Tuesday, 20th February 2024, 10:45 PM
Pending, -273 degrees, but feels like -273 degrees in Pending
The founder of Platformer talks about building small media businesses, his decision to leave Substack, and what’s next for the media industry.
The public is beginning to weigh in on the Vision Pro, and the feelings about it are wide-ranging. Here are several examples from the Vision Pro subreddit.
The Sundance Film Festival featured great movies like Love Me, In A Violent Nature, Didi, and Ibelin.
If you love physical books, then neck-worn reading lights are far superior to clip-ons, headlamps, and any other solution we’ve tried for reading in dim light.
Apple’s Vision Pro support page explains that the headset’s Find My feature will only enable Activation Lock, as there is no location tracking built in.
Apple Music will pay musicians who release tracks in spatial audio a larger share of the revenue from streaming, which indie labels say is going to unfairly hurt their artists.
Researchers gave tasks associated with creating bioweapons to two groups of participants and found that those with access to GPT-4 had a minor increase in accuracy.
Polestar and Motional, two car tech companies, are getting dumped by their financial patrons. The breakups reflect the increasingly difficult conditions for electric and autonomous vehicle development.
The Browser Company is betting AI can reinvent the way we experience the internet. It’s launching features like Instant Links and Live Folders, and building search tools as well.
Thanks to Google’s text-to-image model Imagen 2, Bard users can now ask the chatbot to generate photos while chatting.
Microsoft researchers announced LASER, a method that improves the accuracy of large language models by removing some data correlations.
Amazon’s failure to buy iRobot leaves the maker of the Roomba robot vacuum with a big mess to clean up.