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With worker surveillance on the rise, vendors sell devices to fake keyboard and mouse movement.
Apple thinks pushing OpenAI’s brand to hundreds of millions is worth more than money.
Elaborate scheme involved hidden camera and an earpiece to hear answers.
Users react to mangled SD3 generations and ask, "Is this release supposed to be a joke?"
Selling "hard braking event" data seems less lucrative after public outcry.
Critical code-execution flaw was under exploitation 2 months before company disclosed it.
Apple's AI moves are nothing new for a company that has integrated outside tech for decades.
Given shortcomings of Snowflake and its customers, there's plenty of blame to go around.
Apple debuts new catchall AI branding, generative features during WWDC 2024 keynote.
With PoC code available and active Internet scans, speed is of the essence.
300 director-level IT workers making VMware decisions were questioned.
The announcement could be good news for those whose data has been inaccessible.
DDG offers LLMs from OpenAI, Anthropic, Meta, and Mistral for factually-iffy conversations.
With only weeks until the Games start, expect more to come, Microsoft says.
Open letter argues for AI whistleblower provisions due to lack of government oversight.
Attack takes out third-party testing and diagnostics provider critical to care.
Eric Yuan told The Verge that "digital twins" are the future of work.
Researcher says Snowflake customers hit by mass scraping ... "but nobody noticed."
"I'm not sure yet whether I'm going to regret this," says CEO Jensen Huang at Computex 2024.
"Alarmed" writers unions question transparency of AI training deals with ChatGPT maker.

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Six-Word Sci-Fi: Stories Written by You

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AI Chatbots Are Running for Office Now

Meet AI Steve and VIC, the chatbots running for office in 2024. [...]

How to Use Your Smartphone to Counteract Vision Loss (2024): iPhone, Android, Apps

From Magnifier to Lookout, you can benefit from features on Android and Apple devices. [...]

Apple Proved That AI Is a Feature, Not a Product

Other tech companies want to sell you chatbots. Apple’s demos show the value of seeing [...]

Publishers Target Common Crawl In Fight Over AI Training Data

Long-running nonprofit Common Crawl has been a boon to researchers for years. But now its [...]

Supreme Court Upholds Access to Abortion Pill in Unanimous Vote

The biggest battle over abortion rights since Roe v. Wade is over for now—and the [...]

Lux vs. Lumens and Explaining Other Lighting Gear Terms as You Shop (2024)

Shopping for a video or photo light? Confused by all the jargon? Let’s simplify things [...]

LinkedIn’s AI Career Coaches Will See You Now

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The 12 Best Hair Dryers That We've Tested and Reviewed (2024)

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Thinking Different About Apple AI

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A Billionaire Has a Plan to Save the Internet—Buying TikTok Is the Next Step

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Alpine’s A290 EV Has a Built-In, ‘Gran Turismo’ Style Driving Instructor

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The 2024 US Open Is Designed to Thwart Golf’s Big Hitters

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If Ray Kurzweil Is Right (Again), You’ll Meet His Immortal Soul in the Cloud

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The Secret to Living Past 120 Years Old? Nanobots

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Sellers Call Amazon’s Buy Box ‘Abusive.’ Now They’re Suing

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Moment Warehouse Sale: Deals on Cameras, Lenses, and Accessories

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