Music Platform CEO Says AI Is Not The Enemy

BandLab CEO Meng Ru Kwok thinks AI is no substitute for a real musician
Musicians around the world have described artificial intelligence as a threat to creativity, but the CEO of one popular platform told AFP he thinks critics are looking at it all wrong.
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A disinformation campaign led by Russia aims to stoke fears of violence at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, a Microsoft threat analysis warned

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Google's investment comes after Microsoft said it would pump billions into Malaysia and other countries in Southeast Asia

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Samsung is being faced with the first-ever walkout in company history

Samsung Electronics Union Announces First-ever Strike

A major union representing tens of thousands of people at South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics said Wednesday that workers will go on strike for the first time ever, potentially threatening key global semiconductor supply chains.
Meredith Whittaker said concerns about surveillance and those about AI were 'two framings of the same thing'

AI Relies On Mass Surveillance, Warns Signal Boss

The AI tools that crunch numbers, generate text and videos and find patterns in data rely on mass surveillance and exercise concerning control over our lives, the boss of encrypted messaging app Signal told AFP on Thursday.
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Microsoft Unveils 'AI-ready' PCs

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella unveiled a new category of PC on Monday that features generative artificial intelligence tools built directly into Windows, the company's world leading operating system.