- Beautiful nicknames will appear. Elon Musk announced the deletion of old Twitter accounts.
- Spotify removed tens of thousands of songs written by artificial intelligence.
- Google will add blue verification checks for Gmail users.
Google email owners will now be able to get a blue tick. This can be done using the Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) feature.
- Facebook warns that hackers are disguising malware as ChatGPT.
The social network’s security service discovered many viruses that used the interface or functionality of the popular program.
- Samsung banned its employees from using artificial intelligence tools. After the recent leak of confidential data, the company officially banned employees from using applications built on the basis of a neural network.
- The top manager of the crypto exchange Coinbase hacked ChatGPT and forced it to predict the future.
A Coinbase executive claims to have discovered a jailbreak method for ChatGPT that allows him to calculate the probability of strange scenarios for cryptocurrency prices.
The crypto exchange’s head of business operations, Conor Grogan, an avid ChatGPT user, shared a screenshot of the results on his Twitter.
So, a large linguistic model (often called artificial intelligence) ChatGPT claims that there is a 15% chance that Bitcoin (BTC) will “lose relevance” with a price drop of more than 99.99% by 2035.
- iPhone 14 has become the most unsuccessful Apple smartphone in 12 years.
- Calling and video chat functionality will appear on Twitter.
- Apple will increase the screens in the iPhone 16.
In the Pro version, the sensors will be hidden under the screen
- Scientists have created a device that allows you to feel the smell in virtual reality.
That’s this week in tech!