News of Note—Apple patent filing reveals new iPhone feature; SK’s 5G traffic win and more

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SK Telecom was awarded a contract to deploy 5G infrastructure to support a smart traffic system in Seoul. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Apple has quietly filed a patent detailing how new iPhones will be able to tell you when to take a photo and automatically open the camera. Forbes article

> South Korea’s largest carrier, SK Telecom, was awarded a contract to deploy 5G infrastructure to support a smart traffic system in Seoul. RCR Wireless News article

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> Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott believes understanding AI in the future will help people become better citizens. VentureBeat article

> The world's largest dronemaker, DJI, has reported that it will take a loss of up to $150 million due to employee fraud. Engadget article

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