SEO experts got very rich filling the web full of garbage. But are they to blame or is Google?
«Soon, he said, Google results would be even worse, dominated entirely by AI-generated crap designed to please the algorithms, produced and published at volumes far beyond anything humans could create, far beyond anything we’d ever seen before.»
The former president discusses AI regulation, free speech, deepfakes, and disinformation.
It didn’t matter if she knew you — if you were a professor and Asian American, you were a potential target.
Tech demos in the tropics and a hazy forecast for the future.
Get ready to pay more for Netflix’s priciest plan.
An interview with AI image generator CEO David Holz
«“in 10 years, you’ll be able to buy an Xbox with a giant AI processor, and all the games are dreams.”»
Writers are using, debating, and worrying about rapidly improving AI tools.
«“It does blurbs really well, and I hate doing blurbs, and I have to pay somebody to do blurbs, and blurbs isn’t writing, so I’m going to use it for blurbs.”»
He swiped right, they swiped his car, and then, he tried to get even.
I dedicate this to the energy of We.
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is backing a brain-computer interface venture called Neuralink, according to The Wall Street Journal. The company, which is still in the earliest stages of existence...
Elon Musk will buy Twitter for $44 billion.
From Google Glass and fidget spinners to iPhones and the Tesla Model S.
We spent time with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Horizon Workrooms, the company’s new attempt to build a metaverse for work collaboration in Oculus VR.
«It was there that Zuckerberg first appeared through his webcam before donning a headset and teleporting into a chair at the table as his own legless avatar.»
Capture performance data in “minutes.”
We don’t know if video games cause the improvements.
Can a clever SEO-bait name outsmart Google?
The 10 blue links aren’t gone, but AI is pushing them down the page.
Microsoft also working on ChatGPT-like features for Bing.
Fluid is Microsoft’s big push for entirely new documents on the web.
Finally taking podcasts seriously.
The podcast future is forming.
Three months, thousands of layoffs, one ego
Your For You feed might look a little different.
Washington State is the birthplace of a new death industry.
Two decades of pat-downs, and there is little evidence that we are any safer.
The dream of an embodied future internet is back.
«The metaverse is bigger than any one service, except when it’s convenient to call that service the metaverse»
Text-to-image AI systems are going to be huge
Authors are getting a hand from machine learning tools — and some of them think it’s the future of writing.
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