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Month June 2023

Junk websites filled w AI-generated text pulling in money from programmatic ads

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How to Install Elgg on Debian 12

In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the open-source social networking platform Elgg on a Debian 12 system. The post How to Install Elgg on Debian 12 appeared first on Linux Today. Link to original post… Continue Reading →

ChatGPT App Can Now Search the Web Via Bing

If you’re a ChatGPT Plus subscriber, you can now use a new feature on the ChatGPT app called Browsing to have ChatGPT search Bing for answers to questions. TechCrunch reports: Browsing can be enabled by heading to the New Features… Continue Reading →

Plex lays off more than 20 percent of its staff

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Sharpie scanning goof reveals major PlayStation budgets and revenues

Enlarge / Sharpies are great for many things—labeling leftovers, writing “bedroom” on packing boxes, ruining dry erase boards. They’re not the best tool for sensitive documents submitted in a federal hearing. (credit: Aurich Lawson) Most people know AAA games cost… Continue Reading →

Microsoft opens MIDI 2.0 repo

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Generative AI with Large Language Models — New Hands-on Course by DeepLearning.AI and AWS

Generative AI has taken the world by storm, and we’re starting to see the next wave of widespread adoption of AI with the potential for every customer experience and application to be reinvented with generative AI. Generative AI lets you… Continue Reading →

Blender 3.6 LTS adds real-time simulation to Geometry Nodes, numerous performance and UI improvements

The Blender Foundation has released Blender 3.6 LTS, the latest — and final — point release in the 3.x series. As is customary with all Blender point releases, version 3.6 of the popular and powerful open-source, cross-platform 3D creation suite… Continue Reading →

GeForce RTX 4060 review: Not thrilling, but a super-efficient $299 workhorse

Enlarge / PNY’s take on the basic $299 version of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060. (credit: Andrew Cunningham) Nvidia’s GeForce 1060, 2060, and 3060 graphics cards are some of the most widely used GPUs in all of PC gaming. Four… Continue Reading →

An Interview with Casetext CEO Jake Heller on His Company’s Acquisition By Thomson Reuters

Yesterday afternoon, I had the chance to sit down for about 20 minutes via Zoom with Jake Heller, the founder and CEO of Casetext, to discuss his company’s acquisition by Thomson Reuters in a $650 million cash deal.  What follows… Continue Reading →

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