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Waymo got approval Friday afternoon from California regulators for paid robotaxi rides in the second-largest city in the US, plus even more of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Elon Musk’s lawsuit against OpenAI hinges on a dubious claim that the company has already developed ‘artificial general intelligence’—and handed it over to Microsoft.
AI chips from startup Groq allow chatbots to answer queries almost instantly. That could open up whole new use cases for generative AI helpers.
In the lawsuit, Musk claims OpenAI has abandoned its mission to develop AI for the benefit humanity.
X alleges that the Center for Countering Digital Hate cost it millions by showing that hate speech was spreading on the platform. In a hearing Thursday, a federal judge sounded skeptical of those claims.
Security researchers created an AI worm in a test environment that can automatically spread between generative AI agents—potentially stealing data and sending spam emails along the way.
StackOverflow’s programming community will power a version of Google’s Gemini chatbot. It’s part of a new breed of AI data licensing deals with websites seeking a cut of the generative AI boom.
Google apologized after its Gemini model caused offense by being too “woke.” Expect political fights over AI’s values to worsen as the technology becomes more capable.
Starting today, Ford electric car drivers can plug into the Supercharger network. You can bet more makers will follow.
As Chinese automakers prepare to launch in the US, the White House is investigating whether cars made in China could pose a national security threat.