Elon Musk’s neurotechnology company Neuralink has announced that it’s looking for recruits for its first in-human clinical trial of a brain implant.
It’s been reported that a trade group for U.S. authors (including John Grisham) has sued OpenAI, accusing it of unlawfully training its chatbot ChatGPT on their work.
With many of the world’s coral reefs being damaged by heat and acidification, one startup has developed a system to restore reefs at scale with the help of trained AI robots.
We look at why Apple has been in the news due to concerns about excessive radiation and also explain a few of the various terms and phrases used.
The fine, as well as a reprimand (and an order requiring them to bring its data processing into compliance within three months) were issued in relation to how the company processed personal data relating to child users in terms of…
Have you ever wondered why there’s only one Monopolies Commission? It sounds like a joke but it’s been no laughing matter for some of the tech brands that have been fined for anti-competitive practices.
How is Fitbit violating your privacy? We’ve taken a look into why complaints have been recently filed against Google.
Money-launderers are allegedly using Spotify as a means to rinse their cash. We explain how it’s supposedly being done.
The challenges of producing green hydrogen can be met by using offshore floating wind-to-hydrogen turbines and electrolysers.
Avoid exceeding your data caps!
We’ve taken a look into the ways you can check how much bandwidth you’re using.
Inbox stuffed full of spam? Firefox can make your email address less visible, thereby (hopefully) reducing the bloat within your inbox from spammers.
Misuse of AI-generated imagery (synthetic imagery) is becoming more common. So can a tool for watermarking them really help?
With last-minute holidays on people’s minds (as well as current delays and disruption) Google has announced a new money-saving feature for Google Flights which shows users the cheapest time to book.
Why has Zoom found itself as the subject of a backlash over an online update to its terms related to AI, what its response has been, plus what this says about how businesses feel about AI.
The EU’s new Digital Services Act allows social media users to opt out of AI personalised content feeds based on relevance.
A free-standing AI road safety camera system deployed in Cornwall caught 300 drivers in the first three days. But what exactly are they looking for?
If you’ve ever bought something online from a company like Amazon and wondered how you’ve ended up with a subscription for services that you’re unsure about, our Featured Article this week may shed some light for you.
Apple has issued a warning to iPhone users about the dangers of practices like charging a phone under a blanket or pillow at night, risking overheating and posing a fire risk.
Researchers have reported finding a simple way to exploit a weakness and disrupt major chatbots such as ChatGPT and Bard. The discovery of this particular weakness raises some serious concerns about the safety and security of popular Chatbots, especially as they start to be used in a more autonomous fashion.
Following its growth during the pandemic, video communications company Zoom, which made remote working possible for many, has now ordered staff back to the office for two days a week.
Rebranding for Twitter (given its high profile and what’s at stake) could be seen as a high-risk move OR an opportunity to move forward in a new and better direction. As rebranding can have both positive and negative outcomes for companies, we’ve taken a look at some of the main strengths and weaknesses of rebranding…
Here we look at what deepfake videos are, why they’re made and how they (might) be quickly and easily detected using a variety of deepfake detection and testing tools.