Nintendo has announced that they are currently in the process of creating a live-action movie adaptation of their popular video game “The Legend of Zelda.” The company, known for their Super Mario franchise, made this announcement on Wednesday. The movie, funded by both Sony Pictures Entertainment and its own resources, will be helmed by WesREAD MORE
Xi from China urges international cooperation in addressing AI obstacles, but does not address internet regulations.
President Xi Jinping of China stated on Wednesday that countries should address the potential risks of artificial intelligence together, highlighting the importance of collaboration in dealing with these challenges. This statement comes in light of China’s strict censorship of online speech. China has effectively utilized both the economic advantages of the internet and the propagandaREAD MORE
A Meta engineer is appearing before Congress after witnessing his own child being harassed on Instagram.
At the same time that whistleblower Frances Haugen was giving testimony to Congress about the negative effects of Facebook and Instagram on children in the autumn of 2021, a previous engineering director at the social media company, who had returned as a consultant, sent a concerning email to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg regarding the sameREAD MORE
WeWork has filed for bankruptcy protection, a dramatic decline for a company that was previously worth nearly $50 billion.
NEW YORK (AP) — WeWork has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, marking a stunning fall for the office sharing company once seen as a Wall Street darling that promised to upend the way people went to work around the world. On Monday evening, WeWork declared that it had reached a restructuring support agreement withREAD MORE
As he awaits his sentencing in a conspiracy case, Pras reflects on his hip-hop legacy while backstage with the Fugees.
On Sunday evening, behind the scenes before the second performance of Lauryn Hill and the Fugees’ tour commemorating their anniversary in Los Angeles, the anticipation builds. It will be a while before Hill takes the stage to perform her solo set of “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” which was released 25 years ago. The audienceREAD MORE
OpenAI, the AI startup, is hosting its inaugural tech showcase as it navigates increasing competition in the industry.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Less than a year into its meteoric rise, the company behind ChatGPT unveiled the future it has in mind for its artificial intelligence technology on Monday, launching a new line of chatbot products that can be customized to a variety of tasks. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman addressed a crowd of overREAD MORE
The trading of WeWork’s stock has been suspended due to reports of the company making preparations for potential bankruptcy.
The trading of WeWork stock was temporarily suspended on Monday amid speculation that the company, previously valued at $47 billion, is considering filing for bankruptcy. Last week, sources familiar with the matter revealed to The Wall Street Journal and other media outlets that WeWork was preparing to declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week. LastREAD MORE
Thea Ramirez, a former social worker, has created a tool that uses artificial intelligence to assist social service organizations in locating the most suitable adoptive parents for some of the country’s most at-risk children. However, a recent investigation by the Associated Press revealed that the Family-Match algorithm has had limited success in the states whereREAD MORE
The AI tool for matching foster children with potential adoptive families is based on the concept of online dating, but it has not been successful in meeting the unique needs of vulnerable foster kids.
There are some children who are without parents, while others have been taken away from their parents. A large number of these children are older and have significant needs or disabilities. Many of them carry the effects of past trauma, having been moved between foster homes, separated from their siblings, or subjected to sexual andREAD MORE
Google is facing even more legal trouble as it prepares for another trial, this time focused on its Play Store and potential antitrust issues.
On Monday, Google will attempt to safeguard a valuable aspect of its online domain while also navigating the ongoing legal proceedings of the largest antitrust case in the United States in 25 years. A 10-person jury in a San Francisco federal court will determine if Google’s digital payment system in the Play Store, which distributesREAD MORE