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11 Global Banks Investigating the Promising Field of Quantum Technologies

11 Global Banks Investigating the Promising Field of Quantum Technologies

Explore how 11 major international banks are delving into the realm of quantum technologies.

Laurie Anderson on Her Addiction to Making an AI Chatbot of Lou Reed

Laurie Anderson on Her Addiction to Making an AI Chatbot of Lou Reed

Laurie Anderson, the avant-garde artist, has developed an AI chatbot modeled after her late husband Lou Reed. She discusses her addiction to the AI text generator and its artistic possibilities.

Unofficial SteamVR Driver for PSVR 2 to Release Soon as Sony Plans its Own PC VR Support

Unofficial SteamVR Driver for PSVR 2 to Release Soon as Sony Plans its Own PC VR Support

Sony is bringing PC VR support to PSVR 2 this year, but iVRy is already working on an unofficial SteamVR driver for PSVR 2.

Russian Hackers Exploit Compromised Internet Routers, Law Enforcement Warns

Russian Hackers Exploit Compromised Internet Routers, Law Enforcement Warns

Law enforcement authorities have issued a warning about Russian cyber actors using compromised internet routers for their malicious operations.

Today’s best iOS app deals: Townsmen, Evolution Planet, Pocket Academy 3, more

Today’s best iOS app deals: Townsmen, Evolution Planet, Pocket Academy 3, more

Check out the best iOS game and app deals available today, including popular titles like Townsmen, Evolution Planet, and Pocket Academy 3.

Man Who Laundered Billions in Bitcoins Says Bitcoin Fog Was a Help: Bloomberg

Man Who Laundered Billions in Bitcoins Says Bitcoin Fog Was a Help: Bloomberg

Ilya Lichtenstein, who pleaded guilty in the Bitfinex case last year, is now a U.S. witness who testified about his use of Bitcoin Fog and other mixers to hide loot.

Amazon's AWS to Invest Over $5 Billion in Mexico to Boost Cloud Computing

Amazon's AWS to Invest Over $5 Billion in Mexico to Boost Cloud Computing

Amazon Web Services Mexico (AWS) has announced plans to invest over $5 billion in opening a cluster of data centers in Mexico, responding to the growing demand for cloud services.

Why Google's 'woke' AI problem won't be an easy fix

Why Google's 'woke' AI problem won't be an easy fix

Google's artificial intelligence tool, Gemini, is facing backlash online due to its politically correct responses and biased outputs. In trying to solve the problem of bias, Google may have created a new problem by generating absurd and inaccurate results. The issue lies in the training data that AI tools are trained on, which often contain biases found on the internet. Fixing this problem won't be easy, as there is no single answer to what the outputs should be. Google's attempts to correct the issue may require user input, but that comes with its own challenges. The problem may be deeply embedded in the training data and algorithms, making it difficult to solve.