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Microsoft is planning to use nuclear energy to power AI data centers. Microsoft is hiring a project manager for nuclear technology as it looks to power its AI data centres with nuclear energy. The tech giant has invested heavily in AI, striking a $10 billion deal with OpenAI. By Tom Carter via Insider
Nuclear energy to power its AI data centers, according to a job posting - Nadeem Ansari FCIM F IDM (@nadeemansary)
Tubi is using ChatGPT to give you better movie recommendations. Tubi's library of streaming content is huge. And kind of impenetrable. You can watch its many always-on channels or watch something the service's homescreen recommends, but more likely than not, you're going to spend too much of your TV-watching time scrolling the same endless rows of posters until your eyes cross. By David Pierce via The Verge
The feature, called Rabbit AI, can recommend everything from ‘bad movies about high school’ to ‘comedies where everybody dies in the end.’ - LAPITH (@bhumharit)
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China doesn't need to sell a single car in the US to dominate the American electric car market. Chinese carmakers have a massive, domestic EV battery supply chain to lean on. That's a huge advantage for those companies in the global market. But their entrance in the US might not be a shoo-in. The Chinese electric vehicle market is huge and growing — and that success has many wondering what's next. Business Insider International
If Americans never buys another Made in China item just what will #Communist regime use to #fuel the Chinese economy. - madmilker (@madmilker)
What comes after the blockchain?. The crypto world's highest flyers are looking shakier than ever. Sam Bankman-Fried is awaiting trial in a Brooklyn jail, and Binance is wilting under new scrutiny from the Department of Justice. A pair of upcoming books detail the excesses of the crypto boom, more or less dancing on its grave. By Russell Brandom via Rest of World
At Y Combinator, crypto gives way to something new. The blockchain’s future looks surprisingly crypto-free - Brian Moyer (@bdmoyer)
Pictionary Vs AI makes the AI guess in a new version of the classic game. Mattel announced today that it is launching a new version of classic board game Pictionary: Namely, a version where players pit their drawing skills against an AI to see if it can guess the answers. This new version, called Pictionary Vs AI, uses the Google Quick Draw neural network as the players’ opponent. It’s available to pre-order and will be available in October. By Rachel Kaser via VentureBeat
Mattel is launching a new version of Pictionary with AI as the opponent - GamesBeat (@GamesBeat)
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