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May 18, 2024


Elon Musk’s Neuralink is seeking a second person to test its brain chip

Elon Musk’s brain implant startup Neuralink is accepting applications for a second human trial participant to test its device, the billionaire said on X Friday. The request comes five months after Neuralink implanted a brain chip into its first human …

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Google is making smart phone upgrades. Is Apple next?

Tech industry observers expect that situation to change in about a month when Apple is predicted to introduce a raft of new generative AI-powered features at its Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC).

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ABC News

Neuralink says they’re looking to implant next 2 participants in coming months

Neuralink is planning to implant two new study participants with the company’s brain computer interface in the coming months, the company told ABC News. Noland Arbaugh, the first study participant to receive Neuralink’s surgically implanted device …

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Google all in on AI and Gemini: How it will affect your Google searches

Gemini, Google’s language model that powers its Gemini AI chatbot and other multimodal tools, is expanding into other apps and features in the coming months, the tech company announced earlier this week at their annual developer conference, Google I/O.

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The Verge

‘iPhone 17 Slim’ rumors point to a redesigned model in 2025

Another report from analyst Ross Young reportedly pegs the new display size at 6.55 inches. The Information’s sources indicate there are still multiple designs under consideration for the new high-end model, with an …

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CBS News

Samsung trolls Apple after failed iPad Pro “crush” ad

The Apple spot featured a hydraulic press shown crushing instruments, paint buckets, an arcade game and other objects, seemingly to demonstrate that the latest iPad is at once powerful and compact. But Artists and other critics …

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Fast Company

Former OpenAI leader blasts company for ignoring ‘safety culture’

Leike said leaving OpenAI was “one of the hardest things I have ever done because we urgently need to figure out how to steer and control AI systems much smarter than us.” However, he said, …

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CNN International

The Golfshot app is a total game changer when it comes to fixing your swing

The Golfshot app isn’t new, having previously offered a suite of GPS and motion data that ranges from on-course distances and greens, hazards and doglegs to scoring, strokes gained and swing analysis. But now, thanks to the high-frequency accelerometer …

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Google’s AI Overviews Are Here, Whether You Want Them or Not

Google’s new Gemini-powered search experience is rolling out to users in the US. Here’s some advice on how to navigate it. And if you want to turn AI Overviews off, too bad.

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