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In the rapidly evolving world of AI, whom should we trust to govern its use? Microsoft presents intriguing answers in its "Governing AI: A Blueprint for the Future" report. Let's explore how they seek to balance this technology's potential with its risks

Since OpenAI introduced ChatGPT, privacy advocates have warned consumers about the potential threat to privacy posed by generative AI apps. The arrival of a ChatGPT app in the Apple App Store has ignited a fresh round of caution

A seismic shift in the PC industry looms as giants like AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm make strides to revolutionize the way machines operate, keeping pace with the rising generative AI trend. Amid this epic CPU confrontation, Nvidia emerges as a wildcard that could redefine the market landscape

There is a decent chance that banks using mainframes prioritize low risk, while banks that do not may be more willing to take unreasonable risks. With people currently concerned about where to put their money safely, one of the questions you should ask is, "Do you use a mainframe for your mission-cr...

This week, let's focus on three things we should begin discussing that represent some of the bigger risks of generative AI before substantial damage is done. The three issues are data center loading, security, and relationship damage

One of the most interesting implementations of generative AI is the video synthesis model by DeepBrain AI, which can create a working digital twin of a human that can increasingly take on tasks that the human it mirrors would typically have to do

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

The AI Revolution Is at a Tipping Point

We spoke with Rootstrap co-founder and machine learning expert Anthony Figueroa about the issues surrounding the need for developer controls of machine learning and the potential need for government regulation of artificial intelligence

Let's explore why Nvidia's metaverse effort has been wildly successful while Facebook's became one of the most expensive failures in tech history. We'll close with my Product of the Week, a Chromebook from HP that may be the best Chromebook ever built

Let's look at five areas that will be changed dramatically by the influx of generative AI, some potentially for the worse. Then we'll close with my Product of the Week: the first truly wireless security camera -- with wireless broadcast power -- to hit the market

ChatGPT just passed a theory of mind test that graded it as a peer to a 9-year-old child. Given how quickly this tool is advancing, it won't be immature and incomplete for much longer, but it could end up pissed at those who have been abusing it

INSIGHTS

Why Tech Jobs Are Vaporizing

Almost every major tech company is experiencing a round of layoffs, even though most are making good profits. Many people have never seen vast layoffs like this, so the honest question is, why is this happening?

Much of the interesting drama at CES happens off the floor by firms that aren't directly participating in the show. That was true again this year when Lenovo and Nvidia stood out from their peers by aggressively moving in a variety of directions and showcasing a depth of products that were largely u...

OPINION

Standout Tech Products of 2022

Every year I look back at my Product of the Week choices and pick what I think made the most significant impact on my life as the Product of the Year. There were a lot of contenders this year, which I will cover, but I want to lead with why I'm calling out BlackBerry

Worker unrest at the Zhengzhou Foxconn factory could result in a production shortfall of six million iPhones, just as the holiday season is about to enter the home stretch

How will consumers react to Apple's WWDC 2023 announcements?
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