Meta Social Media Manipulation

Meta Accused of Manipulating Social Media Platforms to Engage Kids

In recent years, Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, has come under scrutiny for allegedly engineering its social media platforms to hook kids and teenagers, keeping them engaged for as long as possible to collect personal data and sell it to advertisers. State prosecutors from 33 states filed

Social Media Crackdown

India Cracks Down on Deepfakes: Social Media Firms Warned

India’s government has issued a stern warning to social media giants Facebook and YouTube, urging them to remind users that local laws prohibit the posting of deepfakes, obscene content, and misinformation. The warning comes as concerns grow over the rise of deepfakes, realistic yet fabricated videos created using AI algorithms

Binance Found Guilty

Binance CEO Pleads Guilty in Landmark Crypto Case

On a monumental day for the U.S. government’s crackdown on cryptocurrencies, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao appeared in a federal courthouse in Seattle and pleaded guilty to a range of securities law violations. This landmark case against the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange has resulted in a record-breaking penalty of $4.3 billion,

Sam Altman Return

Sam Altman Returns as CEO of OpenAI: Resolving Internal Turmoil

Sam Altman’s surprising return to his role as CEO of OpenAI, the thriving tech startup that developed ChatGPT, is shaping up to be quite the event. A new board was formed and Altman was reinstated as CEO after days of intense infighting and an employee revolt. The nonprofit organization that

Anthropic Claude 2.1

Introducing Claude 2.1: Anthropic’s Enhanced Conversational AI Assistant

Unleashing the Power of Context: 200K Context Window The introduction of a limit of 200,000 context tokens in Claude 2.1 is a revolutionary improvement. Up to 500 pages (or 150,000 words) of text content can be processed and analyzed using this expanded context window. Claude 2.1 doubles the token limit

Weak Passwords

Weak Passwords: One of the Biggest Threats to Your Company

If criminals get into your system, it can cost you around $4.45 million. This is the reason why more than half of all organizations are planning to increase their security budget this upcoming year. That said, the one change that can help protect your company the most may require a

Sam Altman Fired

Sam Altman Kicked Off OpenAI

OpenAI, the renowned AI startup that has brought us groundbreaking technologies like ChatGPT and DALL-E 3, is undergoing a major leadership change. Sam Altman, the CEO and a member of the board of directors at OpenAI, has been ousted from his position. Altman’s departure comes after a thorough review process

LMS platforms

Promoting Critical Thinking Skills with LMS

Our world has become intricate, and critical thinking abilities have become more crucial than before. The capacity to think critically and analyze information is vital for making informed decisions, solving problems, and navigating the complexities of the workplace. That’s why educational institutions prioritize the promotion of thinking skills. Thanks to

Big Tech

Feds Are Cracking Down on Big Tech

The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a regulatory body not typically aligned with Wall Street banks, has recently made a move that favors them by initiating a crackdown on Big Tech companies. This action by the CFPB proposes to regulate payment services and smartphone wallets provided by major tech

Speed Assist Tech

The Government Wants Speed Reduction Tech in Cars?

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is advocating for the adoption of intelligent speed-assist (ISA) technology in all new cars following a fatal high-speed crash in Las Vegas in January 2022. The NTSB suggests that ISA could have lessened the severity of this and similar accidents. The Role of