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Elon Musk’s SpaceX is expanding its Starlink satellite technology into military applications with a new business line called Starshield. “While Starlink is designed for consumer and commercial use, Starshield is designed for government use,” the company wrote on its website. Few details are available about the intended scope and capabilities of Starshield, and the company hasn’t previously announced tests or work on the technology.   Elon Musk’s SpaceX is expanding its Starlink satellite technology into military applications with a new business line called Starshield. Starshield is likely to further tap the company’s biggest U.S. government customer – the Pentagon – which...

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Payments, Twitter -

Elon Musk took over as CEO of Twitter last week, and the media world—which spends most of its day on the social media platform—has been obsessing about his motives. Did he buy Twitter to advance a hard-right political agenda? Why did he carry a sink into Twitter headquarters? Is he planning for world domination? The answer is more ho-hum: It’s all about payments. Musk, of course, is part of the PayPal Mafia, the gang that built the giant payment platform in the late ’90s and went on to become billionaires. Payments are in Musk’s blood. One of his first companies was a payments business called...

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Elon Musk gave a strong indication today that his purchase of Twitter is indeed on track in a reference to the tortured deal, not via tweet, but towards the tail end of an earnings’ call for Tesla. He said the social media platform he’s looking to acquire by a court-imposed Oct. 28 deadline is currently overvalued, but “has incredible potential.” “Although, obviously, myself and the other investors are obviously overpaying for Twitter right now, the long-term potential for Twitter in my view is an order of magnitude greater than its current value,” the billionaire Tesla founder said after the electric automaker’s quarterly results.  ...

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DALL-E 2, Ignite 2022, Microsoft Designer, Microsoft Image Creator -

Microsoft is making a major investment in DALL-E 2, OpenAI’s AI-powered system that generates images from text, by bringing it to first-party apps and services. During its Ignite conference this week, Microsoft announced that it’s integrating DALL-E 2 with the newly announced Microsoft Designer app and Image Creator tool in Bing and Microsoft Edge. With the advent of DALL-E 2 and open source alternatives like Stable Diffusion in recent years, AI image generators have exploded in popularity. In September, OpenAI said that more than 1.5 million users were actively creating over 2 million images a day with DALL-E 2, including artists, creative directors and authors. Brands such...

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Accelerated data sharing to turn insights into actions faster, ALM pipeline automation, Cross-tenant dataset sharing, Ignite 2022, Infuse AI into every business process, Microsoft Power Pages, Power Automate description to cloud flow, Power Automate format data by examples, Scale low-code securely, Share interactive Power BI charts directly from OneDrive and SharePoint, Updates to document processing with AI Builder -

Microsoft Power Platform is empowering you to do more with less by making it easier than ever to securely scale low-code adoption, increase organizational collaboration, and infuse AI and automation into all of your business processes.  The scope of chief information officers (CIOs), IT departments, and IT professionals has greatly expanded beyond their traditional roles in recent years, making it critical that they can quickly solve technical problems to match increasing demands. As they look to do more with less, they require technology that can enable them to produce enterprise-grade solutions faster and with less effort.  To better support users everywhere,...

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