Topics that should feature in any public discourse on AI when considering how to maximize the benefits while minimizing its risk and harm.
Robert Reichel has reverse engineered Worldle and posted a write-up on his blog. It includes a list of words the game uses.
At this point, we’ve done enough digging to know how Wordle is choosing the word of the day. We know that Wordle uses a client-side date-based algorithm to determine which word to use from a static wordlist. Each day is predictable so long as we have all of the code pieced together.
Merck wins a court dispute with insurance companies for US$1.4 billion in losses due to the NotPetya attack. This was a cyberattack in 2017.
The Roblox Corporation sued YouTuber Ruben Sim over leading a “cybermob” on its platform and terrorizing players, many of whom are kids.
The original ban, according to Roblox’s lawyers, was issued after the YouTube creator harassed other players using racist and homophobic slurs, allegedly sexually harassed users, and uploaded photos of Adolph Hitler to Roblox. Sim disputed this characterization in a YouTube video uploaded last week.
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss a Safari data leak, encrypted messaging, and as always, a new data breach.
If you’re about to by a printer that supports the HP+ smart printer service, you need to ensure you understand all the fine print.
On January 20, the Oversight and Investigations subcommittee of the U.S. Congress House Energy and Commerce Committee discussed blockchain energy usage and other concepts related to mining and consensus.
Representatives then took to the floor with statements and questions. A few used their time for partisan attacks and political grandstanding, yet most made an honest effort to ask questions that either tackled the energy-related issues at the core of the hearing or sought broader context on the uses and potential applications of blockchain technology.
Intel plans an Ohio factory that will include at least two chip fabs on the 1,000-acre site. Construction will begin in 2022.
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Apple TV+ announced has ordered a new original live-action series from Legendary’s Monsterverse franchise, which includes Godzilla.
A contractor for The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) suffered a data breach, as revealed on Wednesday.
The first episode of Servant season three premiered on Apple TV+ on Friday. The series from M. Knight Shyamalan stars Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, and Rupert Grint. It follows the story of a couple in Philadelphia, and how they react following an unspeakable tragedy. All episodes of seasons one and two are available now, with new episodes now being released weekly. A ‘first look’ clip has also been released.
On Martin Luther King Day 2022, Dr. Bernice A. King, the civil rights leader’s daughter who runs the Center dedicated to continuing his work, spoke with Barbara Whye, Apple VP of Inclusion and Diversity. She was also on the new season to ‘Time to Walk’ on Apple Fitness+. This was one of the various ways Apple marked the day.
Class action settlement notices have begun in a case that could mean cash payments for many small developers.
‘The Sky is Everywhere’, starring Grace Kaufman, will premiere on Apple TV+ on February 11, Valentine’s Day weekend.
The Federal Reserve has released a 40-page paper [PDF] on its study of a digital dollar. It seeks public comment as it takes no position at this time.
Instead, it provides an exhaustive look at benefits such as speeding up the electronic payments system at a time when financial transactions around the world already are highly digitized. Some of the downside issues the report discusses are financial stability risks and privacy protection while guarding against fraud and other illegal issues.
Peloton is pausing production of its bikes and treadmills in February-March, according to internal documents obtained by CNBC.
Peloton has essentially guessed wrong about how many people would be buying its products, after so much demand was pulled forward during the coronavirus pandemic. It’s now left with thousands of cycles and treadmills sitting in warehouses or on cargo ships, and it needs to reset its inventory levels.
Twitter NFT profile photos are rolling out to members of the Twitter Blue subscription in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
At launch, Coinbase Wallet, Rainbow, MetaMask, Ledger Live, Argent, and Trust Wallet are supported. After authenticating, you’ll select the NFT you want to showcase. Twitter says that, currently, JPEG and PNG NFTs minted on the Ethereum (ERC-721 or ERC-1155 tokens) can be used as NFT Profile Pictures.
Apple has named Kristin Huguet as its new head of PR. She will replace the outgoing Stella Low with immediate effect.
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Apple will phase out its Covid procedures in the UK which meant almost every customer had to book a time slot to visit one of its stores.