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June 24, 2023

IEEE Spectrum

The Internet Isn’t Completely Weird Yet; AI Can Fix That

But these two new findings foreground some concrete results that detail the consequences of a feedback loop that trains a model on its own output. While the research couldn’t replicate the scale of the largest AI models, such as ChatGPT, the results still …

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KSAT San Antonio

Cleanse the air you breathe with this portable air filter for only $129.99

If you suffer from allergies, frequent colds, or respiratory issues, the Wetie PM2.5 Air Purifier may be the simplest solution to getting some relief. It has wide coverage and can purify the air in rooms up to 1,184sqf.

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The 10 best games from Summer Game Fest 2023 and beyond

Summer Game Fest recently descended upon downtown Los Angeles, but the annual celebration of our favorite pastime wasn’t the only, er, game in town. Xbox and Ubisoft also showed up with more than a few fan-pleasing surprises of their own.

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Kalinga TV

An app can transform smartphones into thermometers that accurately detect fevers

Instead, it uses the phone’s touchscreen and repurposes the existing battery temperature sensors to gather data that a machine learning model uses to estimate people’s core body temperatures. When the researchers tested FeverPhone on 37 patients in an …

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Blizzard News

Competitive Play Update – Teaming up for better matches

With Season 5 now underway, we’ll be bringing new improvements to Competitive Play, including matchmaking updates, bringing back a popular ranked game mode, as well as testing new ways for friends to play together regardless of their individual skill …

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Microsoft, regulators tangle in court over fate of $69 billion deal that could reshape video gaming

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal regulators on Thursday launched a legal attack on Microsoft’s proposed $69 billion takeover of video game maker Activision Blizzard by depicting it as an anticompetitive weapon while Microsoft hailed the deal as a way to …

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KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

You can get paid $2500 to snack at work as a ‘Snacktivity Director’

If you like to fill your long days at work by snacking on your favorite treats, there’s a new temporary “job” opportunity you may want to apply for. The Hillshire Snacking brand is looking for three people to be named Snacktivity Directors.

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