Technology News for Saturday 1st June 2024

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Jun 01st 2024

1. Google's AI Overviews Will Always Be Broken. That's How AI Works

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Google rushed out fixes after its AI search feature made errors that went viral. Fundamental limitations of generative AI mean that it will still screw up sometimes.

2. Innovative bird-eye-inspired camera developed for enhanced object detection


Date: May 30, 2024; Source: Institute for Basic Science; Summary: The eyes of raptors such as eagles can accurately perceive prey from kilometers away. Is it possible to model the camera technology after the bird's eyes? Researchers developed a new ...

3. Google's AI Search Leaves Publishers Scrambling

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That experience annoyed Mr. Pine, the executive editor of Media News Group and Tribune Publishing, which own 68 daily newspapers across the country. Now, those paragraphs scare him. In May, Google announced ...

4. Apple and Open AI partnership may integrate ChatGPT in Siri on iOS 18

Domain: | Companies: Apple

Now, according to a new report by The Information, the Cupertino-based tech giant has secured a strategic partnership with Open AI to use artificial intelligence capabilities on its voice assistant Siri for iOS 18.

5. Google Rolls Back AI Search Feature After Flubs and Flaws

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Sundar Pichai speaks while standing in front of a large display that says, “AI. Sundar Pichai, Google's chief executive, introduced A.I. Overviews, an A.I. feature in its search engine, last ...

6. Ticketmaster Confirms Data Breach. Here's What to Know.


The hacking group ShinyHunters has claimed responsibility for stealing the user information of more than 500 million Ticketmaster customers. Share full article.

7. Japanese billionaire cancels private flight around the moon on SpaceX's giant Starship


Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa called off the dearMoon mission due to delays with SpaceX's Starship megarocket. Comments (0). A collage of 11 people selected to fly to the moon on the dearMoon mission. Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa (center), ...