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OpenAI wants to work with organizations to build new AI training data sets on November 9, 2023 at 7:24 pm

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It’s an open secret that the data sets used to train AI models are deeply flawed. Image corpora tends to be U.S.- and Western-centric, partly because Western images dominated the internet when the data sets were compiled. And as most recently highlighted by a study out of the Allen Institute for AI, the data used […]

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​ It’s an open secret that the data sets used to train AI models are deeply flawed. Image corpora tends to be U.S.- and Western-centric, partly because Western images dominated the internet when the data sets were compiled. And as most recently highlighted by a study out of the Allen Institute for AI, the data used
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With its second app, Amo wants to make photo-sharing as simple taking a photo on December 8, 2023 at 12:12 pm

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Less than three weeks ago, French startup Amo released ID. As I hinted in my article covering this much-anticipated launch, ID was Amo’s first idea. Today, the social consumer startup is releasing its second app called Capture. Once again, this new app will be dissected by social app enthusiasts and other companies working in this […]

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​ Less than three weeks ago, French startup Amo released ID. As I hinted in my article covering this much-anticipated launch, ID was Amo’s first idea. Today, the social consumer startup is releasing its second app called Capture. Once again, this new app will be dissected by social app enthusiasts and other companies working in this
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UK’s CMA is looking at whether Microsoft and OpenAI tie-up is a ‘relevant merger’ on December 8, 2023 at 11:17 am

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The whirlwind management drama at OpenAI last month ended with co-founder Sam Altman reinstated within a week of his surprise dismissal and a much bigger role for Microsoft, which ended up with a seat on the board for the first time since investing billions into the startup earlier this year. That new, cosier relationship is […]

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​ The whirlwind management drama at OpenAI last month ended with co-founder Sam Altman reinstated within a week of his surprise dismissal and a much bigger role for Microsoft, which ended up with a seat on the board for the first time since investing billions into the startup earlier this year. That new, cosier relationship is
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Threads is rolling out its hashtags without the hash symbol globally on December 8, 2023 at 9:45 am

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Meta’s social network Threads got a major update Thursday as the company started rolling out tags (without the hash symbol) on the platform. Users will be able to tag only one topic per post to avoid tag spam. The company began testing the tag feature in Australia last month, and it is now rolling out […]

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​ Meta’s social network Threads got a major update Thursday as the company started rolling out tags (without the hash symbol) on the platform. Users will be able to tag only one topic per post to avoid tag spam. The company began testing the tag feature in Australia last month, and it is now rolling out
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