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Now that OpenAI's Superalignment Team Has Been Disbanded, Who's Preventing AI from Going Rogue?

We spoke to an AI expert who says safety and innovation are not separate things that must be balanced; they go hand in hand.

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'Take the Money Out of the Equation': Barbara Corcoran Offers Tips for New Graduates Navigating the Job Market

The "Shark Tank" star says she worked almost two dozen jobs before turning 23.

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Scarlett Johansson 'Shocked' That OpenAI Used a Voice 'So Eerily Similar' to Hers After Already Telling the Company 'No'

Johansson asked OpenAI how they created the AI voice that her "closest friends and news outlets could not tell the difference."

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Commencement Speaker Gives Graduates $1,000 in Envelopes During Speech

Granite Telecommunications founder and CEO Robert Hale Jr. spoke to University of Massachusetts Dartmouth graduates and gave a gift — with a twist.

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Here's How Much Money Xander Schauffele Won at the 2024 PGA Championship

This year's purse was $18.5 million in total, up $1 million from last year.

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See How Madison Marsh Balances Her Duties as a U.S. Air Force Officer and Miss America

"I serve as 2nd Lt. Marsh, and I serve as Miss America simultaneously."

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This Luxury Cruise Line Wants You to Retire at Sea for a Flat Fee

For the price of a house, you can live on a boat (for three years).

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Oh Great, AI Can Detect Sarcasm Now

Researchers built an AI sarcasm detector that decodes the emotions behind an audio recording and transcribes it into text with corresponding emojis.

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Brand New GPT-4o Revealed: 3 Mind Blowing Updates and 3 Unexpected Challenges for Entrepreneurs

Unveiling OpenAI's GPT-4.0: The latest AI with vision, auditory, and emotional intelligence abilities is revolutionizing industries. How will it affect your business?

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The Music Giant Behind Beyoncé, Harry Styles and Adele Bars ChatGPT From Using Its Songs

The world's largest music publisher sent letters to more than 700 companies demanding information about how its artists' songs were used.