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What is prebunking? The new campaign against disinformation launched by Google

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What is prebunking? The new campaign against disinformation launched by Google

What is prebunking? The new campaign against disinformation launched by Google

Google wants to use a technique called prebunking.

But what exactly does that mean?


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More Tech Experts Issue Warning About Possible Threat of Artificial Intelligence [Video]

More Tech Experts Issue Warning About Possible Threat of Artificial Intelligence

More Tech Experts , Issue Warning About Possible Threat , of Artificial Intelligence. NBC reports that leading experts in artificial intelligence have released a statement warning that the technology could lead to the end of the human race. Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war, Center for AI Safety statement, via NBC. On May 30, the warning was issued via a statement posted on the website of the Center for AI Safety, a nonprofit organization headquartered in San Francisco. The statement was signed by nearly 400 people including AI executives from Google and Microsoft, as well as Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI. . The statement was signed by nearly 400 people including AI executives from Google and Microsoft, as well as Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI. . The statement, which was also signed by 200 academics, comes as the most recent warning to be issued by experts in AI technology. The statement, which was also signed by 200 academics, comes as the most recent warning to be issued by experts in AI technology. NBC reports that just two months ago, a different group of tech leaders including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk issued a similar warning. NBC reports that just two months ago, a different group of tech leaders including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk issued a similar warning. The warning came in the form of a petition calling for a "pause" on large-scale AI research that has yet to be heeded. NBC reports that despite announcing plans to address AI, the White House has yet to show signs of an imminent plan for large-scale regulation of the emerging industry. NBC reports that despite announcing plans to address AI, the White House has yet to show signs of an imminent plan for large-scale regulation of the emerging industry. However, other experts see the warnings as overhyping and overpromising on the theoretical capabilities of AI. . Literal extinction is just one possible risk, not yet well-understood, and there are many other risks from AI that also deserve attention, Gary Marcus, AI critic and a professor emeritus of psychology and neural science at New York University, via NBC

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'We can't afford to wait': Brussels and Google pitch voluntary AI pact to fill legislative gap [Video]

'We can't afford to wait': Brussels and Google pitch voluntary AI pact to fill legislative gap

EU legislators are currently negotiating the Artificial Intelligence Act, but the legislation could take up to three years to be fully applicable.

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Elon Musk Joins List of Executives Subpoenaed in Epstein Lawsuit Against JPMorgan [Video]

Elon Musk Joins List of Executives Subpoenaed in Epstein Lawsuit Against JPMorgan

Elon Musk Joins , List of Executives Subpoenaed , in Epstein Lawsuit Against JPMorgan. According to court filings, the U.S. Virgin Islands have issued a subpoena for Elon Musk to turn over any documents related to JPMorgan Chase or Jeffrey Epstein. According to court filings, the U.S. Virgin Islands have issued a subpoena for Elon Musk to turn over any documents related to JPMorgan Chase or Jeffrey Epstein. According to court filings, the U.S. Virgin Islands have issued a subpoena for Elon Musk to turn over any documents related to JPMorgan Chase or Jeffrey Epstein. NBC reports that the filing revealed that Musk was subpoenaed due to suspicion that Epstein "may have referred or attempted to refer" the Tesla CEO to JPMorgan. NBC reports that the filing revealed that Musk was subpoenaed due to suspicion that Epstein "may have referred or attempted to refer" the Tesla CEO to JPMorgan. The subpoena also demands that Musk deliver , “all Documents reflecting or regarding Epstein’s involvement in human trafficking and/or his procurement of girls or women for consensual sex.”. The subpoena also demands that Musk deliver , “all Documents reflecting or regarding Epstein’s involvement in human trafficking and/or his procurement of girls or women for consensual sex.”. NBC reports that JPMorgan is facing a lawsuit by the Virgin Islands that the financial institution enabled and benefited from Epstein's trafficking of young women. NBC reports that JPMorgan is facing a lawsuit by the Virgin Islands that the financial institution enabled and benefited from Epstein's trafficking of young women. JPMorgan has denied the claims, which reflect a separate Manhattan civil lawsuit brought by a woman who claims she was sexually abused by Epstein. . NBC reports that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is scheduled to be deposed for both lawsuits starting on May 26. NBC reports that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is scheduled to be deposed for both lawsuits starting on May 26. According to a May 4 court filing, the Virgin Islands have issued a similar subpoena to Google co-founder Larry Page. According to a May 4 court filing, the Virgin Islands have issued a similar subpoena to Google co-founder Larry Page. Previously, subpoenas had also been served to former Disney executive Michael Ovitz, Hyatt executive chairman Thomas Pritzker and Google co-founder Sergey Brin. Previously, subpoenas had also been served to former Disney executive Michael Ovitz, Hyatt executive chairman Thomas Pritzker and Google co-founder Sergey Brin. Previously, subpoenas had also been served to former Disney executive Michael Ovitz, Hyatt executive chairman Thomas Pritzker and Google co-founder Sergey Brin. Upon information and belief, Elon Musk — the CEO of Tesla, Inc., among other companies — is a high-net-worth individual who Epstein may have referred or attempted to refer to JPMorgan, May 16 U.S. Virgin Islands court filing, via NBC. Upon information and belief, Elon Musk — the CEO of Tesla, Inc., among other companies — is a high-net-worth individual who Epstein may have referred or attempted to refer to JPMorgan, May 16 U.S. Virgin Islands court filing, via NBC. The Government contacted Mr. Musk’s counsel via email to ask if he would be authorized to accept service on Mr. Musk’s behalf in this matter but did not receive a response confirming or denying his authority, May 16 U.S. Virgin Islands court filing, via NBC. The Government contacted Mr. Musk’s counsel via email to ask if he would be authorized to accept service on Mr. Musk’s behalf in this matter but did not receive a response confirming or denying his authority, May 16 U.S. Virgin Islands court filing, via NBC

