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Tech byte: Catch up on latest tech news roundup from April 7 to April 14, 2024

Tech byte: Catch up on latest tech news roundup from April 7

We're glad you're here for the most recent collections of Technology News, where we swiftly present the most interesting AllNews stories from the previous week.

Microsoft unveils plan for AI hub in London

Microsoft has unveiled plans to establish a new artificial intelligence (AI) hub in London.

The initiative, led by Mustafa Suleyman, a London-born cofounder of Google DeepMind recently hired by Microsoft, will primarily focus on product development and research in the rapidly evolving field of AI. Read more here.

Nigeria launches upgraded Citizens’ Delivery Tracker App

 The Federal Government of Nigeria has launched an upgraded version of the Citizens’ Delivery Tracker App to enhance transparency and citizen participation in governance.

This initiative allows citizens to monitor the deliverables and key performance indicators (KPIs) of all ministries, enabling them to provide assessments and feedback. Read more here.

LinkedIn introduces Thought Leader ads to boost marketing revenue

LinkedIn, a platform traditionally associated with professional networking, is entering the influencer marketing arena with the launch of Thought Leader ads.

The move comes amidst stagnating revenue growth since 2022, prompting the company to tap into its expansive user base, which surpassed 1 billion members in November. Read more here.

TikTok to introduce AI creator feature, may compete with human influencers

TikTok is venturing into the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI) by planning to introduce an AI creator feature, potentially altering the landscape of influencer marketing on its platform.

According to a report by The Information, TikTok is exploring the development of virtual influencers to endorse and market products, a move that could disrupt the traditional model of sponsored ads created by human influencers. Read more here.

China to replace Intel, AMD chips in telecom systems

China intends to eliminate foreign-made chips, including those manufactured by industry giants Intel and AMD from its telecommunications infrastructure by 2027.

Directed by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, telecom providers are instructed to identify and remove foreign chips from their networks. Read more here.

These are a few of this week's most recent technology news. For more information on the most recent news in Nigeria and across the world, visit www.allnews.ng.

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