This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

1. A news anchor created on the basis of AI was introduced in Kuwait.

2. Former Twitter executives sued the social network.

Former Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, former general counsel Vijay Gadde and former CFO Ned Segal sued the company, claiming it owes them more than $1 million in legal fees.

3. OpenAI invests in humanoid robots to achieve universal intelligence.

4. The world’s first laser 8K TV is presented. The basis of the novelty was an ultra-focus DLP projector capable of displaying more than one billion shades of colors.

5. Scientists have developed a new system for converting seawater into hydrogen fuel.

6. Up to $20,000: OpenAI will pay ChatGPT users a reward for discovering vulnerabilities.

7. Samsung posted a record-low operating profit for the first time in 14 years.

8. Xiaomi patents a smartphone with a rotating scroll display.

9. YouTube introduced five new features for Premium subscribers:

    • The ability to add videos to the playback queue on phones and tablets.
    • Share videos via Google Meet Live Sharing on Android or FaceTime SharePlay on iOS. In addition, one subscription is enough for this – from the creator of the meeting.
    • Automatic loading of recommended videos into the device memory so that you can watch them even without connecting to the Internet. The function is called “Smart Downloads”.
    • The ability to continue watching the video from the same place when switching to another device. For example, from a smartphone to a laptop.
    • Viewing 1080p video with an improved bitrate — for maximum detail and clarity of the picture.

10. The Chinese authorities plan to check the safety of generative artificial intelligence before giving permission for their work on the territory of the country. This is the first step in the world to regulating a technology that is already changing our world.


That’s this week in tech!

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