ground is supposed to shake! She returned to "The Wendy Williams Show" the following Monday, February 19.
Persons: Wendy Williams, Paras Griffin, Williams, It's, Wendy, I'm Organizations: Weekly Locations: Atlanta
CNN —The suspect in the killing of an Augusta University College of Nursing student on the University of Georgia campus in Athens did not attend school at the campus and did not know the victim, authorities said Friday. The Athens-Clarke County Coroner identified the 22-year-old nursing student on Friday morning. All classes on the University of Georgia’s Athens campus were canceled Friday and will resume Monday, the school said. I will miss and love you forever Laken.”Before her enrollment at Augusta University, Riley was a student at the University of Georgia until 2023, UGA spokesperson Cole Sosebee said. Riley’s body was discovered mere hours after the death of a University of Georgia student the previous night.
Persons: Laken Hope Riley, , Jeff Clark, Jose Antonio Ibarra, Ibarra, Riley, Clark, ” Clark, haven’t, Greg Trevor, Riley “, , Joshua L, Jones, , ” Riley, Lauren Phillips, “ I’m, Cole Sosebee Organizations: CNN, Augusta University College of Nursing, University of Georgia, Augusta University, ” University of Georgia Police, Campus, University of Georgia’s, ” Police, Police, UGA, College of Nursing, University of, University of Augusta College of Nursing, of Nursing, University, Georgia Locations: Athens, Clark, Clarke, , University of Georgia’s Athens
The strikes include at least dozens of targets across multiple locations in Yemen, according to one of the officials, including targets in the capital Sanaa and elsewhere. The targets included Houthi weapons, radar sites, command and control center, as well as underground weapons storage facilities. Earlier this month, the Pentagon said that the continued strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen, which began in January, have destroyed more than 100 missiles and launches, including anti-ship missiles, drones, radars and more. It is also extremely expensive and impractical, some officials note, to keep firing multimillion-dollar missiles at cheap Houthi drones and missiles. CORRECTION: This story has been updated to correct the number of strikes carried out against Houthi targets in Yemen.
Persons: Aden –, Sabrina Singh, ” Singh, , Organizations: CNN, Pentagon, United Nations, Command, US Locations: United States, United Kingdom, Yemen, Iran, Aden, Gaza, Suez, Africa, Gulf, Belize
Amazon will pay more than 700 migrant workers roughly $1.9 million to settle claims they suffered human rights abuses as a result of exploitative labor contracts in Saudi Arabia. While they worked at Amazon warehouses, the workers were housed in accommodations that were "overcrowded and dirty, infested with bed bugs and lacking even the most basic facilities," Amnesty wrote. The abuses suffered by workers were so severe that they likely amounted to "human trafficking for the purpose of labor exploitation as defined by international law and standards," Amnesty wrote in the October report. Amazon has disputed regulators' allegations, and it has said it continues to invest in worker safety. WATCH: Amazon's worker safety hazards come under fire from regulators and the DOJ
Persons: Verité, Abdullah Fahad Al, AFMCO, they're Organizations: Amazon, Amnesty, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Investigative Journalism, Guardian Locations: Robbinsville , New Jersey, Saudi Arabia
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe market is good at going up with no catalyst needed, says Cleo's Sarah KunstHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC.
Persons: Sarah Kunst, Brian Sullivan, Organizations: CNBC
Reuters —Senegal President Macky Sall said on Thursday that April 2 will be the end of his mandate as president of the West African nation. His announcement came after the country’s Constitutional Council, the highest election authority, ruled last week that a 10-month postponement of the vote was unlawful. Sall said however that he cannot issue a decree to hold the election before a national dialogue takes place. He said that candidates who had not been approved by the Constitutional Council would also be invited to the dialogue. “If we find consensus, I will issue the decree immediately to set the date; if consensus is not found, I will refer the matter to the Constitutional Council,” Sall said.
