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OpenAI appoints former top US cyberwarrior and ex-army general to its board

OpenAI has appointed a former top US cyberwarrior and intelligence official to its board of directors, saying he will help protect the ChatGPT maker...

Elon Musk’s xAI raises $6 billion to develop artificial intelligence

A group of investors will put up $6 billion (€5.5 billion) to fund development of artificial intelligence by Elon Musk’s xAI. The company said on...

Amazon investing up to €3.75bn in AI startup Anthropic

Amazon is investing up to $4 billion (€3.75 billion) in Anthropic and taking a minority stake in the artificial intelligence (AI) startup, the two...

Michael Schumacher’s family plans legal action over ‘fake AI interview’

The family of Michael Schumacher plans to take legal action against a German magazine for publishing what it claimed to be an artificial intelligence-generated...

Facebook ‘turned down’ AI tool to stop hate speech

Facebook has been accused of turning down the chance to use an artificial intelligence tool which could have helped the firm detect online hate...

Facebook will not remove altered video of Mark Zuckerberg

A manipulated video appearing to show Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg talking about him being “one man with total control of billions of people’s stolen...

Twitter acquires AI startup to address fake news

Twitter has acquired a London-based startup that has developed AI technology that could help it deal with disinformation and fake news spread across the...

Amazon ‘listens to what users say to Alexa’

Amazon staff listen to recordings of customer interactions with voice-based assistant Alexa to help train the artificial intelligence’s responses. The tech giant uses review teams...

Google apologises for not disclosing microphone in security device

The technology giant said an "error" meant the microphone was not included in the specifications for the device, but it was "never intended to...

Machine designed to win debates loses to human

An IBM-made machine designed to win debates has lost out to a human champion debater from London, in a heated competition of man versus...

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