LinkedIn and OpenAI cofounder Reid Hoffman says he’s glad Sam Altman is leading the AI company again. Hoffman and other AI experts discussed the perils and potential of AI at a WIRED event Tuesday.
At a WIRED event Tuesday, a panel of studio founders and researchers discussed game designs that foster civility and discourage toxicity.
The CEO’s memo to staff announces a nonvoting seat for Microsoft but leaves questions about the future of chief scientist Ilya Sutskever.
In a rambling interview at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit, Elon Musk suggested advertisers fleeing X were blackmailing him and could kill the platform.
India’s next election will be partly decided online. But even before the internet reached the country’s rural regions, divisive videos were distributed using hard drives and laptops.
Major political parties in India are courting social media influencers to reach rural voters, paying for reach and dodging tough questions.
Starting Friday, dockworkers in all Swedish ports will refuse to offload Teslas, cleaning crews will no longer clean showrooms, and mechanics won’t fix charging points as the labor dispute rages on.
Common Sense Media’s first ratings for chatbots and other AI services warn parents that AI image generators and Snapchat’s My AI chatbot may not be safe for kids.
Face recognition technology has been controversial for years. Cops in the UK are drastically increasing the amount they use it.
The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists reached a tentative agreement with the studios on Wednesday, ending a 118-day strike.