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Vodafone India (Vi) has launched the Vi Guarantee Programme which is offering eligible subscribers 130GB of free data. This is a limited-period offer for prepaid users of the telecom service provider using a 5G-enabled or a new 4G smartphone. Under this programme, users will get 10GB of additional data in 13 consecutive tranches free of
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OpenAI’s apparent homage to the movie “Her” featuring the voice likeness of Scarlett Johansson is fueling a backlash against artificial intelligence across Hollywood, executives told Reuters. Johansson’s accusation that the ChatGPT-maker copied her performance in the Spike Jonze-directed feature film, after failing to strike an agreement, rekindled the creative class’s anxiety about the existential threat
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Canva, the popular online design platform, announced several new features and a new business-focused subscription at its first international Canva Create event in Los Angeles on Thursday. The platform unveiled its biggest redesign in more than a decade which includes a new homepage and editing experience for all users. Further, a new Canva Enterprise subscription
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OpenAI has effectively dissolved a team focused on ensuring the safety of possible future ultra-capable artificial intelligence systems, following the departure of the group’s two leaders, including OpenAI co-founder and chief scientist, Ilya Sutskever. Rather than maintain the so-called superalignment team as a standalone entity, OpenAI is now integrating the group more deeply across its
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ChatGPT is getting a new Connect Apps feature that will allow users to integrate their Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive with the artificial intelligence (AI) platform. This feature will enable users to eliminate the hassle of downloading documents to their devices and then manually uploading them to the AI platform. However, this feature is only
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Airtel and Google Cloud have collaborated to build and deploy artificial intelligence (AI)-powered cloud services for enterprises in the Indian market. Through this partnership, Airtel aims to use Google’s cloud solution suite and build server-based services including various analytics tools, IoT products, and more. The telecom operator also plans to integrate the cloud-based AI capabilities
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