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Wendy's to Test New AI Drive-Thru [Video]

Wendy's to Test New AI Drive-Thru

Wendy's to Test , New AI Drive-Thru. 'The Guardian' reports that Wendy's is ready to roll out an artificial-intelligence-powered chatbot capable of taking customers' orders. The "FreshAI" pilot program is reportedly powered by Google Cloud's AI software. . The experimental pilot program will launch next month in the Columbus, Ohio, area. According to Wendy's, the fast-food chain is counting on the technology to revolutionize the industry. According to Wendy's, the fast-food chain is counting on the technology to revolutionize the industry. By leveraging generative AI, Wendy’s seeks to take the complexity out of the ordering process so employees can focus on serving up fast, fresh-made, quality food and exceptional service, Wendy's, via statement. 'The Guardian' reports that Wendy's is not the first fast-food chain to pioneer AI technology. 'The Guardian' reports that Wendy's is not the first fast-food chain to pioneer AI technology. In 2022, McDonald's opened a completely automated location in Fort Worth, Texas, while deploying AI-operated drive-thrus at locations around the country. Meanwhile, other chains, including Sonic and Popeyes also have their own AI-driven solutions in the works. Meanwhile, other chains, including Sonic and Popeyes also have their own AI-driven solutions in the works. Similar to McDonald's, Wendy's has said that it will still employ people to monitor the AI-operated drive thru. . Similar to McDonald's, Wendy's has said that it will still employ people to monitor the AI-operated drive thru. . Despite this, 'The Guardian' points out that the application of AI technology in the fast-food industry is expected to stoke fears of humans losing jobs to robots.

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LinkedIn to Cut 716 Jobs and End Its China App [Video]

LinkedIn to Cut 716 Jobs and End Its China App

LinkedIn to Cut 716 Jobs , and End Its China App. LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky made the announcement in a letter to employees on May 8, CNN reports. As we guide LinkedIn through this rapidly changing landscape, we are making changes to our Global Business Organization and our China strategy that will result in a reduction of roles for 716 employees, Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn CEO, via letter to employees. As we plan for [the fiscal year of 2024], we’re expecting the macro environment to remain challenging. , Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn CEO, via letter to employees. We will continue to manage our expenses as we invest in strategic growth areas, Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn CEO, via letter to employees. InCareer, LinkedIn's mainland China app, will be phased out by Aug. 9. LinkedIn is currently the only major social media app from the West that is still functioning in mainland China, CNN reports. Google pulled out of the country in 2010. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were banned over a decade ago. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were banned over a decade ago. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were banned over a decade ago. LinkedIn's job cuts come as other U.S. tech companies, such as Meta, Amazon and more, have laid off thousands. LinkedIn's job cuts come as other U.S. tech companies, such as Meta, Amazon and more, have laid off thousands. LinkedIn's job cuts come as other U.S. tech companies, such as Meta, Amazon and more, have laid off thousands

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