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Adobe Acrobat introduces its own AI assistant

Adobe Acrobat is introducing an AI Assistant as a beta feature for its PDF management software, aiming to revolutionize digital document interaction by simplifying...

Reddit sells user data to undisclosed AI company

An AI company has reportedly struck a $60 million annual deal with Reddit to use the platform's user content for training its AI models....

OpenAI Sora launch leads to industry debate

OpenAI's introduction of Sora, its first video-generation model, lauched last week with a a series of one minute text-to-video samples that were generally regarded...

Quantum computing move toward “standard manufacturing”

Quantum computing is advancing from bespoke, made-to-order models towards a more standardized manufacturing approach, signaling a significant shift in the industry. Key developments include: Companies...

Tech layoffs have made Meta more efficient and leaner: Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, attributes the series of tech layoffs in 2024 primarily to companies adjusting to post-pandemic realities and striving for a...

Musk’s X/Twitter grants “verified” status to Hezbollah terrorists

Elon Musk's platform X, previously known as Twitter, has come under scrutiny for providing premium services, including verification, to accounts associated with controversial groups...

NVIDIA CEO on a mission to advocate for “sovereign AI”

Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, is on a global mission to advocate for "sovereign AI" — the concept that every nation, regardless of size...

Early adopters returning Apple Vision Pro headsets

Apple's Vision Pro headset has encountered a rocky start with early adopters, leading to a notable number of returns. The $3,500 device, praised for...

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