Technology

The rise of Large Language Models (LLMs) has been a game-changer in the field of artificial intelligence and natural language processing. These sophisticated architectures have the ability to process, generate, and manipulate text in various human languages, making them incredibly versatile tools in a wide range of applications. While LLMs have shown incredible potential in
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The recent unveiling of OpenAI’s GPT-4o marks a significant advancement in artificial intelligence, particularly in the realm of conversational AI. The emphasis on personality in this new version raises several important questions regarding the impact it may have on users. While the demonstration videos showcase GPT-4o as friendly, empathetic, and engaging, the potential risks of
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A recent lawsuit filed against Spotify in a US federal court has raised concerns about the music streaming giant’s alleged underpayment of songwriters, composers, and publishers by tens of millions of dollars. The lawsuit was initiated by the Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC), a non-profit organization responsible for collecting and distributing royalties from music streaming services
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In the realm of electronic components, two-terminal devices have long been the standard. However, these components have often posed limitations that hinder the overall performance and function of systems. Nonetheless, a groundbreaking development has emerged from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)’s iGAN Laboratory, spearheaded by Prof. Haiding Sun and his team
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The tech industry in the Bay Area has been through a turbulent period marked by waves of layoffs and restructuring as companies sought to streamline operations and improve efficiency. However, there are now signs that the industry is stabilizing after years of upheaval. While major players like Tesla continue to experience job losses, the overall
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Building design methods have traditionally focused on improving the connectivity between structural components to ensure that loads are redistributed in the event of component failure. However, while these methods are effective in addressing small initial failures, they can increase the risk of progressive collapse after large initial failures, potentially leading to complete or large-scale collapses.
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The University of Helsinki recently conducted a study that revealed how cinematography techniques can greatly enhance user engagement with virtual environments. By applying principles of composition and continuity commonly seen in filmmaking, researchers were able to improve the aesthetic appeal of virtual reality experiences. These techniques involve carefully framing the user’s view after teleportation to
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