- "When searching in Gmail, machine learning models will use the search term, most recent emails and other relevant factors to show you the results that best match your search query," Google explains.
- "These results will now appear at the top of the list in a dedicated section, followed by all results sorted by recency," the post continues.
- Microsoft has announced that it’s killing off Cortana, at least in Windows, where the assistant will be dropped in the not-so-distant future.
- Windows Central reported on Microsoft’s revelation that the Cortana app will no longer be supported in Windows late in 2023.
- However, the aged assistant will still remain in other Microsoft services, including various bits of Microsoft Teams and Outlook mobile, so Cortana hasn’t entirely been binned.
- AI tools, particularly voice clones, are supercharging scams, FTC Chair Lina Khan warned.
- She noted that they are already seeing AI "turbocharge" scams, using voice clones that can copy family members in distress as an example.
- "We need to be vigilant early," Khan said. "If anything you need to be especially vigilant on the front-end because it’s much more difficult to solve these problems after."
Read More at mashable.com
- Microsoft’s agreement with CoreWeave could be worth billions of dollars over multiple years, people familiar with the matter said.
- CoreWeave offers Nvidia graphics cards that other companies rent out.
- Nvidia has invested $100 million in CoreWeave, which in April was valued at $2 billion.
Read More at cnbc.com
- Lawyers suing the Colombian airline Avianca submitted a brief full of previous cases that were just made up by ChatGPT, The New York Times reported today.
- After opposing counsel pointed out the nonexistent cases, US District Judge Kevin Castel confirmed, “Six of the submitted cases appear to be bogus judicial decisions with bogus quotes and bogus internal citations,” and set up a hearing as he considers sanctions for the plaintiff’s lawyers.
Read More at theverge.com