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The 16 Best Shows on Apple TV+ Right Now
Slowly but surely Apple TV+ is finding its feet. The
Meta Unveils a More Powerful A.I. and Isn’t Fretting Over Who Uses It
By Mike Isaac and Cade Metz | |
The largest companies in the tech industry have spent the
Facebook will make its latest Llama AI model free to use
By Gerrit De Vynck, Naomi Nix | |
Comment on this storyCommentFacebook owner Meta will make its cutting
Meta launches an AI research community, but devotes few resources to it
By Kyle Wiggers | |
Angling to stay relevant in the exploding AI field, Meta
White House unveils consumer labeling program to strengthen IoT security
By David Jones | |
Dive Brief: The Biden administration unveiled a long anticipated consumer
Meta’s latest AI model is free for all 
By Melissa Heikkilä | |
Under the hood Getting LLaMA 2 ready to launch required
UKG agrees to pay up to $6M in lawsuit tied to 2021 breach
By Matt Kapko | |
Dive Brief: UKG reached an agreement to settle a class-action
Fourth Amendment Is Not for Sale Act Goes Back to Congress
By Dell Cameron | |
Other lawmakers are alarmed by the FBI’s disclosure of having
A ChatGPT That Recognizes Faces? OpenAI Worries World Isn’t Ready.
By Kashmir Hill | |
The chatbot that millions of people have used to write
U.S. blacklists spyware companies Intellexa and Cytrox, citing security threats
By David DiMolfetta | |
Comment on this storyCommentThe Biden administration on Tuesday added foreign
TikTok’s new program aims to identify rising artists in the music industry
By Aisha Malik | |
TikTok is launching a new program that is designed to
Want agency in the AI age? Get ready to fight
By Melissa Heikkilä | |
Writers are protesting against studios’ use of AI language models
The Future of Children’s Television Isn’t Television
By Kate Knibbs | |
Cocomelon’s success story is far weirder than Ms. Rachel. The
Advertisers Warily Embrace A.I. – The New York Times
By Tiffany Hsu and Yiwen Lu | |
The advertising industry is in a love-hate relationship with artificial
ID verification platform Bureau bumps its Series A to $16.5M
By Catherine Shu | |
Identity verification platform for businesses, Bureau, has added $4.5 million
Hollywood’s Future Belongs to People—Not Machines
By Madeline Ashby | |
And it’s working. Aron Levitz, president of media and publishing
Bluesky is under fire for allowing usernames with racial slurs
By Morgan Sung | |
Bluesky’s moderation woes continue as users threaten to leave the
An Ancient Battle Is Playing Out in the DNA of Every Embryo
By Celia Ford | |
The new paper is the result of herculean computational analyses,
5 marketing slides to bring to your next board meeting
By Walter Thompson | |
Michelle Swan Contributor Michelle Swan is a partner at Tercera
How tech companies got access to our tax data
By Tate Ryan-Mosley | |
The tax companies shared the data through tracking pixels, which
The Top New Features in MacOS Sonoma: Release Date and Compatible Macs
By Brenda Stolyar | |
New in Safari is also the ability to separate the