Disney has reportedly paused its advertising on X, a video-sharing platform owned by Alphabet’s Google. The company’s decision to stop advertising on X comes after it was reported that X had been allowing ads to be placed next to pro-Nazi content.

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  • November 29, 2023

    Google AI's PaLM language model has surpassed human performance on a range of tasks, including question-answering, summarization, and translation. PaLM is a massive language model with 540 billion parameters, which is three times the size of GPT-3, the previous state-of-the-art language model. PaLM's performance on a variety of benchmarks suggests that it is a powerful tool for natural language processing tasks.

  • November 28, 2023

    Smartwatch developed by researchers at the University of Rochester can detect early signs of Parkinson's disease with an accuracy of up to 90%. The smartwatch uses a combination of sensors to monitor the wearer's movement, balance, and heart rate. This information is then analyzed by an AI algorithm to identify patterns that are indicative of Parkinson's disease.

  • November 28, 2023

    A virtual reality headset developed by Meta (formerly Facebook) can create realistic simulations of any environment. The headset uses a combination of high-resolution cameras and sensors to capture the real world in real-time. This information is then used to create a virtual environment that is indistinguishable from the real world.

  • November 28, 2023

    A new AI algorithm developed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, can predict the spread of disease with an accuracy of up to 95%. The algorithm uses a combination of machine learning and data analysis to identify patterns in the spread of disease, such as the movement of people and the presence of environmental factors. This information can then be used to identify areas where disease is most likely to spread and to take steps to prevent outbreaks.

  • November 28, 2023

    A team of scientists at MIT has developed a new method for generating electricity from water that could revolutionize the way we power our homes and businesses. The new method uses a special type of material called a perovskite to convert sunlight into electricity with an efficiency of up to 26%. This is significantly higher than the efficiency of traditional solar cells, which typically only convert about 15-20% of sunlight into electricity.

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