News of Note—Apple names SVP for AI; FCC fines Swarm and more

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Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Apple has named John Giannandrea as senior vice president of machine learning and artificial intelligence strategy, a new role that shows Cupertino is getting more serious with AI development. Engadget article

> Swarm Technologies is being fined $900,000 by the FCC for launching four unauthorized satellites into orbit in January. Gizmodo article

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