This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

  1. Musk can rename the Twitter social network to X.

  2. An American lawyer used ChatGPT to prepare a lawsuit, and he was defrauded. Steven Schwartz of Levidow, Levidow & Oberman asked the AI to match cases similar to the one he was involved in. The chatbot came up with non-existent data, which is why Schwartz is now in trouble.

  3. YouTube will abandon YouTube Stories.

  4. In just six days, the OpenAI ChatGPT application was downloaded more than 500,000 times
  5. Instagram may have its own chatbot with artificial intelligence.

  6. The EU requires labeling of all content produced by artificial intelligence. Companies that deploy generative AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard that can generate disinformation must flag such content as part of their efforts to combat fake news.

  7. Microsoft will stop supporting the Cortana voice assistant as a separate program in the Windows operating system starting at the end of this year. This was reported by the company’s support service.

  8. The TikTok social network began testing the Tako artificial intelligence chatbot.

  9. The layoffs continue: Meta begins its latest round of layoffs. Meta Platforms Inc has begun the latest round of layoffs in three parts as part of a plan to cut 10,000 jobs announced in March.

  10. New AR glasses from Apple. What will attract customers to the new gadget:
  • Comfortable and interesting 3D interface with voice control.
  • Gesture and even eye control.
  • Through the glasses, you can watch videos, play games and work with several applications at once and communicate with people at the same time.

That’s this week in tech!

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