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25th May: Batten down the hatches, AI is here
25th May: Batten down the hatches, AI is here

Mac Power Users #745: “Inventing the Future” with John Buck — Relay FM

relay.fm

Another MPU recommendation from me and a trip down Apple memory lane. John Buck published a book covering the “Apple Technology Group,” a division within Apple that operated back in the 1980s and 1990s and experimented with many forward-looking bits of technology that we take for granted today.

Stack Overflow suspends user for editing posts in OpenAI protest

bleepingcomputer.com

It was a matter of time before Stack Overflow admitted defeat in their own AI efforts and asked Open AI for a big pile of money to access their data instead. However, as an almost entirely user-generated content site, the people who write said content aren’t happy, and unsurprisingly, Stack Overflow isn’t handling this well.

Dell turns 40: How a teenager transformed $1000 worth of PC parts into a tech giant

zdnet.com

Less noisy than other long-lasting competitors, Dell have been there longer than most, quietly in the background making a big pile of money in varying degrees.

Ten years ago Microsoft bought Nokia’s phone unit then killed it as a tax write-off

theregister.com

Nokia, once a diamond of European tech, slowly sold off parts of its business until even those who bought those sold them on again.

Flood of AI-Generated Submissions Final Straw for Small 22-Year-Old Publisher

404media.co

Publishers, small and large, are already asking for hopeful submitters to sign disclaimers on AI-generated content. But even this is not enough to prevent the flood of AI-generated crap flooding publishers and ruining it for those of us who actually want someone to read our very human words.

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Mac Power Users #745: “Inventing the Future” with John Buck — Relay FM

relay.fm

Another MPU recommendation from me and a trip down Apple memory lane. John Buck published a book covering the “Apple Technology Group,” a division within Apple that operated back in the 1980s and 1990s and experimented with many forward-looking bits of technology that we take for granted today.

Stack Overflow suspends user for editing posts in OpenAI protest

bleepingcomputer.com

It was a matter of time before Stack Overflow admitted defeat in their own AI efforts and asked Open AI for a big pile of money to access their data instead. However, as an almost entirely user-generated content site, the people who write said content aren’t happy, and unsurprisingly, Stack Overflow isn’t handling this well.

Dell turns 40: How a teenager transformed $1000 worth of PC parts into a tech giant

zdnet.com

Less noisy than other long-lasting competitors, Dell have been there longer than most, quietly in the background making a big pile of money in varying degrees.

Ten years ago Microsoft bought Nokia’s phone unit then killed it as a tax write-off

theregister.com

Nokia, once a diamond of European tech, slowly sold off parts of its business until even those who bought those sold them on again.

Flood of AI-Generated Submissions Final Straw for Small 22-Year-Old Publisher

404media.co

Publishers, small and large, are already asking for hopeful submitters to sign disclaimers on AI-generated content. But even this is not enough to prevent the flood of AI-generated crap flooding publishers and ruining it for those of us who actually want someone to read our very human words.

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