We teach ChatGPT to read following George Orwell’s rules for using language “as an instrument for expressing and not concealing or preventing thought”
In this newsletter, a warning about elevating regular people to hero status, plus a new wireless power sensor for labs, and the critical detail to include in funding round news these days
In this issue of Verb’s newsletter, TechCrunch looks for guest articles on surviving a downturn, and friends in Latin America offer a tip or two
In Newsletter #7, the Church adopts livestreaming, Google invests in Latin America, and PISA starts tracking computational thinking
Compass UOL brings back stolen masterpieces in a new application of the metaverse
Thousands of creators your audience loves need new sponsors
Gaby Wiegran, a behavioral economist provides insights into why we accept, or not, the prices we pay for goods and services.
The technology is upending markets as diverse as banking, public services, and healthcare
Customers who try automated service options fail to get help half the time. Avaya is doing something about it.
Elon Musk calls Twitter “the digital town square.” Will he open it up to all kinds of abuse, as some fear?