Wyoming’s New Abortion Ban Temporarily Blocked By Judge
Wyoming’s anti-abortion law that went into effect on Sunday, bans abortions in nearly all circumstances, except in cases of rape, incest or saving a pregnant person’s life.
Mark Cuban Will Formally Protest Mavericks Loss To Warriors After He Says Refs Made The ‘Worst Officiating Noncall Mistake’ In NBA History
The referee crew chief disagrees.
Billionaire Enrique Razon’s Bloomberry Terminates Casino Deal With Tycoon Dennis Uy’s PH Resorts
Bloomberry Resorts—controlled by ports-to-energy billionaire Enrique Razon Jr.—has terminated plans to invest in tycoon Dennis Uy’s casino resort projects.
Remember Neopets? This Hong Kong Company Is Trying To Revitalize The Nostalgic Game With Web3 Technology
The heyday of Neopets has long gone. But Dominic Law, CEO of Neopets Meta, thinks the two decades-old virtual pet game has all the right ingredients to become a Web3 title.
Today’s Wordle #642 Hint, Clues And Answer For Thursday, March 23rd
Hints and clues for today's Wordle #641 for Thurssday, March 23rd.
Three Tips for Leaders Under 30
Top insights for leaders under 30, based on the forthcoming Leading from the Edge.
Petraeus: What Does His Future Hold?
A look at his prospects after his fall in disgrace from a pinnacle of fame and achievement.
Mike Ozanian and Rick Ungar discuss the future political implications of Obama's win.
Five Pivotal Social Media Election Moments
Throughout this election, social media has had its fun - from Big Bird to 'Binders Full of Women.'
Best And Worst Places For Election Coverage
Forbes' Jeff Bercovici talks about elections coverage.
These new tools let you see for yourself how biased AI image models arePopular AI image-generating systems notoriously tend to amplify harmful biases and stereotypes. But just how big a problem is it? You can now see for yourself using interactive new online tools. (Spoiler alert: it’s big.) The tools, built by researchers at AI startup Hugging Face and Leipzig University and detailed in a non-peer-reviewed paper, allow…
The Download: Google’s Bard experiment, and Ernie Bot’s rehabilitationThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Google just launched Bard, its answer to ChatGPT—and it wants you to make it better Google has launched Bard, the search giant’s answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing Chat. Unlike Bing Chat,…
The bearable mediocrity of Baidu’s ChatGPT competitorChina Report is MIT Technology Review’s newsletter about technology developments in China. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every Tuesday. Did you stay up late last week to watch the release of Ernie Bot, the first Chinese rival to ChatGPT? It felt like the most anticipated event in China’s tech world so far this year,…
Google just launched Bard, its answer to ChatGPT—and it wants you to make it betterGoogle has launched Bard, the search giant’s answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing Chat. Unlike Bing Chat, Bard does not look up search results—all the information it returns is generated by the model itself. But it is still designed to help users brainstorm and answer queries. Google wants Bard to become an integral part…
The Download: how we can limit global warming, and GPT-4’s early adoptersThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The UN just handed out an urgent climate to-do list. Here’s what it says. Time is running short to limit global warming to 1.5°C (2.7 °F) above preindustrial levels, but there are feasible…
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