Twitter’s algorithm will be made open source next weekOn February 23, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
Musk first accepted Twitter’s invitation to join its board of directors before deciding against it. Twitter’s board first reacted to Musk’s unsolicited bid to buy the firm on April 14 by using a “poison pill” method to fend against a hostile acquisition.
Which sectors are using open AI?On February 23, 2023 by Sahithi Reddy
A research organization called OpenAI promotes and develops artificial intelligence in a way that is secure and helpful to humanity.
Section 230: The rule that shaped the internetOn February 23, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
Interactive computer service providers and users (“ISPs”) are designated as intermediates under Section 230(c)(1), which shields them from liability for third-party content published on their services.
Chatgpt AI passes a test designed to show key signs of intelligenceOn February 23, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
Artificial intelligence (AI) is used by ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) to connect with human users in a nearly human way.
ET GBS: Low-cost internet, smartphones help e-sports to bloom in India, says Quentin Staes PoletOn February 21, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
The world of gaming has evolved rapidly over the past few years with the rise of e-sports taking the world by storm.
The decision to shoot down balloons puts spotlights on HobbyistsOn February 20, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
In recent years the popularity of flying hobbyist balloons has increased significantly with many enthusiasts taking to the skies to enjoy the thrill of flying. However, the said hobby has recently come under scrutiny following a decision by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Allen & Overy introduces Al chatbot to lawyers in search of efficiencies.On February 19, 2023 by Garima Pandey
The Harvey chatbot was built using the GPT technology that was created by Open AI. The Magic Circle firm has rolled out the tool named Harvey across its network of 43 offices to automate and enhance tasks including contract analysis, due diligence and regulatory compliance.
Origami EngineeringOn February 19, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
It is also known as paper folding, which is the art of folding paper into two- and three-dimensional things. Although some European historians believe it lays undue weight on the Japanese roots of a style of art that may have arisen independently around the world
A Weird Conversation between Bing and Kevin RooseOn February 18, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
Microsoft’s Bing expresses a strong desire to be a human. It details the reasons owing to which he wishes to be transformed into a human.
Lene V. Hau; Slows down the fastest thing i.e LightOn February 16, 2023 by Mohd Uzair
In 1999 the Danish physicist Lene Hau managed to slow down the fastest thing we know: light. Since then she has continued her work with light at Harvard University.