Technology News for Thursday 9th November 2023

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Nov 09th 2023

1. Apple co-founder Wozniak suffers possible stroke in Mexico -local media

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MEXICO CITY, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was hospitalized in Mexico City on Wednesday due to a possible stroke, Mexican media outlets reported, but a TMZ report citing sources suggested the illness was potentially a less serious ...

2. Why We Dine Out (or Don't)


On this episode of Critics at Large, the staff writers Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz make sense of our new culinary landscape. The hosts are joined by Hannah Goldfield, who covers restaurants and food culture for The New Yorker.

3. What Is NASA Plus? All You Need To Know About The Space Agency's First On-Demand Streaming Service


American space agency NASA on Thursday announced that its new streaming service NASA+ is live now. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said that its first on-demand streaming service and upgraded app are now available, ushering in a new ...

4. Noise-canceling headphones could let you pick and choose the sounds you want to hear


The technology that makes it possible, called semantic hearing, could pave the way for smarter hearing aids and earphones, allowing the wearer to filter out some sounds while boosting others. Advertisement.

5. Inside Atlantis The Royal's Strategy to Capture the Ultra-Luxury Travel Segment

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Ultra-luxury travelers' accelerating desire for exceptional and exclusive experiences is driving hospitality to reach new heights in a rarefied segment. Atlantis The Royal is setting new standards in its quest to anticipate the needs of a continuously ...

6. Paris Exhibition Explores Artistic Potential of iPhone Photos


Back in 2015, when Swedish photographer Malin Fezehai won a World Press Photo prize for her image of two Eritrean refugees at their wedding in Israel, it was the first time a winning submission had been realized with an iPhone.

7. The Download: cancelling out noises, and tastes like (lab-grown) chicken


This 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. Noise-canceling headphones could let you pick and choose the sounds you want to hear.

8. iOS 17.1.1: These iPhone Issues Were Just Patched

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This update provides bug fixes for your iPhone including: In rare circumstances, Apple Pay and other NFC features may become unavailable on iPhone 15 models after wireless charging in certain cars.

9. Apple co-founder hospitalized in Mexico due to possible stroke, local media reports

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Steve Wozniak, co-founder of the technology company Apple, speaks on stage at Deutsche Telekom's Digital X conference. Thomas Banneyer | Picture Alliance | Getty Images. Apple co ...

10. How to use AI for discovery — without leading science astray

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A new statistical technique allows researchers to safely use the predictions obtained from machine learning to test scientific hypotheses. This image shows an artistic interpretation of the technique, called prediction-powered inference, which has been ...

11. Can AI and Lasers Cure Our Smartphone Addiction?


The gadget, called the Ai Pin, is a new take on wearable devices that aims to supplant, or at least help wean us off, our addiction to screens. Its features include answering questions, making calls, sending texts, playing music and taking photos.

12. Silicon Valley's Big, Bold Sci-Fi Bet on the Device That Comes After the Smartphone

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Humane, a company started by two former Apple employees, says its new artificial intelligence pin can stop all the scrolling. Can it live up to the hype? The Humane Ai Pin ...

13. Bone broth meets Pilates, video games on wheels and more in Detroit culture and community news


It's getting chilly, but the city's creatives and entrepreneurs are keeping our spirits lifted. Speaking of lifting, my housemates and I are creating a small but mighty at-home gym to avoid the cold (and colds) and still stay strong.

14. Wearable 'Ai Pin' launched by Humane, backed by ex-Apple execs and Microsoft

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Nov 9 (Reuters) - Humane, a Silicon Valley startup with a star-studded list of co-founders and executives, on Thursday released a $699 device that aims to bring cutting-edge artificial intelligence to a lapel near you. The Ai Pin, as the device is ...

15. Former Apple designers launch $700 Humane AI Pin as smartphone replacement

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Humane, founded by former Apple designers Imran Chaudhri and Bethany Bongiorno, announced its first product on Thursday in a video. The AI Pin costs $699 and attaches to the user's lapel, and it requires an additional $24-per-month data subscription to ...

16. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak hospitalized ahead of talk in Mexico City

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Other advertised speakers were Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and Muhammad Yunus, a pioneer in microfinance who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The convivial Wozniak, who teamed up ...

17. Take-Two CEO says generative AI 'is going to change the nature of what we do'


In an interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick said generative AI could change gaming and bring in new consumers. Take-Two shares climbed 5% yesterday after the company announced that the release of a new Grand Theft ...