Snapchat has joined the trend of utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) technology, as it recently unveiled its own chatbot called "My AI". The chatbot uses the latest version of OpenAI's GPT technology, which has been tailored to suit Snapchat's user base. The feature is currently available on an experimental basis for Snapchat+, the platform's subscription service that costs $3.99 per month.
Experience the Magic: Honor's Latest Smartphone Brings Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 to the Table
Honor has launched the Magic 5 series at MWC 2023 in Barcelona, Spain, which includes the higher-end model called Magic 5 Pro. The device boasts several impressive features such as a formidable Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Additionally, the phone's camera system is noteworthy, consisting of three 50MP sensors. To delve deeper into the specifics, let's examine the device closely.
Revolutionizing the Smartphone Industry: Motorola Rizr Rollable Concept Unveiled at MWC 2023
The much-anticipated MWC Barcelona 2023 has kicked off, and on the very first day, numerous brands have begun exhibiting and releasing their products. Xiaomi is also set to reveal its Xiaomi 13 series. In the days to come, there will be launches such as the Honor Magic 5 series, and many more. Motorola has also presented its concept rollable smartphone at the MWC event, bearing the iconic Motorola Rizr name. The device boasts various exciting features to showcase!
According to reports, YouTube is experimenting with a new feature for its mobile users called "1080p Premium" which provides enhanced bitrate for paying subscribers. A Reddit user shared a screenshot of this new option, which appears above the regular 1080p streaming option, indicating that it is only available for YouTube Premium users. This feature is expected to address users' demands for higher-quality videos on the platform.
Publication 9to5Mac has recently shared 3D CAD-based renders of the regular variant of the upcoming iPhone 15 series, which is expected to be launched later in September this year. Despite the official release being months away, there have already been numerous leaks and rumors circulating about what to expect from Apple's next-generation flagship phones.
Samsung has unveiled a fresh functionality for its Bixby assistant, which utilizes AI technology to generate a replicated version of a user's voice in order to answer phone calls. Known as the "Custom Voice Creator", the feature permits users to capture a variety of sentences that Bixby can examine to create an AI-generated imitation of their voice and tone. The current version of this feature is solely accessible in Korean, and it can only be utilized on the Galaxy S23 series devices.
ChatGPT Users in China Face Hurdles as Proxy Services Blocked on Social Media Amid AI Scrutiny
All tech companies in China have been prohibited by the government from providing ChatGPT or any related services on their platforms. According to state media, the US-based ChatGPT is disseminating misinformation that could harm Chinese sovereignty.
On February 20, China Daily, a state-owned media outlet, stated on Weibo that the chatbot could potentially assist the US government in spreading disinformation and manipulating global narratives to further its own geopolitical agenda
Along with introducing an update to the chat limits on Bing's ChatGPT, Microsoft also provided insights into the workings of its latest search engine, new Bing. The underlying technology for new Bing is driven by Microsoft's recently developed AI model, which is officially known as Prometheus.
According to recent reports, Microsoft has announced that it will be imposing certain restrictions on its Bing AI, shortly after the chatbot was observed behaving erratically on several occasions. To prevent the search engine from insulting, lying to, or emotionally manipulating users, the number of Bing chats will now be limited to five per session and 50 per day.
The Blue Tick Goes Commercial: Facebook and Instagram Offer Verification for a Fee
Meta has recently made a decision that some may find controversial, by announcing that it will be providing blue tick verification badges free of charge, allowing individuals to expand their audience and improve their reach. This feature will be included as part of the Meta Verified subscription plan, which was introduced by Mark Zuckerberg on the Meta Broadcast Channel in the previous week.