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ChatGPT creator deploys ‘flawed’ AI detection tool to help teachers spot potential fraud

CNN — Two months after OpenAI pissed off some educators with the public release of ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that can help students and professionals generate surprisingly compelling essays, the company is unveiling a new tool to help teachers adapt. OpenAI announced on Tuesday a new feature, called “AI Text Classifier”, which allows users to …

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Google is testing the ChatGPT-like ‘Apprentice Bard’ chatbot with employees

A man walks through Google’s offices on January 25, 2023 in New York. Leonard Munoz | Corbis News | Getty Images Google is testing new AI-powered chat products that are likely to influence a future public product launch. They include a new chatbot and a potential way to integrate it into a search engine. The …

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Amazon layoffs hit workers in robotics, grocery, healthcare and AWS units

Amazon’s corporate headquarters sits virtually empty on March 10, 2020 in downtown Seattle, Washington. In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Amazon has recommended that all employees in its Seattle office work from home, leaving much of downtown nearly empty of people. John Moore | Getty Images from Amazon More than 18,000 job cuts announced this …

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US stops granting export licenses to Chinese Huawei – sources

Jan 30 (Reuters) – The Biden administration has stopped approving licenses allowing U.S. companies to export most items to China’s Huawei, according to three people familiar with the matter. Huawei has faced U.S. export restrictions on items for 5G and other technologies for several years, but U.S. Commerce Department officials have granted licenses to some …

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US seeks Tesla driver assistance documents; the company increases its investment forecast

WASHINGTON, Jan 31 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) disclosed on Tuesday that the U.S. Justice Department had sought documents related to its self-driving (FSD) and Autopilot assistance systems as the regulatory scrutiny intensifies. The automaker said in a filing that it “has received requests from the DOJ for documents related to Tesla’s Autopilot and FSD …

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Investors dangerously unaware of bear market’s impact on earnings

Famous short seller Jim Chanos sees an alarming trend in the market. “I’ve been on the street [since] 1980 [and] no bear market has ever traded above nine times to 14 times previous peak earnings,” the Chanos & Co. founder told CNBC’s “Fast Money” on Monday. His latest warning comes midway through the earnings season, …

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Folding iPad will launch next year, top Apple analyst Kuo says

The world’s biggest iPhone factory, located in China and run by Foxconn, faced disruptions in 2022. That is likely to filter through to Apple’s December quarter results. Meanwhile, analysts questioned demand for the iPhone 14 from Chinese consumers. Nic Coury | Bloomberg | Getty Images Apple will slow the pace of iPad releases for the …

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Thank You, Hi-Fi Rush, For Sparing Us From Video Game Marketing

screenshot: Hi-Fi Rush Hi-Fi Rusha game built around the concept of pure joy, was notable last week for two things. One, it’s really, really good! And two, it achieved that raret of video game feats: a successful surprise release. By surprise I mean absolute surprise. One minute nobody knew the game even existed, the next …

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China smartphone shipments in 2022 lowest in 10 years, research firm says

SHANGHAI, Jan 29 (Reuters) – China’s smartphone sales fell 13% year-on-year in 2022, the industry’s steepest fall in a decade, as consumers spend cautiously, the research firm of China said on Sunday. IDC market. The total number of devices shipped was 286 million, up from 329 million in 2022. That means 2022’s total sales volume …

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