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Meta expects recommendations “orders of magnitude” larger than GPT-4. Why?

Today, Meta announced a remarkable claim to clarify its content recommendation algorithms. It prepares for behavior analysis systems “orders of magnitude” larger than ChatGPT and GPT-4. That’s necessary? Meta occasionally explains some of its algorithms to demonstrate its transparency. This can be enlightening or raise more questions. It’s a mix. …

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Flipper hacking device to sell $80M

Flipper Zero hacking device, a popular hacking device, may have caught your attention. The 2020-founded company left Russia at the war’s start and moved on. After selling almost $5 million in Kickstarter preorders, it claims it will sell $80 million in products this year and $25 million last year. They …

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Amazon Prime Day is July 11-12

Amazon announced today that Prime Day will be held July 11-12. Customers receive many discounts during this event to boost sales. The event will run from July 3 to July 12. Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, …

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Hyper, an iPhone-based, VTuber-friendly avatar platform, raises $3.6M from Amazon and others

The most popular VTubers, online personalities who use motion-capture-powered manga- and anime-inspired avatars to interact with the world alongside games, over YouTube, and elsewhere, have hundreds of millions of hours of viewership per month, loyal fan bases, lucrative sponsorships, and demand for more. Big tech appears to be taking notice. …

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Cost-management startup CloudZero raises $32M

Innovius Capital and Threshold Ventures led CloudZero’s $32 million Series B funding round. CEO Erik Peterson says the tranche will expand CloudZero’s platform and scale its go-to-market efforts, focusing on savings insights and self-service analytics. “The pandemic accelerated digital transformation for many companies, which increased software development and spend in …

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