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Saturday May 27, 2023

ChatGPT: US lawyer admits using AI for case research
The lawyer told the judge he did not know content from the artificial intelligence could be false.

Twitter pulls out of voluntary EU disinformation code
"You can run but you can't hide," commissioner Thierry Breton warns Twitter over upcoming rules.

Friday May 26, 2023

Neuralink: Why is Elon Musk?s brain chip firm in the news?
Elon Musk?s brain chip firm Neuralink has received the US regulatory green light for its first human clinical trial, after earlier controversies.

Neuralink: Elon Musk's brain chip firm wins US approval for human study
The billionaire's Neuralink implant company wants to help restore people's vision and mobility.

ChatGPT-maker U-turns on threat to leave EU over AI law
OpenAI's Sam Altman previously said if it fails to comply with the forthcoming AI Act, it might exit the EU.

Nvidia: The chip maker that became an AI superpower
Innovation and good timing combined to make California's Nvidia the dominant firm for AI computer chips.

Precious cheetah cubs die in India national park
The cubs were the first to be born in the country 70 years after the animals were declared extinct here

Twitter engineering boss Foad Dabiri quits day after DeSantis launch glitches
Ron DeSantis' launch of his White House presidential campaign was hit by technical problems.

Thursday May 25, 2023

Deep-sea mining hotspot teems with mystery animals
Thousands of 'otherworldly' animals live beneath the ocean in an area that may be mined for metals.

COP28: Government defends oil boss Jaber to head talks
Government minister pushes back against EU and US calls for removal of Sultan al-Jaber as head of COP28.

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