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Inside Silicon Valley’s Mayo Marketing Madness
The war on eggs started back in the ’70s, not with the company formerly known as Hampton Creek, but with a little cafe-grocery store in Los Angeles.
AI Can Write Disinformation Now—and Dupe Human Readers
Georgetown researchers used text generator GPT-3 to write misleading tweets about climate change and foreign affairs. People found the posts persuasive.
Uber’s Union Deal in the UK Doesn’t Mean Its Battles Are Over
The company's first-ever union agreement could distract from more changes that need to happen, both within the gig economy and governments.
AI Could Soon Write Code Based on Ordinary Language
Microsoft reveals plans to bring GPT-3, best known for generating text, to programming. “The code writes itself,” CEO Satya Nadella says.
When Driving Is (Partially) Automated, People Drive More
A study finds that users of advanced driver-assistance systems drive 4,888 more miles per year than similar drivers without the feature.
Meet Your Next Angel Investor. They're 19
It’s never been easier to invest in startups, and Gen Z is taking full advantage.
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The Pronunciation Glitches of an AI
The content is well-written.
The male news reader’s tortured diction and comical mispronunciation of nearly every proper noun are that of either an AI with a paltry learning dataset or a well-intentioned human who was never read-to as a child and who’s found a way to avoid consuming any audio or video news.