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New HomePod from Apple has better sound and intelligence

Apple has revived the larger HomePod with a second-generation model that boasts improved sound quality in addition to improved intelligence and computing abilities. Pre-orders for the new HomePod, which has a suggested retail price of $299, are now open. On February 3, in-store sales and shipping will start in the …

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The most recent Atlas video from Boston Dynamics shows a robot that can now grab and throw objects

The most recent Atlas humanoid robot demo was just released by Boston Dynamics. The robot’s feet allowed it to traverse rough terrain while running and jumping. Now, the robot actually has hands. The robot is given new life by these simple grippers. The Atlas suddenly transforms from a quick pack …

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An AI writing assistance with source citations is unveiled by AI21 Labs

The artificial intelligence (AI) ChatGPT, which can create spreadsheet formulas, emails, poems, and more, has recently received a lot of unfavorable press. Users were briefly prohibited from publishing ChatGPT-generated content by Stack Overflow, which claimed that the AI made it too simple for users to flood the site with bogus …

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News aggregator SmartNews fires 40% of its employees in the US and China, and plans additional layoffs in Japan

According to individuals acquainted with the company’s plans, SmartNews, a news aggregation website and app with headquarters in Tokyo, today announced a 40% decrease of its U.S. and China personnel, or roughly 120 people. The announcement was made on Thursday during an All-Hands meeting that the SmartNews team was present …

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OpenAI’s GPT for Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint is being considered by Microsoft

According to reports, Microsoft has been considering how to incorporate OpenAI’s GPT functionality into Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. It’s been rumored that Microsoft has been testing the integration of OpenAI’s language AI technology into its Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook programs. According to The Information, Microsoft has been striving to further …

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