After an embarrassing foray into using AI to help produce articles and then going back and correcting many of them, CNET has clarified its AI policy.
Microsoft Agrees to $20 Million Settlement With FTC Over Kids’ Data on the Xbox
The Federal Trade Commission announced it has reached a settlement agreement with Microsoft for $20 million over how it handled kids’ data on the Xbox.
SEC Sues Binance and Founder Changpeng Zhao
The SEC has filed a suit against Binance, its various entities, and founder Changpeng Zhao, claiming they are guilty of a “calculated evasion of the law.”
EU Pushes For Companies to Label AI-Generated Content
The European Union is pushing for Google, Meta, and other companies to label AI-generated content in an effort to combat misinformation.
Apple Introduces Vision Pro, ‘A Revolutionary Spatial Computer’
Apple kicked off WWDC with a bang, introducing its highly anticipated virtual reality (VR) platform, calling it a “revolutionary spatial computer.”
Microsoft Kills Cortana for Windows in Favor of Windows Copilot
Cortana’s days as the AI assistant for Windows are over as the company pivots to its Bing-powered Windows Copilot.
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