Buy now, pay later apps turn focus to business owners

'Buy now, pay later' platforms have changed life for shoppers and now small businesses will be courted with the same model. "What we're seeing now is businesses getting really crunched around payment terms…it's like there's a freeze or a jolt in the system," Cloudfloat founder Aleem Habibullah says. Fintechs are increasingly targeting businesses with buy now, pay later tech. Credit:Quentin […]

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Commentary: Are China, Russia winning the AI arms race?

In October 31 Chinese teenagers reported to the Beijing Institute of Technology, one of the country’s premier military research establishments. Selected from more than 5000 applicants, Chinese authorities hope they will design a new generation of artificial intelligence weapons systems that could range from microscopic robots to computer worms, submarines, drones and tanks. The program is a potent reminder of […]

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JetSmarter may be sold for a fraction of its targeted value

JetSmarter, the once high-flying private aircraft-booking app backed by Jay-Z and the Saudi royal family, is being cleared for emergency landing. Valued at $1.6 billion two years ago, the so-called Uber of the skies is deep into “rescue talks” that could result in a sale for as little as $20 million, two industry insiders told The Post. Both insiders identified […]

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KFC slash price of bargain buckets to celebrate bringing back chicken Tuesdays

Undeniably the kings of fried chicken, there’s never a moment that we don’t want to dig in to a KFC. Including Tuesday evenings, which are fast becoming synonymous with the fast food restaurant, thanks to the invention of the brand’s chicken Tuesdays. On Tuesdays only, for the entire day, you can get nine pieces of original recipe chicken on the […]

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Commentary: Are China, Russia winning the AI arms race?

In October 31 Chinese teenagers reported to the Beijing Institute of Technology, one of the country’s premier military research establishments. Selected from more than 5000 applicants, Chinese authorities hope they will design a new generation of artificial intelligence weapons systems that could range from microscopic robots to computer worms, submarines, drones and tanks. The program is a potent reminder of […]

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