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US lawsuit takes aim at 'weapon of choice' for stalkers

Al Jazeera

San Francisco, California – With the nearest bridge under construction, Cheriena Ben had to take the long way home: down a long, winding road through an isolated stretch of central Mississippi, not far from the Pearl River. Ben was travelling with her pregnant cousin, who was coming to stay for a couple of nights after a row with the father-to-be. But when the two women arrived at the house, Ben's cousin pulled her aside. "You've got an AirTag on you," she warned, showing Ben the alerts popping up on her phone. Ben, though, had never heard of an AirTag.

Music-Making Artificial Intelligence is Getting Scary Good - Scientific American


But no amount of amateur water drumming arranged in GarageBand could be even half as weird--and fun--as some of the music that AI can make these days. Welcome back to Science, Quickly.

Generative AI: Where Does it Fit into an Enterprise? - with Dr. Kirk Borne


We have a very special guest on today's episode. We talk with Kirk Borne, a top AI influencer since 2013. From his LinkedIn Bio, Kirk is the Founder of the Data Leadership Group (Data Scientist. Consultant) and Advisor to DataPrime Inc., but in the episode, you will see his background exceeds much more than this! Generative AI is making a splash across the news with ChatGPT and other large language models.

Peter Ma on Using AI to Find Promising Signals of Alien Life


Peter Ma was bored in his high school computer science class. So he decided to teach himself something new: how to use artificial intelligence to find alien life. That's how he eventually became the lead author of a groundbreaking study published in Nature Astronomy. The study reveals how Ma and his co-authors used AI to analyze a massive dataset of radio signals collected by the SETI Breakthrough Listen project. They found eight signals that might just be technosignatures or signs of alien technology.

Introducing Investing in trustworthy AI Introducing Investing in trustworthy AI


We're only three months into 2023, and it's already clear what one of the biggest stories of the year is: AI. AI has seized the public's attention like Netscape did in 1994, and the iPhone did in 2007. New tools like Stable Diffusion and the just-released GPT-4 are reshaping not just how we think about the internet, but also communication and creativity and society at large. Meanwhile, relatively older AI tools like the recommendation engines that power YouTube, TikTok and other social apps are growing even more powerful -- and continuing to influence billions of lives. This new wave of AI has generated excitement, but also significant apprehension.

Bill Gates says AI is 'as revolutionary as mobile phones and the Internet'

Daily Mail - Science & tech

Bill Gates shared his support for the progress of artificial intelligence, proclaiming the ChatGPT-like technology to be'as revolutionary as mobile phones and the internet.' Gates, 67, believes'the rise of AI' is poised to improve humanity, increase productivity and reduce worldwide inequalities, along with accelerating the develop new vaccines. The technology is capable of discovering new pathways to design drugs accordingly and spot errors that are otherwise missed by human eyes. The Microsoft founder has spent billions of dollars to bring treatments to the developing world and believes AI tools is our biggest weapon against deadly diseases and viruses. ''One of the Gates Foundation's priorities in AI is to make sure these tools are used for the health problems that affect the poorest people in the world, including AIDS, TB, and malaria,' Gates shared in a recent blog post.

How to use ChatGPT in the real world and join the AI revolution

Daily Mail - Science & tech

ChatGPT launched last November and has taken the world by storm, unlike any other technology since the dawn of the smartphone. You have probably seen examples on social media of the AI giving eerily human responses to obscure prompts -- but the chatbot can actually be used to carry out a large number of basic daily tasks that could save you time -- and money. It is easy (and free) to use ChatGPT and can be used to do anything from writing work reports to creating diet plans and helping you apply for jobs. So whether you want to use it on a desktop, tablet or cellphone, There's a subscription option, but you don't have to pay to use ChatGPT ChatGPT (it stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer) is a'large language model' which can produce convincing, human-like answers to almost any question.

Metatron Releases Chat-GPT4 Powered AI Content Mobile Apps


The Android app is currently for sale on Google and the iPhone app is in review at Apple. Our Mobile Apps will run on the latest and most powerful AI available, including Chat-GPT4 and other cutting-edge language models. The global mobile artificial intelligence (AI) market size is expected to reach $84.80 billion by 2030 from $8.56 billion in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 26.44% from 2021 to 2030 according to Allied Market Research. The global AI adoption rate is now 35%, up four points since last year, and it is estimated that AI can boost business productivity by 40%. We are extending our two week Free-Trial with full use of all our many generative AI tools for a limited time at

Top Healthcare App Development Trends That Will Dominate in 2023


Ever since the adoption of Smartphones and further mobile applications have flooded the market, global industries are on their way to offering their services through the adoption of mobile app development trends. One of the prominent and visible growth has been in the healthcare industry, which has gone many miles ahead of where it stood a decade ago. However, that can't be done with just a snap of a finger. You, as a healthcare organization entering into the mHealth service market, must follow healthcare app development trends, which we have discussed over here, to lead your app concept to success. In addition, to know healthcare app development trends, the market study is the need of the hour!!

The Impact of 5G Technology on IoT & Smart Cities – Towards AI


The fifth generation of mobile networks, or 5G, claims to be faster, more dependable, and more effective than the generations before it. It's a technology that makes use of novel modulation techniques, a wider spectrum, and numerous antennas, among other innovations, to enable quicker and more dependable data delivery. A variety of novel use cases that were not feasible with prior network generations, such as augmented and virtual reality, autonomous vehicles, and smart cities, will be made viable by the enhanced capacity and speed of 5G networks. Worldwide deployment of 5G technology has already begun in many nations, and in the upcoming years, it is expected to overtake all other mobile network technologies. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of internet-connected devices that can communicate and share data with one another. This network includes everything from wearables and smart home appliances to heavy machinery and transportation vehicles.