AI Photo Wins Sony Award - Not
German Boris Eldagsen's Psudomnesia won the 2023 Sony World Photography Award, but he has refused the award after revealing his winning "photograph" was created by an AI program. Are machines taking over everything? How will we know?
Biggest SpaceX Launch Delayed, Aliens Safe for Now!
Elon Musk's SpaceX has delayed the launch of the giant rocket, the Starship, so aliens won't need to worry about an Earth invasion. Learn more about the postponement and what it means for the future of space travel direct from EM.
Bluesky Is Fun - Twitter Beware
Move over Twitter, a new Mastodon-like social network called Bluesky is "fun." Like Mastodon, Bluesky is a "federated social network," so users participate through different providers instead of an enormous centralized one like Twitter. Bluesky promises the transparency, openness, and sanity many find lacking in post-Elon take over Twitter. Discover why Bluesky is the future of social media.
Euro Tech Scene Booms Despite Pandemic Blues
InfoGrid raised $90 million in a Series B round led by Northzone and AO PropTech. InfoGrid uses AI to collect and analyze commercial building air quality, occupancy, and energy consumption data. InfoGrid CEO William Cowell de Gruchy says the cash will help product development, strategic recruiting, and customer acquisition.
Forbes Makes AI For SMBs Simple
Don't let the AI jargon intimidate you! This Forbes article explains AI basics and how small to medium-sized businesses can use artificial intelligence to save money and increase productivity. It cuts through the hype to explain in simple, easy-to-understand terms. Learn how AI can help streamline your operations and gain a competitive edge.
Watch out ChatGPT, Alibaba's AI is coming
Move over ChatGPT, Alibaba's tech giant is entering the AI language processing game with a new virtual assistant. The program will be able to answer questions, carry out tasks, and understand contextualized queries in both English and Chinese. While the details are still scarce, this could mean big things for Alibaba's e-commerce platform and beyond. Get ready for some stiff competition, ChatGPT.
CapitalG Goes Alpha-Crazy with $100 Million Investment!
Alphabet's CapitalG unit has kicked off a frenzy in the startup scene with its $100 million investment in AlphaSense, the A.I.-powered search engine for business insights. With this funding, AlphaSense plans to expand its team and enhance its platform's capabilities. Looks like CapitalG is betting big on the future of A.I.!
Bitcoin Hits $30k as Investors Celebrate with HODLing
Bitcoin continues its upward trend, breaking above $30,000 and signaling a promising future for the cryptocurrency market. As investors eye the end of rate rises, many are choosing to HODL their investments in Bitcoin, taking advantage of its potential for growth. With the market heating up, now is the time to get in on the action.
Dogecoin takes over Twitter: Elon Musk approves!
Elon Musk has done it again! In his latest move to support Dogecoin, the billionaire entrepreneur changed his Twitter profile picture from a bird to a Shiba Inu, the iconic Dogecoin mascot. As expected, the crypto world is buzzing with excitement and anticipation of what's to come. Is this a sign of more Dogecoin-related announcements from Musk in the future? Only time will tell.
iSpeak: Get your hands on Steve Jobs' speeches for free!
Apple fans, rejoice! The Steve Jobs Archive has just released a free ebook containing a collection of Jobs' speeches and photos. Relive the iconic moments and inspiring words of the tech visionary, and gain insight into his leadership style. Download now and get inspired!
BBC Slams Twitter User's Ignorance on Funding Source
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) recently hit back at a Twitter user who referred to the network as "government-funded media." The BBC's director of news and current affairs argued that the comment was misguided, pointing out that the network is funded by a license fee paid by households in the UK. This incident highlights the need for accurate information and critical thinking on social media.
FBI to Public: Don't Get Juiced Up Here!
The FBI is warning smartphone users to avoid public charging stations due to the risk of "juice jacking" - where hackers can hijack your device and steal your data or install malware. Instead, it's advised to use a wall charger or carry a portable power bank to keep your phone charged on the go. Don't let the juice jackers get their hands on your precious data!