Persons: Macky Sall, ” Sall, Sall, Ousmane Sonko, Karim Wade, Abdoulaye Wade, , Bassirou Diomaye Faye Organizations: Reuters, Constitutional, , firebrand, Constitutional Council Locations: Senegal, West African
His second arrest Thursday was on a new warrant for the exact same charges. In a brief order, district Judge Otis Wright, who will oversee the criminal case against Smirnov in California, raised the possibility that Smirnov’s defense lawyers might be trying to make it easier for him to flee the United States. Wright has scheduled a detention hearing for Smirnov in his Los Angeles courtroom for Monday morning. As a result, the public should have confidence that it will be conducted consistent with the rule of law,” Smirnov’s attorneys wrote. “In this case, the Court has prejudged the detention issue.”Smirnov’s attorneys declined to comment on Wright’s order.
Persons: Alexander Smirnov, ” Smirnov, Joe Biden’s, Prosecutors, Smirnov, Otis Wright, Defendant Smirnov, ” Wright, Wright, Organizations: CNN, FBI, District of Locations: California, United States, Ukraine, Nevada, District, District of Nevada, Los Angeles
Orban Gives Green Light to Sweden’s NATO Bid
  + stars: | 2024-02-23 | by ( Andrew Higgins | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary on Friday declared an end to a monthslong spat with Sweden over the expansion of NATO, saying that a visit by his Swedish counterpart had rebuilt trust and paved the way for the Hungarian Parliament to vote on Monday to ratify the Nordic nation’s membership in the alliance. “We are ready to fight for each other, to give our lives for each other,” Mr. Orban said at a joint news conference in Budapest, the Hungarian capital, with the visiting Swedish leader, Ulf Kristersson. Hungary has been the last holdout in endorsing Sweden’s NATO membership. The sudden warming of relations between the two countries followed a decision by Sweden to provide Hungary with four Swedish-made Gripen fighter jets in addition to the 14 its air force already uses, and a promise that Saab, the maker of the warplanes, will open an artificial intelligence research center in Hungary. Hungary had been stalling for 19 months on ratifying Sweden’s admission to NATO, a delay that had puzzled and exasperated the United States and other members of the military alliance.
Persons: Viktor Orban of Hungary, Mr, Orban, Ulf Kristersson Organizations: Friday, NATO, Swedish, Nordic, Gripen, Saab Locations: Sweden, Budapest, Swedish, Hungary, United States
CNN —Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his country had opened a new phase with Sweden during a joint press conference with Swedish counterpart Ulf Kristersson on Friday as Budapest prepares to ratify Stockholm’s long-delayed NATO bid. Orban, who said last week that the Hungarian Parliament would vote on ratification on Monday, met with Kristersson on Friday and announced at the press conference that Hungary had bought four fighter jets from Sweden. “Being members together in NATO we [will be] able to reconstruct the full trust towards each other,” Orban added later. Sweden and Finland applied for NATO membership in 2022 and Finland joined NATO in April 2023 – doubling the alliance’s border with Russia. But Sweden’s bid was mired in challenges.
Persons: Viktor Orban, Ulf Kristersson, Orban, Kristersson, , ” Orban, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Vladimir Putin, Katalin Organizations: CNN, Swedish, Budapest, NATO, Russia, Gripen, Kurdistan Workers ’ Party, European Union Locations: Hungarian, Sweden, Hungary, Ukraine, Finland, Russia, Turkey
Woodard noted that changes to the S & P 500 typically occur following a period of strong growth. The S & P 500 has gained more than 24% in the past year and has climbed more than 4% from the start of 2024. There are two main criteria for adding a stock to the S & P 500, the strategist said. Here's a look at some of the stocks Bank of America thinks are in contention for entry to the S & P 500. Bank of America analyst Craig Siegenthaler thinks the stock could be added to the S & P 500 as soon as mid-March following the index's planned rebalance.
