Facing regulatory pushback, Juul is working on a new device to curb nicotine addiction

    A sign advertising Juul products is displayed in a store on Dec. 19, 2019 in New York City. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

    As it tries to get ahead of a regulatory crackdown on the vaping industry, e-cigarette company Juul Labs has applied for a patent on a new device it claims will use machine learning to help wean people off nicotine.

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