Mozilla launches $30m startup for trustworthy AI

John Leonard
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Mozilla launches $30m startup for trustworthy AI
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Mozilla launches $30m startup for trustworthy AI

Initial focus will be on tools that make generative AI safer and more transparent and people-centric recommendation systems

Mozilla, the non-profit behind Firefox, has announced a startup dedicated to providing trustworthy AI. The move comes as interest in AI reaches fever pitch, thanks in a large part to the success...

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