Persons: they've, Jared Woodard, Stocks, Woodard, FactSet, Palantir, Craig Siegenthaler Organizations: Bank of America, Bank of, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Dow Jones Industrial, Amazon, Palantir Technologies, KKR
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRoblox creators earned $741 million in 2023 through its DevEx programHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC.
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Friday’s filing from Steve Sadow, Trump’s lead attorney in the Georgia case, included an affidavit from a criminal defense investigator who said he relied on subpoenaed cell phone information and cell tower data. The investigator, Charles Mittelstadt, said he generated a report that isolated “all interactions,” including calls and text messages between Wade and Willis. (Trump’s attorney submitted a new filing Friday afternoon to clarify the types of exchanges between Wade and Willis.) In addition, Willis and Wade exchanged phone calls late into the evenings during this time, the investigator says, citing Wade’s subpoenaed cell phone data. This story has been updated with the revised filing from Trump’s attorneys, referring to 12,000 “interactions” between Wade and Willis.
Persons: Donald Trump, Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, Willis, Wade, Steve Sadow, Trump’s, Charles Mittelstadt, , , Mittelstadt, Wade’s, ” Wade, Trump, Scott McAfee, McAfee, Terrence Bradley, Bradley Organizations: CNN, Trump Locations: Georgia, Fulton County, Fulton
CNN —An Australian police officer is facing two murder charges after allegedly killing his former boyfriend and his new partner and disposing of their bodies, which are yet to be found. New South Wales police officer Beaumont Lamarre-Condon, 28, appeared in court on Friday afternoon charged with the murders of Jesse Baird, 26, and Luke Davies, 29. “This has now been ballistically matched to a New South Wales Police firearm … and that firearm belongs to the 28-year-old man who was charged today,” Doherty said. Police said in a statement that the off-duty officer charged was a senior constable attached to a specialist command. An NSW Court spokesperson confirmed Lamarre-Condon had appeared in Waverley court Friday charged with two counts of murder.
Persons: Beaumont Lamarre, Condon, Jesse Baird, Luke Davies, Daniel Doherty, ” Doherty, Baird, Davies, Lamarre, Doherty, van, , “ They’re Organizations: CNN, Cronulla, . NSW Police, New South Wales Police, Police, Bondi Police Locations: New South Wales, Sydney, Paddington, New, NSW, Waverley
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday guided investors through next week's market action, advising them to pay attention to earnings reports from companies including Salesforce, Snowflake and Domino's. "I don't know if the rosy hue from Nvidia has staying power for next week," Cramer said. On Monday, Domino's Pizza reports earnings, and Cramer said he thinks the chain's earnings will be positive and "the king of pizza" can reclaim its title. He added that he thinks cybersecurity company Zscaler's earnings won't disappoint. And on Friday, Cramer will be watching earnings from RadNet , a radiology company.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, He'll, he's Organizations: Nvidia, Cruise Line, Royal, Federal Locations: Snowflake, Royal Caribbean
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailProducer Gavin Polone says Hollywood's AI panic might be overblownHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC.
Persons: Gavin Polone, Brian Sullivan, Organizations: CNBC
The finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, on Monday revised the forecast for economic growth this year to 1 percent, down from 1.4 percent at the end of last year. “Lower growth means lower tax receipts, so the government must spend less,” Mr. Le Maire said at a news briefing. After spending lavishly during the pandemic to support the economy and shield consumers from high energy prices, France is now at risk of breaching European Union budget rules that restrict government borrowing. To avoid that, the government must cut costs to lower the deficit to 4.4 percent of gross domestic product this year, from 4.8 percent
Persons: Bruno Le Maire, Mr, Le Maire Organizations: European Union Locations: France, Ukraine, Gaza, Germany, China
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailSanctions are a long game and Ukraine doesn't have the time, says Longview's Dewardric McNealHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC.
Persons: Ukraine doesn't, Longview's Dewardric McNeal, Brian Sullivan, Organizations: CNBC Locations: Ukraine
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