To encourage conversation, Twitter-like platform Pebble—formerly T2—now suggests AI-generated updates for users to edit or post. It’s also opening sign-ups to anyone with an account on X.
New York joined a wave of states that require pay transparency in job ads. New data suggests most US postings now include a salary range, but they are sometimes laughably vague.
A prolonged autoworker strike would be especially painful for smaller players inside the complex auto supply chain. It could also impact thousands more workers and push up car prices.
“Biographer of Genius” Walter Isaacson thinks he cracked the code to Elon Musk—the entrepreneur’s brutal childhood fueled his frenzied achievements in space, AI, brain chips, and electric cars.
Surveys suggest teachers use generative AI more than students, to create lesson plans or more interesting word problems. Educators say it can save valuable time but must be used carefully.
Dozens of US senators listened quietly as tech titans and AI ethicists schooled them on the “civilizational risks” of generative AI.
Wall Street analysts predicted Tesla’s Dojo supercomputer could unlock a $500 billion ChatGPT-style breakthrough. Don’t take it to the bank.
Apple claims its new Apple Watch is carbon neutral and has done impressive work to decarbonize its supply chain, but making new stuff always leaves a mark on the climate.
Gen Alpha is quickly developing tools that identify AI-generated text—and tools to evade detection.
Hundreds of schools, hospitals, and other public buildings made from RAAC, a cheap, lightweight concrete, have to close—the victims of quick fixes and decades of cost-cutting.