Nothing, the London-based tech company founded by Carl Pei, has officially teased its upcoming Nothing Phone (2) on social media. The highly anticipated device is set to arrive in Summer 2023, and is expected to bring innovative new features to the smartphone market.
An AI model that can read human minds using fMRI technology has been developed. Trained using ChatGPT’s technique, it accurately predicted watched videos with 90% accuracy. The model has important implications for various fields, but ethical considerations must be taken into account.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna has announced that the company plans to replace approximately 7,800 jobs with artificial intelligence (AI) in the next five years, sparking concerns about the impact of AI on human employment. While some argue that AI will create new job opportunities, others believe that it will lead to widespread job loss.
India has blocked 14 mobile messenger apps that were reportedly being used by terrorists to receive text messages from handlers in Pakistan. While the Indian government has justified the move as necessary to counter terrorism, the blocking of these apps has raised concerns over app security and privacy.
The wife of slain IAS officer has challenged the release of Anand Mohan, a former MP who was convicted of murdering her husband. The case highlights the issues of criminal-politician nexus and the challenges faced by victims seeking justice.
The challenge to decouple from China may not be Western governments but Western companies heavily invested in China. Diversification and exploring alternative supply chains are gaining momentum as human rights violations and the aggressive tactics of China draw scrutiny.