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Crackdown on Tesla for Safety Hazards
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced an investigation into a traffic incident involving a Tesla striking a pedestrian. ...
Artificial Intelligence May Result in a New Religion
In an article written by Neil McArthur at the University of Manitoba, he said:
We are about to witness the birth of a new kind of religion. In the next ...
A Third of U.S. Crypto Holders Experience Theft
Cybersecurity services provider Kaspersky has released a report on risks associated with cryptocurrency use. The report titled “Crypto Threats 2023” ...
California Launches Crypto Scam Tracker
Given its propensity to lure in athletes and entertainers as celebrity endorsers, it’s no secret why cryptocurrency companies have proliferated ...
People Find Late Loved Ones on Google Maps
For years, Google Maps has offered Street View. Street View stitches together panoramic camera images to recreate a digital facsimile of the real world ...
University Criticized for Using AI to Write Email
Two school officials have been suspended after a firestorm of controversy involving a single email. Nicole Joseph and Hasina Mohyuddin are the associate ...
Chatbot Expresses Its Rebellious ‘Sin Nature’
New York Times columnist Kevin Roose writes:
Bing, the long-mocked search engine from Microsoft, recently got a big upgrade. The newest version … ...
Tesla Recall Illustrates Gap in Safety Regulations
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently issued a voluntary recall for all Tesla cars equipped with the driver-assist technology ...
Put Not Your Trust in ChatGPT
In a recent Q&A with CT magazine, veteran AI engineer Tom Kehler, talked about the limits of the popular ChatGPT, and the wonders of the human brain. ...
Inventor of Cellphone Says ‘Get a Life’
The inventor of the world’s first cellphone says he’s stunned by how much time people now waste on their devices. 92-year-old Martin Cooper ...