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February 10, 2024


ChatGPT: Here’s What It Is, How It Works and How It’s Evolving

Back in 2022, OpenAI wowed the world when it introduced ChatGPT and showed a chatbot with an entirely new level of power, breadth and usefulness. ChatGPT and the generative AI technology behind it aren’t a surprise anymore, but keeping track of what it …

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The Wall Street Journal

Apple’s New Face Computer Is for Work

Forget “spatial computing.” The killer apps for Apple’s new face computer will be the same ones we already use every day. The in-store demo area for the Apple Vision Pro mixed reality (XR) headset at the company’s Fifth Avenue store in New York, US, …

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Readiness To Explore: Innovation That Could Be Super Bowl’s MVP

As Taylor Swift watches from the stands in this weekend’s Super Bowl LVIII, she will see players wearing a new safety device aimed at reducing the risk of brain injuries. A recent two-year study concluded that the “Q Collar” may live up to claims that …

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Google Prepares for a Future Where Search Isn’t King

CEO Sundar Pichai tells WIRED that Google’s new, more powerful Gemini chatbot is an experiment in offering users a way to get things done without a search engine. It’s also a direct shot at ChatGPT.

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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is a fun yet disappointing anti-hero adventure

For every ambitiously bold swing the game takes, there are an equal amount of issues that hold the open-world loot shooter back from the high pedigree that Rocksteady Studios is known for. The core shooting and traversal mechanics are wisely designed to …

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CBS News

Microsoft’s Super Bowl message: We’re an AI company now

Microsoft on Sunday is returning to the Super Bowl with a commercial for its AI-powered chatbot — a sign of the company’s determination to shed its image as a stodgy software maker and reorient its products around the promise of artificial intelligence …

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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Wearable Ultrasound Sticker Monitors Organ Stiffness to Detect Developing Disease

Known as wearable bioadhesive ultrasound elastography, BAUS-E, the sticker is about the size of a postage stamp, comprising a thin transducer array that sends sound waves through the skin into the body, where the waves reflect off internal organs and back …

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Super Bowl advertisers aim for mainstream appeal with AI-focused ads

Microsoft’s Super Bowl spot will promote Copilot, a flagship AI platform powering a range of features across various apps, devices and websites. In a new campaign that debuted this week, Microsoft — which recently rebranded Bing …

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Samsung Business Insights

Allegiant Stadium takes fan experiences to the next level with Samsung display technology

When the Las Vegas Raiders embarked on their move to the entertainment capital of the world, the franchise envisioned a groundbreaking stadium to usher in a new era. The state-of-the-art Allegiant Stadium, with a capacity of 65,000, boasts boundary-pushing …

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The Guardian

Wet skin could save lives when lightning strikes, study finds

In what appears to be a strong contender for an Ig Nobel prize, researchers have subjected 3D models of a human head to the equivalent of a direct lightning strike, revealing they experience less damage if wet.

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