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August 9, 2023
San Francisco Officials Hesitant to Expand Driverless Car Services
By Yiwen Lu | |
Over the past year or so, a jarring sight has
Anthropic launches improved version of its entry-level LLM
By Kyle Wiggers | |
Anthropic, the AI startup co-founded by ex-OpenAI execs, has released
Why watermarking AI-generated content won’t guarantee trust online
By Claire Leibowicz | |
Further complicating matters, watermarking is often used as a “catch-all”
White House launches AI cyber competition to fix software vulnerabilities
By Lindsey Wilkinson | |
Dive Brief: The Biden-Harris administration is inviting teams to compete
The Twitch-Fueled Catastrophe of Kai Cenat’s New York City Giveaway
By Will Bedingfield | |
In aerial footage, a crowd throngs a bus, hurling chairs
NIST releases draft overhaul of its core cybersecurity framework
By David Jones | |
The National Institute of Standards and Technology released a long-anticipated
Special Counsel Obtained Search Warrant for Trump’s Twitter Account
By Alan Feuer | |
Prosecutors working for Jack Smith, the special counsel who has
App Store payment rules won’t change as Apple’s battle with Epic Games heads to Supreme Court
By Sarah Perez | |
Apple’s current App Store rules will continue to stand, as
Rapid7 to cut 18% of workforce, shutter certain offices
By David Jones | |
Rapid7, a Boston-based cybersecurity firm, plans to cut 18% of
Merging physical and digital tools to build resilient supply chains
Supply-chain traceability: Produce grower Ocean Mist Farms encodes traceability data,
The Weird Way That Human Waste Is Killing Corals
By Matt Simon | |
“Even with a severe heat wave in 2015, 20 percent
Google’s AI ambassador walks a fine line between hype and doom
By Gerrit De Vynck | |
James Manyika is one of Google's top artificial intelligence ambassadors.
Slack gets interface makeover with a more unified approach including dedicated DMs
By Ron Miller | |
Like most software, Slack developed over time adding a slew
After 25 years of hype, embryonic stem cells still don’t cure for anything
By Antonio Regalado | |
“If awards were given for the most intriguing, controversial, and
The All-American Myth of the TikTok Spy
By Yangyang Cheng | |
To continue operating in the US under ByteDance ownership, TikTok
This Is a Reminder That You’re Probably Oversharing on Venmo
By Brian X. Chen | |
There’s an app for snooping on your friends, family and
Pretiosum Ventures hits first close on its second fund to back infrastructure startups
By Mike Butcher | |
London-based Pretiosum Ventures has reached the first close of what
What Doctors Wish You Knew About HIPAA and Data Security
By Julie Charnet | |
A former Department of Homeland Security adviser and a doctor,
Even Zoom wants employees back in office
By Niha Masih | |
Comment on this storyCommentVideo communications company Zoom became a mainstay
Made Renovation promises “tech-enabled” remodels; customers describe “absolute nightmare”
By Connie Loizos | |
Last year, Jonas Heineman was overseeing a  team of commercial
Glowforge Aura Review: An Easy to Use Laser Cutter
By Eric Ravenscraft | |
Designs are made of vector images and different colors are
BlueJeans folds | TechCrunch
By Harri Weber | |
Verizon dropped hundreds of millions on BlueJeans at the height
Why Is It So Hard for Scholars to Launch Startups?
By Mureji Fatunde | |
It’s important to decide both what to count and how
Zoom knots itself a legal tangle over use of customer data for training AI models
By Natasha Lomas | |
Three years ago Zoom settled with the FTC over a
The 19 Best Movies on Max (aka HBO Max) Right Now
As the birthplace of prestige TV shows like The Sopranos and The