Elon Musk reacts to AI tool rollouts: 'I'm sure it will be fine'
Twitter's Elon Musk tweeted Friday that he was sure the recent introduction of AI tools would "be fine." Musk helped found OpenAI in 2015 and is the CEO of Neuralink.
Banks are suffering the biggest 'crisis of confidence' since 2008: Lou Basenese
Public Ventures chief market strategist Lou Basenese addresses lingering banking worries and explains why he thinks Nvidia stock is 'overhyped' on 'Varney & Co.'
Japanese tech giant Toshiba accepts $15B tender offer
Japanese tech company Toshiba has accepted a tender offer worth $15 billion from Japanese Industrial Partners.
Google’s ChatGPT rival Bard takes different tone when asked same question about Biden, Trump
Google's Bard gives very different results when asked to evaluate the presidencies of Joe Biden versus Donald Trump, offering negative aspects for the latter.
Hyundai and Kia to recall more than half million vehicles over fire concern
Hyundai and Kia are recalling more than 500k vehicles over concerns that a tow hitch harness could catch fire, regardless of if the car is parked or being driven.
A 16-month-old chatbot startup with no revenue is now a $1 billion unicorn
Noam Shazeer and Daniel de Freitas founded Character.AI in Nov. 2021. After a $150 million funding round, their AI startup is valued at over $1 billion.
Russian iPhone competitor AYYA sells fewer than 1,000 units
The Russian smartphone meant to replace the Apple iPhone has experienced dismal sales since it was rolled out to consumers in October 2022.
Bill Gates praises artificial intelligence in blog post, calling it 'revolutionary'
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Tuesday described artificial intelligence (AI) as "revolutionary" and said it will need "rules of the road" as it continues to develop.
Here's the data that TikTok collects on its users
TikTok executives will meet with officials on Capitol Hill in order to advocate for the app's sustainability, while U.S. officials look to ban the platform.
Nvidia is winning AI race, but can’t afford to trip
Nvidia’s share price has more than doubled over the past six months as it becomes the preferred supplier to both sides of the AI war raging between Google and Microsoft.