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AI tool helps couples write wedding vows as marriage expert warns, 'Be cautious' with technology

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Becky Jefferies made it to the front of the aisle amid her marriage ceremony in Greece when she realized her wedding dress was incomplete. Artificial intelligence is the hot new topic of conversation as AI tools are increasingly threatening to replace the "human" component in a variety of everyday tasks -- or are already doing so. For some, artificial intelligence apps like ChatGPT are being used to write or draft academic papers, answer medical questions and receive advice on a wide array of topics. Some engaged couples are now using the platforms for help when writing their wedding vows. Fox News Digital tried using ChatGPT to write wedding vows -- typing "write my wedding vows" into the platform.

Who is watching you? AI can stalk unsuspecting victims with 'ease and precision': experts

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Sam Altman, the CEO of artificial intelligence lab OpenAI, told a Senate panel he welcomes federal regulation on the technology'to mitigate' its risks. A stranger in a coffee shop can watch you and learn virtually everything about you, where you've been and even predict your movements "with greater ease and precision than ever before," experts say. All the user would need is a photo and advanced artificial intelligence technology that already exists, said Kevin Baragona, a founder of "There are services online that can use a photo of you, and I can find everything. Every instance of your face on the internet, every place you've been and use that for stalker-type purposes," Baragona told Fox News Digital.

Drone attack on Moscow causes minor damage, no casualties: Mayor

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The Russian capital has been hit by a rare drone attack that has caused "minor" damage to buildings and no casualties, the city's mayor said. "This morning, at dawn, a drone attack caused minor damage to several buildings. All the city's emergency services are on the scene … No one has been seriously injured so far," Moscow's mayor Sergei Sobyanin said in a statement on Tuesday. Moscow, located more than 1,000km (620 miles) from Ukraine, has only rarely been the target of drone attacks since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, even though such attacks have become more common elsewhere in Russia. Andrei Vorobyov, governor of the Moscow region, said on the Telegram channel that several drones were shot down on their approach to Moscow. It was not immediately clear who launched the drones.

Asus plans to sell first managed AI service hosted at client facilities

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Taiwan's Asustek Computer plans to introduce one of the first services that lets companies tap into the potential of generative artificial intelligence while keeping control over their data. The novelty of the Taipei-based firm offering, called AFS Appliance, is that all of the hardware will be installed at the client's own facilities -- to maintain security and control. The AI computational platform, built on Nvidia Corp.'s chip technology, will be operated and updated with new data by Asustek, also known as Asus. A major concern around services like OpenAI is that they're operated through online data centers that can expose sensitive information. Samsung Electronics Co. banned employees from using OpenAI's ChatGPT after it found workers had uploaded sensitive code to the platform.

China says it plans to put astronauts on the moon by 2030

Washington Post - Technology News

"The overall goals are to realize China's first manned landing on the moon before 2030, carry out scientific exploration and related technology demonstrations on the lunar surface, develop a commuting system and short-term stay system for crews, and develop human-robot integrated testing and other key technologies," Lin said at a news conference at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwestern China on Monday.

NVIDIA's G-Sync ULMB 2 aims to minimize motion blur in games


NVIDIA has revealed G-Sync Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB) 2, the second generation of tech it designed to minimize motion blur in competitive games. Compared with ULMB, which it released in 2015, the company says the latest version offers nearly twice as much brightness, along with almost no crosstalk -- the strobing or double-image effect that sometimes appears when blur reduction features are enabled. Motion clarity is largely determined by the monitor's pixel response time. To improve matters, NVIDIA is using "full refresh rate backlight strobing," which builds on the backlight strobing technique from the original ULMB. Although the previous version of the tech improved motion clarity for many, it needed to switch off the monitor's backlight 75 percent of the time.

China to land astronauts on moon before 2030, officials say

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Former NASA astronaut Tom Jones speaks on what the launch of Artemis I could mean for the future of space exploration on'Your World.' China space officials said Monday that the program plans to place astronauts on the moon before 2030, as well as expand its space station. The deputy director of the Chinese Manned Space Agency confirmed that objectives at a press conference at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, but did not provide a timeline. Deputy Director Lin Xiqiang told reporters that the country is first preparing for a "short stay on the lunar surface and human-robotic joint exploration." "We have a complete near-Earth human space station and human round-trip transportation system," he said.

Russia issues Lindsey Graham arrest warrant after Ukraine comments

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy held a meeting with U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham on May 26, 2023, during the senator's third visit to Ukraine since Russia invaded the country. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., is a wanted man in Russia for comments he made while visiting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Friday. Russia's Interior Ministry put out a warrant for Graham's arrest on Monday in response to an edited video released by Zelenskyy's office in which Graham praised U.S. support for Ukraine's defense and noted that Russians are dying as Ukraine fights for its freedom. In the video, Graham noted that "the Russians are dying" and described the U.S. military assistance to the country as "the best money we've ever spent." While Graham appeared to have made the remarks in different parts of the conversation, the short video by Ukraine's presidential office put them next to each other, causing outrage in Russia.

NVIDIA's generative AI lets gamers converse with NPCs


NVIDIA has unveiled technology called Avatar Cloud Engine (ACE) that would allow gamers to speak naturally to non-playable characters (NPCs) and receive appropriate responses. The company revealed the tech during its generative AI keynote at Computex 2023, showing a demo called Kairos with a playable character speaking to an NPC named Jin in a dystopic-looking Ramen shop. The demo (below in 32:9, the widest widescreen I've ever seen) shows the player carrying on a conversation with Jin. "Hey Jin, how are you," the person asks. "Unfortunately, not so good," replies Jin. "How come?" " I am worried about the crime around here.

AI in dentistry: Researchers find that artificial intelligence can create better dental crowns

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Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel joins'Fox & Friends' to discuss the benefits of artificial intelligence in the medical industry if used with caution. Artificial intelligence is taking on an ever-widening role in the health and wellness space, assisting with everything from cancer detection to medical documentation. Soon, AI could make it easier for dentists to give patients a more natural, functional smile. Researchers from the University of Hong Kong recently developed an AI algorithm that uses 3D machine learning to design personalized dental crowns with a higher degree of accuracy than traditional methods, according to a press release from the university. The AI analyzes data from the teeth adjacent to the crown to ensure a more natural, precise fit than the crowns created using today's methods, the researchers said.