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What is Google Bard? Here’s what you need to know about company’s new AI experience.

Bard initially will be available exclusively to a group of “trusted testers” before being widely released later this year, according to a Monday blog post from Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

It sounds like Google’s getting ready to compete with ChatGPT

Sundar Pichai is promising that you’ll be able to ‘interact directly’ with the company’s language models.

Eye-pressure-sensing contact lens both monitors and manages glaucoma

If people with glaucoma don’t stay on top of their condition, blindness may result.

Looking beyond phones, Samsung plans to make ‘extended reality’ devices

Extended reality, or XR, is a blanket term to describe a handful of related technologies that include virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality.

We’re already living in the Metaverse.

Why have mere users when you can have residents?

CBS Sunday Morning – ChatGPT: Grading artificial intelligence’s writing

OpenAI’s artificial intelligence writing program ChatGPT will, with a few prompts, compose poetry, prose, song lyrics, essays, even news articles. And that has ethicists and educators worried about the program’s ease at replacing human ideas with chatbot-generated words.

Watch this: Boston Dynamics’ Atlas humanoid robot shows off some of its newest moves

Boston Dynamics’ humanoid robot, Atlas, debuts its newest moves by getting tools in this video and ends with a grand finale.

Microsoft looks to tighten ties with OpenAI through potential $10B investment and new integrations

The possible deal, currently the subject of negotiations between the companies, would value OpenAI at $29 billion, with the possibility of Microsoft receiving 75% of OpenAI’s profits until it recoups its investment

A Drug to Treat Aging May Not Be a Pipe Dream

New approaches to the biology of senescence can make lives longer and healthier.

McDonald’s tests first automated location that could change fast food industry

Machines do nearly everything there, from taking orders to delivering food.