It’s issue #144 of DNT Weekly and the week has been quite eventful. Here’s what we’ve been reading.
A new poll from McAfee suggests that AI-assisted missives could quickly change the nature of romantic courtship. So it becomes important to wonder, are you sure a human wrote that love letter to you?
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An extremely accomplished young designer from the Canvs team shares their thoughts on the creative<>structured process of product ddsign, and how younger folks can harness their capabilities.
Murati is chief technology officer at OpenAI, leading the teams behind DALL-E, which uses AI to create artwork based on prompts, and ChatGPT, the wildly popular AI chatbot that can answer complex questions with eerily humanlike skill.
New York Times Graphics and R&D engineers worked with wildfire experts to visualize how fires create their own weather patterns. An engineer describes the process behind this data driven graphic.
Google has announced Bard, a ChatGPT competitor that uses Google’s own language model – Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA). The statement comes only days after Google CEO Sundar Pichai detailed the company’s progress during an earnings call.
Workers describe a peak production season marred by labor protests and Covid-19 chaos, right as Apple reconsiders its China supply chain.
Zara customers in Spain will lose out on free returns unless they take it to a physical shop or third-party drop-off points. Similar stories coming from other giants like Flipkart in India.