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Round-up of the latest industry news – March 2023

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Round-up of the latest news

Work on the EU’s new AI Act is thought to be nearing completion as lawmakers attempt to close negotiations with members of the European Parliament.

The 1,000 mile range electric vehicle is now fully in sight with the development of a new lithium-air battery.

In the US, the governor of Utah has signed into a law two new social media regulations.  From March 2024 minors will be required to obtain parental consent to create social media accounts, with parents required to have full access to the accounts thereafter.

The European Commission has proposed that manufacturers in various sectors will have to enable repairs for their products for up to ten years after purchase.

The Federal Communications Commission says it wants to help satellite companies and mobile carriers partner up to close gaps in wireless networks.

Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel and creator of ‘Moore’s law’ has died. In his now famous 1965 article he suggested that integrated circuits would lead to home computers.

A team of engineers at Columbia University in New York have used a 3D printer to make a cheesecake using edible food 'ink' as part of printed food project.


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