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According to a Monday filing by OpenAI in Manhattan federal court, Microsoft and OpenAI allege that the NY Times hacked ChatGPT to replicate its content. In an attempt to...
A BlackRock recruiter named Serge Varlay said that some of the companies that BlackRock controls are "From Merck to Microsoft." A week after an employee of the world’s largest asset management company, BlackRock, described...
A complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington has led to Microsoft being fined $20 million for violating child privacy laws. The Justice Department, together with the Federal...
Microsoft researchers published a 155-page research paper arguing that the new AI shows signs of human reasoning and represents a step towards artificial general intelligence. When computer scientists at Microsoft started to experiment with...
After reports emerged that Microsoft planned to remove Twitter from its advertising platform, Elon Musk threatened to sue the company for using Twitter data for its artificial intelligence.
Slow user adoption, driven in part by expensive hardware requirements and glitchy technology, as well as deteriorating economic conditions, has forced Disney and Microsoft to shut down their Metaverse projects.
A GitHub spokesperson has confirmed to the news agency IANS that the Microsoft-owned platform GitHub has laid off its entire engineering team in India.
NewsGuard is a self-appointed misinformation watchdog. It seems to be just one more way Americans are not allowed to think for themselves. Co-CEOs Steven Brill and Gordon Crovitz claim it is the “librarian for the internet.” Set up specifically to rate online journalistic integrity, Brill states NewsGuard provides services that “explain to people something about the reliability and trustworthiness and background of those who are feeding them the news.” Eric Effron is the organization’s Editorial Director.
According to Microsoft, a new AI named VALL-E can impersonate your voice with just 3 seconds of audio and can also match the speaker's "emotional range" and tempo, making it a highly accurate type of mimicry.
Microsoft and LSEG will collaborate to create new tools for business cooperation. This came after Microsoft bought stake in the London Stock Exchange.