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The Download: a history of brainwashing, and America’s chipmaking ambitions

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology A brief, weird history of brainwashing On a spring day in 1959, war correspondent Edward Hunter testified before… Continue Reading →

This US startup makes a crucial chip material and is taking on a Japanese giant

It can be dizzying to try to understand all the complex components of a single computer chip: layers of microscopic components linked to one another through highways of copper wires, some barely wider than a few strands of DNA. Nestled… Continue Reading →

The Download: our eclipse guide, and what you need to know about bird flu

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. How to safely watch and photograph the total solar eclipse On April 8, the moon will pass directly… Continue Reading →

The Download: Harvard’s geoengineering failure, and extending nuclear plants’ lifetimes

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The hard lessons of Harvard’s failed geoengineering experiment In March 2017, at a small summit in Washington, DC,… Continue Reading →

A conversation with OpenAI’s first artist in residence

Alex Reben’s work is often absurd, sometimes surreal: a mash-up of giant ears imagined by DALL-E and sculpted by hand out of marble; critical burns generated by ChatGPT that thumb the nose at AI art. But its message is relevant… Continue Reading →

The Download: the future of AI moviemaking, and what to know about plug-in hybrids

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. What’s next for generative video When OpenAI revealed its new generative video model, Sora, last month, it invited… Continue Reading →

Apple researchers explore dropping “Siri” phrase & listening with AI instead

Researchers from Apple are probing whether it’s possible to use artificial intelligence to detect when a user is speaking to a device like an iPhone, thereby eliminating the technical need for a trigger phrase like “Siri,” according to a paper… Continue Reading →

Roundtables: How China Got Ahead on EVs

Recorded on March 21, 2024 How China Got Ahead on EVs Speakers: Zeyi Yang, China reporter, Amanda Silverman, Features & investigations editor, and Abby Ivory-Ganja, Sr engagement editor In the race to produce and sell more electric vehicles, China has… Continue Reading →

This self-driving startup is using generative AI to predict traffic

Self-driving company Waabi is using a generative AI model to help predict the movement of vehicles, it announced today. The new system, called Copilot4D, was trained on troves of data from lidar sensors, which use light to sense how far… Continue Reading →

The Download: AI’s gaming prowess, and calculating methane emissions

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. An AI that can play Goat Simulator is a step toward more useful machines The news: A new… Continue Reading →

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