The hashtag has become a form of silent protest—and a rallying cry from concept artists and illustrators around the world.
Inclusivity is about making sure everyone is included and treated fairly, no matter who they are or what they look like. It means that everyone is welcome and can participate in things together. It’s about making sure everyone feels safe and respected.
OpenAI, the artificial intelligence research company that gave us the super-smart bot ChatGPT as well as text-to-image generator DALL-E, has a new tool to play with. It’s called Point-E, and while it’s a little harder to use than ChatGPT, it’s similarly impressive.
Although ChatGPT still has plenty of room for improvement, its release led Google’s management to declare a “code red.” For Google, this was akin to pulling the fire alarm. Some fear the company may be approaching a moment that the biggest Silicon Valley outfits dread — the arrival of an enormous technological change that could upend the business.
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The change is part of the new Twitter Blue for Business, which is rolling out now. The first change you’ll notice is that brands and businesses now have a square profile pic instead of a round one. This includes Twitter itself, Apple, Microsoft, and Mashable, for example.
After a reporter sparked the discussion and mentioned Elon Musk in the process, Wikipedia’s founder made it very clear that website was not for sale.
A gallery of Lionel Messi celebrating Argentina’s World Cup win has become the most-liked Instagram post ever. The footballer – who led his team to their first World Cup triumph in 36 years – received more than 57 million likes for his collection of photos.
Imagine a world where you can communicate with your technology the same way you communicate with your friends. A world where you can ask your phone a question and get a response that feels natural, human, and helpful.