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Montana residents would have faced $10,000 fines for using the app.
The World Is Splitting Between Those Who Use ChatGPT to Get Better, Smarter, Richer — and Everyone Else
A 2022 analysis by the Microsoft-owned company said that developers using its AI Copilot tool to aid their coding were 55% faster than those without.
The popular chicken chain is launching the "PLAY entertainment app" and creating original series, podcasts, animations, and more.
A TikToker caught the unusual scene on camera on Tuesday.
Selling Song Catalogs Is a Billion-Dollar Business Now. But One Pending Sale — Called the 'Ultimate Partnership Betrayal' — Is Tearing an Iconic 1970s Pop Duo Apart.
Daryl Hall and John Oates, the pair behind hits "Rich Girl" and "Maneater," were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman Went on an 18-Month, $85 Million Real-Estate Shopping Spree — Including a Previously Unknown Hawaii Estate
The estate in Hawaii is reportedly worth $43 million.
State Accidentally Posts the Wrong Powerball Winning Numbers — But 'Winners' Will Still Get to Cash In
The Iowa Lottery issued an update on the situation on Wednesday.
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Red Lobster Lost Nearly $11 Million Because People Love Endless Shrimp: 'We Need to Be Much More Careful'
The restaurant chain, which is owned by Thai Union Group, made the promotion a menu mainstay in June.
The company claims a "large enterprise" threatened to sue them over the lemonade-iced tea beverage.