Bill Gates feels Generative AI has plateaued, says GPT-5 will not be any better::The billionaire philanthropist in an interview with German newspaper Handelsblatt, shared his thoughts on Artificial general intelligence, climate change, and the scope of AI in the future.
AWS VP spins employee question about engineer turnover as a good thing — “It's making us better.” & “Frugality breeds innovation for us.”::An AWS VP answered employee questions over attrition by spinning it as a good thing.
HP Smart app mysteriously appears on non-HP Windows PCs | Microsoft is investigating::undefined
Inside the 'arms race' between YouTube and ad blockers / Against all odds, open source hackers keep outfoxing one of the wealthiest companies.::YouTube's dramatic content gatekeeping decisions of late have a long history behind them, and there's an equally long history of these defenses being bypassed.
PlayStation To Delete A Ton Of TV Shows Users Already Paid For::Sony says Mythbusters and more Discovery TV shows are going away whether you bought them or not
Broadcom to lay off over 1,200 Bay Area tech workers following $69B VMware deal::Broadcom to lay off over 2,000 employees after acquiring Bay Area tech company VMware in a $69B deal.
Google Removes App That Helps People Boycott Pro-Israel Companies::NoThanks was temporarily suspended from the Google Play app store due to a line in its description speaking about Israel.
Basically: you ask for poems forever, and LLMs start regurgitating training data:
The Cybertruck Is a Disappointment Even to Cybertruck Superfans / Looking at the specs alone, the car is delivering 30 percent less range than expected for 30 percent more money::Looking at the specs alone, the car is delivering 30 percent less range than expected for 30 percent more money.
Tesla falls on long wait for Cybertruck payoff, hefty price tag / Tesla shares fell more than 3% on Friday::Tesla's pricier-than-expected Cybertruck pickup, which offers driving ranges that fell well short of what CEO Elon Musk had promised, has deeply disappointed some but fascinated others with its futuristic, SUV-like feel.
Return to office is ‘dead,’ Stanford economist says. Here’s why::The share of workers being called back to the office has flatlined, suggesting remote work is an entrenched feature of the U.S. labor market.
Reddit updates look after rough 6 months and ahead of reported IPO::"Edit: Obligatory 'F--- Spez' for karma."
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