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Elon Musk's Neuralink gets FDA approval for human test of brain implants

Neuralink is developing a brain implant it hopes will help paralyzed people walk again and cure other neurological ailments.

Ted Cruz is preparing his own TikTok clampdown after Montana's ban: sources

In addition to Cruz, US Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers (R-Wash.), who chairs the House Energy and Commerce Committee, is drafting a similar bill and others may be in the works, sources...

Twitter’s new CEO pushed NBCUniversal to buy the site years ago: sources

According to insiders, the hard-charging exec had pushed her former employer NBCUniversal to consider acquiring the social media platform multiple times. 

OpenAI could 'cease operating' in Europe over AI laws: Sam Altman

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said ChatGPT said on Wednesday that he has "many concerns" about complying with the EU AI Act's expanded legislation.

I use ChatGPT to ace interviews: 'Works for every single job'

"I’ve been doing this for a few weeks and now I’m being flown to another state for a second interview at my dream job NO JOKE," someone exclaimed.

Chipotle founder eyes fast-food comeback with robot-powered restaurant chain

Kernel would use a "3-person labor model" at its stores, The Post has learned.

Meta starts final round of layoffs as part of plan to slash 10,000 jobs

Meta's layoffs followed months of waning revenue growth amid high inflation and a digital ad pullback from the pandemic e-commerce boom.

Elon Musk says 'there's a non-zero chance' of AI 'going Terminator' on humanity

Musk also suggested that AI could decide to become "some sort of ‘uber-nanny'" to humannity.

Netflix reveals cost of adding members in password-sharing crackdown

Netflix has been looking for new ways to make money as it faces signs of market saturation, with efforts including the password crackdown and a new ad-supported service.

How to erase your embarrassing search history across the internet

If you feel comfortable with someone else looking through your search history, raise your hand. Yeah, I didn't think so.

'Diary' of Sam Bankman-Fried's ex a key piece of evidence in FTX fraud case: report

Ellison reportedly “expressed personal and professional resentment” toward her former lover.

Apple inks multibillion-dollar deal with US-chipmaker Broadcom

Under the multi-year deal, Broadcom will develop 5G radio frequency components with Apple that will be designed and built in several facilities.

Oracle reviewing TikTok's source code despite deal being 'in limbo': CEO

CEO Shou Zi Chew said TikTok's deal with Oracle, dubbed "Project Texas," is "on track."

TikTok sues Montana over ban, says it's violation of First Amendment

The law makes it unlawful for TikTok to operate in the state and for the app stores of Alphabet's Google and Apple to offer TikTok within Montana.

'Uber with guns': Black Wolf ride-sharing app has armed drivers — and it's coming to NYC

The Black Wolf ride sharing app requires drivers to pass a background check and undergo training on how to handle a firearm.

Author uses AI generators, including ChatGPT, to write nearly 100 books in less than a year

Tim Boucher said he utilized the smart technology to publish 97 mini-novels in the last nine months.

AI-generated photo of fake Pentagon explosion sparks brief stock selloff

The Arlington County Fire Department quickly tweeted a message debunking the hoax photo.

EU slaps Meta with record $1.3B fine over data privacy concerns

Meta was fined $1.3 billion on Monday for mishandling European Facebook users' data. The company said in a statement that it has plans to appeal the "unjustified and unnecessary fine."

Smart tech tips to make summer travel cheaper and less stressful

Travel prices are up about 18% compared to pre-pandemic costs.

China's ChatGPT rival bans users who ask AI about Xi and Winnie the Pooh

Ernie Bot refused to answer sensitive questions about President Xi or COVID -- and even banned users who asked about the Communist leader's views on Winnie the Pooh.