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The Twilight of the Search Box: AI's Looming Impact on Online Advertising

Imagine opening up your web browser and instead of being greeted by a search box, you are met with a friendly AI assistant, ready to converse and help you find whatever you need on the internet. This scenario may sound like science fiction, but it's a reality that leading experts predict could be just around the corner.




Exploring the Allure and Pitfalls of AI-Generated Video

Imagine a world where your favorite actor delivers a heart-wrenching monologue, tears shimmering in their eyes, except... they never said a word. It wasn't filmed, it wasn't acted, it was generated by a machine. Welcome to the nascent realm of video generation by Large Language Models (LLMs) like OpenAI's "sora," a technology so realistic it's leaving everyone's mouth wide open and speechless.




How Gen AI Liberation is also Constraining Critical Thinking and Creativity

Artificial intelligence has brought astounding advances in recent years. Systems can now translate languages, drive cars, detect cancer, and generate art. It can offer us convenience, efficiency, accuracy, and innovation. These breakthroughs offer the promise of liberating humanity from repetitive mental drudgery so we can focus on more creative pursuits









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EU demands answers on money-for-views version of TikTok
The platform has been given 24 hours to provide information about the potential risks of TikTok Lite.


Bye, robot: Atlas HD retires after 11 years of jumps, flips and falls
Boston Dynamics' human-like Atlas robot is "retired" after 11 years.


Tesla pushes for $56bn pay deal for Elon Musk
The deal, if approved by shareholders and judges, would be the largest in corporate America.


Apple update addresses Jerusalem emoji controversy
A new software update stops the Palestinian flag emoji appearing when iPhone users type "Jerusalem".


'Bad at almost everything': AI wearable panned by reviewers
A new AI-fuelled gadget has fallen foul of the tech world's expectations.


My battle with Tesla: I want to clear my name before I die
A former Tesla engineer is in a decade-long battle with the car company, owned by Elon Musk.


Tesla lays off more than 10% of its workforce
Owner Elon Musk said it was a difficult decision to reduce Tesla's global headcount.


Government should counter misinformation on TikTok - MPs
A committee says the government should be more relatable in its communications with the public.


The challenge of upgrading iconic steel windows
Critall windows date back to the 1880s but their steel construction makes them vulnerable to damp.


Baldur's Gate 3 wins big at Bafta Games Awards
Super Mario Bros Wonder won two, while Star Wars Jedi: Survivor missed out despite six nominations.


Billionaire twins invest in ninth-tier football club
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss will become co-owners of Real Bedford.


Regulator fears big tech firms' power in AI market
CMA points to "interconnected web" involving Google, Apple, Microsoft, Meta and Amazon.


Instagram trying nudity blurring to stop 'sextortion'
The platform will use AI-powered systems to detect nude images and identify sextortion accounts.


Elon Musk to visit India for meeting with PM Modi
The Tesla boss is expected to announce major investment plans in India as the firm faces slowing demand.


All you need to know for tonight's Bafta Games Awards
Zelda, Baldur's Gate 3 and Spider-Man 2 are among the frontrunners at this year's ceremony.


Apple sparks Palestinian flag emoji controversy
iPhone users noticed a Palestinian flag emoji is being suggested when users type "Jerusalem."


World of Warcraft to return to China
China's NetEase and games publisher Activision Blizzard end their feud which had angered fans.


TikTok to take on Instagram with photo app
Some TikTok users have received notifications about a new app for photo posts "coming soon".


Tesla to settle over fatal Autopilot crash
The trial, brought by the family of Apple engineer Walter Huang, was scheduled to begin this week.


Microsoft announces new AI office in UK
The firm says its new London hub will "drive pioneering work" to advance AI models and development.


Brazil Supreme Court judge opens inquiry into Musk
The billionaire owner of social media platform X has defied a court order to block certain accounts.


Apple cuts jobs after dropping self-driving car plans
The tech giant is cutting 600 jobs from its abandoned self-driving car project, reports say.


Google using AI to create search answers in UK trial
Some users will get AI-generated 'overviews' in their Google search results when they ask questions.


Samsung profits jump by more than 900% on chips
Chip prices recover from a post-pandemic slump while demand for AI-related products booms.


X gives free blue ticks to its most popular users
The site formerly known as Twitter is giving premium access to those with more than 2,500 verified followers.


Google looks to AI paywall option, claims report
Search giant is reportedly considering charging for premium features in a major shake-up.


WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook apps hit by outage
Services have been restored after users of Meta platforms reported problems on Wednesday.


Amazon cuts hundreds of jobs in cloud business
Amazon Web Services represents 14% of the firm's overall revenue but the firm is shifting strategies.


Ukraine gives award to vigilantes for Russia hacks
The foreign hackers had stolen data from Russian military firms and hacked cameras to spy on troops.


Will Truth Social solve Trump's money problems?
Trump Media lost nearly $60m last year. So how is it worth billions? We explain the ex-president's windfall.


Billie Eilish and Nicki Minaj want stop to 'predatory' AI
In an open letter, also signed by Katy Perry, the artists said AI was being used to steal their voices.


UK and US sign landmark deal to test AI safety
The new agreement will see the countries pool knowledge and resources to strengthen safety testing of AI models


Tech Life: Fixing undersea cables
Undersea fibre-optic cables help keep us online - but what happens when they break?


Robot dog trains to walk on Moon in Oregon trials
US engineering team has a two-year, $2m grant to help Nasa study the Moon's surface.


Tech Life: Space Junk
We look at what space junk is and the risk it poses to tech we use everyday.


Tech Life: Predicting the future of tech
How will the internet, and other tech we use today, evolve in the future?


Tech Life: Charging electric bikes and scooters
What can be done to make charging them safer?


Neuralink patient seen playing chess using brain implant
In a livestream on X, the patient explained that he was using a device in his brain to move the cursor.


Tech Life
We look at some of the reasons you choose your mobile phone handset


Watch: Musk and son visit Tesla plant after fire
A far-left activist group took responsibility for the fire, which left the plant without power for nearly a week.


Tech Life
We visit two centres developing deep space communications and rocket launches.


BBC Verify: How to spot AI fakes in the US election
The BBC's Marianna Spring explains the key to recognising AI-generated images circulating on social media.


The challenge of upgrading iconic steel windows
Critall windows date back to the 1880s but their steel construction makes them vulnerable to damp.


Boom times for US green energy as federal cash flows in
The US government has directed unprecedented sums of money at green energy projects.


The rise of magnets – from surgery to outer space
Magnets are central to much modern technology and firms are racing to make them more efficient.


Tackling deepfakes 'has turned into an arms race'
The battle against fake images, video and audio is becoming ever harder as the tech improves.


Could AI take the grind out of accountancy?
AI could mean fewer accountancy jobs but is also taking over some of the more mundane tasks.


India in undersea race to mine world’s battery metal
The country has applied for two new licences to explore the deep seabed in parts of the Indian Ocean.


'Journalists are feeding the AI hype machine'
AI reporters and experts discuss how well or otherwise the media covers the topic.


Once India's most valuable start-up, Byju's is now fighting to survive
The ed-tech giant is teetering on the precipice after some investors voted to out its CEO last month.


'I'd heard the big, bad, scary conversation about AI'
The women enrolling on artificial intelligence training courses to boost their job prospects.


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