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Google is pausing the ability for its Gemini AI to generate images of people, after the tool was found to be creating inaccurate historical images.
X has paused searches for Taylor Swift after a proliferation of fake, sexualized, AI-generated photos surfaced on its platform.
A letter from Senator Ron Wyden to the Justice Department has revealed that the U.S. and some foreign governments have been secretly requesting push notification records from Google and Apple to track people of interest.
The next-generation Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses collection is available for customers to buy online and in stores starting today. The new glasses feature improved audio and cameras.
Former Twitch leader Emmett Shear is taking over as OpenAI’s interim chief executive following a chaotic weekend of changes at the company.
Low-paid data workers who train AI models sent a letter to lawmakers ahead of a Senate meeting with AI leaders today urging Congress to protect their rights.
Elon Musk's social media site X will start charging new users in New Zealand and the Philippines to use the platform. Musk claims the $1 yearly fee will fight bots.
People can now talk to and have a conversation with OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT. The company says it can generate human-like audio from just text and a few seconds of sample speech.
Social media platform X plans to collect user biometric, employment, and education data as a matter of policy.
Allison Koenecke, assistant professor of information science at Cornell University, says AI systems do not perform equally for all English speakers, which could negatively impact the hiring process.