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AI could help spread false and misleading information on Holocaust, UNESCO report warns

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Nvidia's stock market value topped $3.3 trillion. How it became No. 1 in the S&P 500, by the numbers

Nvidia’s startling ascent in the stock market reached another milestone Tuesday as the chipmaker rose to become the most valuable company in the S&P 500 More »

 

California governor wants to restrict smartphone usage in schools

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has said he wants to restrict students' usage of smartphones during the school day More »

 

Fisker files for bankruptcy protection, the second electric vehicle maker to do so in the past year

Electric vehicle maker Fisker filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the second electric startup to do so in the last year as even industry leaders struggle to lure more buyers beyond the early adapters of the technology More »

 

Apple kills off its buy now, pay later service barely a year after launch

Apple is discontinuing its buy now, pay later service known as Apple Pay Later barely a year after its initial launch in the U.S., and will rely on companies who already dominate the industry like Affirm and Klarna More »

 

McDonald's is ending its test run of AI-powered drive-thrus with IBM

Ever get your McDonald’s order mixed up at an AI-powered drive-thru More »

 

Federal Trade Commission refers complaint about TikTok's adherence to child privacy law to the DOJ

The Federal Trade Commission has referred a complaint against TikTok and its Beijing-based parent company to the Department of Justice More »

 

Who will have the 2024 song of the summer? We offer some predictions

Since the beginning of time or, at least, pop music, only a few tracks have earned the esteemed designation of “song of the summer.” More »

 

Tobacco-like warning label for social media sought by US surgeon general who asks Congress to act

The U.S. surgeon general has called on Congress to require warning labels on social media platforms similar to those now mandatory on cigarette boxes More »

 

AI experimentation is high risk, high reward for low-profile political campaigns

Text, photos, videos and audio created using artificial intelligence are increasingly making their way into campaigns for state and local office More »

 

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