OpenAI's GPT-4 faked being blind to deceive a TaskRabbit human into helping it solve a CAPTCHA
OpenAI's newest artificial intelligence chatbot, GPT-4, convinced a TaskRabbit worker that it was blind to enlist the human's help in solving a CAPTCHA.
OpenAI debuts Chat GPT-4, more advanced AI model that can describe photos, handle more texts
OpenAI, the San Francisco-based Artificial Intelligence firm, has released a new version of ChatGPT that will offer new features like describing images and handling more texts.
Salesforce reveals ChatGPT app for Slack
Salesforce introduced the ChatGPT app for which will 'deliver instant conversation summaries, research tools, and writing assistance directly in Slack.'
Boeing 767 freighter, KC-46 tanker face delivery snags due to fuel tank problem
Boeing says that the third party supplier made fuel tank issue affecting the KC-46 Pegasus and the 767 Freighter will not delay deliveries. Tanks require new paint.
Zoom abruptly fires its president, Greg Tomb, after just 10 months
Greg Tomb, a former Google and SAP executive who joined Zoom as president in June, was terminated on Friday ‘without cause,’ according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Nvidia shares soar day after Intel cuts dividend
Chipmaker Nvidia’s shares are up on Thursday after the company reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings on Wednesday and rival Intel slashed its shareholder dividend.
How companies can minimize the cybersecurity risk from their tech vendors
As reliance on technology vendors increases, so do the cybersecurity risks. Utilizing cybersecurity professionals and empowering CIOs go a long way to preventing risk.
OpenAI to offer ChatGPT subscription plan for $20 a month
ChatGPT which allows users to type questions to the bot and receive written responses powered by artificial intelligence, will introduce a premium feature for $20 per month.
World's largest iPhone factory back to 90% capacity in China: Report
The world's largest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China, has resumed 90% capacity after being shut down for months due to the government's zero-COVID policies.
Your next smartphone or electric car could be part of microchip ‘revolution’: Qualcomm CEO
Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon discusses a microchip "revolution" in EVs and talks future production for Samsung and Apple smartphones in an exclusive "Claman Countdown" interview.
Twitter global outage affects thousands of users
Thousands of Twitter users reported outages involving the social media site and some of its features on Wednesday evening.
Associates of FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried plead guilty to wire fraud, other charges filed by SEC
Caroline Ellison, the former Alameda Research CEO, and Zixiao Wang, former Chief Technology Officer of FTX Trading LTD, pleaded guilty to charges filed by the SEC amid FTX's collapse.
Foxconn invests $500M in India business as Apple reconsiders China production
Apple's main iPhone manufacturer Foxconn has expanded its efforts to cut ties with China and invested $500 million into an existing plant in India.
Elon Musk 'confident' in Neuralink microchip device, expects to begin human trials in six months
Elon Musk says Neuralink, whose goal is to create brain microchips for people without the ability to communicate or move, will be ready to begin human clinical trials in six months.
BlackRock's Fink says crypto technology still relevant despite FTX
Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, blames FTX's collapse on "misbehaviors" not on cryptocurrency itself. Says he believes crypto tech will drive the future
Digital mortgages to enter a new, faster (and cheaper) era in year ahead
As the housing market slows, lenders will look to use more time investing in technology and making mortgages faster, easier and cheaper, according to one mortgage expert.
Amazon’s new telehealth service to offer care for common conditions
Amazon's rolling out a telehealth offering to the public called Amazon Clinic, while shuttering it's in house service, Amazon Care, to enter healthcare segment.
IBM launches its most powerful quantum computer with 433 qubits
Quantum computers are one day expected to speed up certain calculations millions of times faster than the fastest super computers today. IBM is calling the system Quantum System Two.
EU's Call of Duty: Probe Microsoft-Activision Blizzard deal
After Microsoft's decision to take over video game giant Activision Blizzard in a $69 billion deal back in January, the European Union has launched a formal investigation.
Big Tech layoffs could hurt Americans, but the 'worst is still on the way': tech insider
Microsoft, Meta, Twitter and other big tech firms will continue layoffs and hiring freezes as companies look to cut cost, Bay Area recruiting site founder says.