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    • Amazon’s AI shopping assistant rolls out to all users in the US
      by Emma Roth on July 12, 2024 at 4:33 pm

      Image: Amazon Amazon’s AI shopping assistant, Rufus, is rolling out to all users in the US on Amazon’s mobile app. You can pull up the shopping assistant by tapping the orange and blue icon in the right corner of the app’s navigation bar, where Rufus can answer questions, draw […]

    • The Rabbit R1 has been logging users’ chats — with no way to wipe them
      by Umar Shakir on July 12, 2024 at 2:45 pm

      There wasn’t a Factory Reset option, previously. | Photo: David Pierce / The Verge Since the launch of the Rabbit R1, the AI assistant device has been storing users’ chat logs on-device with no way to erase them, according to a company security bulletin. Rabbit is now addressing the […]

    • The AI Act compliance countdown begins
      by Mia Sato on July 12, 2024 at 2:43 pm

      Illustration by Cath Virginia / The Verge | Photos by Getty Images The AI Act is a sweeping set of rules for technology companies operating in the EU, which bans certain uses of AI tools and puts transparency requirements on developers. The law officially passed in March after two years of […]

    • Samsung’s new folds, flips, and Apple clones
      by David Pierce on July 12, 2024 at 1:18 pm

      Illustration by The Verge; Photo by Emmanuel Dunand / AFP via Getty Images As the rest of the tech industry seems to mostly shift to overproduced infomercials for their product launches, Samsung is holding fast to its love for giant live events in huge arenas. This year, at Unpacked in […]

    • Microsoft’s Copilot AI now understands your terrible handwriting
      by Tom Warren on July 12, 2024 at 9:47 am

      The Verge Microsoft is preparing to enable Copilot in OneNote to read and analyze handwritten notes. The feature entered beta testing late last month, and will allow OneNote users to write handwritten notes using a stylus and then summarize them, ask questions, or even generate to-do lists […]

    • The AI-focused COPIED Act would make removing digital watermarks illegal
      by Lauren Feiner on July 11, 2024 at 10:58 pm

      Illustration by Cath Virginia / The Verge | Photos from Getty Images A bipartisan group of senators introduced a new bill to make it easier to authenticate and detect artificial intelligence-generated content and protect journalists and artists from having their work gobbled up by AI models […]

    • Here’s how OpenAI will determine how powerful its AI systems are
      by Kylie Robison on July 11, 2024 at 10:16 pm

      Illustration: The Verge OpenAI has created an internal scale to track the progress its large language models are making toward artificial general intelligence, or AI with human-like intelligence, a spokesperson told Bloomberg. Today’s chatbots, like ChatGPT, are at Level 1. OpenAI claims […]

    • Why The Atlantic signed a deal with OpenAI
      by Nilay Patel on July 11, 2024 at 5:05 pm

      Photo illustration: The Verge / Photo by The Atlantic CEO Nicholas Thompson discusses the deal: ‘AI is coming. It is coming quickly. We want to be part of whatever transition happens.’ Today, I’m talking to Nicholas Thompson, the CEO of The Atlantic, one of the oldest magazines in […]

    • Google says Gemini AI is making its robots smarter
      by Jess Weatherbed on July 11, 2024 at 2:28 pm

      DeepMind found “preliminary evidence” that Gemini enables its robots to plan how to undertake complex tasks from simple instructions. | Image: Google DeepMind Google is training its robots with Gemini AI so they can get better at navigation and completing tasks. The DeepMind robotics […]

    • How one small company’s SEO garbage made it to Sports Illustrated and USA Today
      by Mia Sato on July 11, 2024 at 2:00 pm

      Illustration by Hanneke Rozemuller The man behind the AI gaffes at Sports Illustrated and USA Today has a yearslong history of filling the internet with garbage. In the summer of 2018, staff of the Chicago Tribune awoke to find a story they didn’t recognize on the newspaper’s website. […]

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