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Meta rolls out paid ad-free option for European Facebook and Instagram users after privacy ruling

The US tech giant is rolling out the subscription option after the European Union’s top court ruled that under strict EU data privacy rules, Meta must first get consent before showing ads to users.

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Can LinkedIn outrun AI-generated content? We put it to the test.

Artificial intelligence has made us all a little bit like android-hunter Rick Deckard in the movie "Blade Runner" — constantly questioning the boundary between human and machine.

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Three observations on where the world of AI is heading

On one hand, startups and investors believe generative AI will become a trillion-dollar market. On the other, they know the majority of companies born in this era will not amount to much.

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried testifies at his fraud trial

The onetime cryptocurrency golden boy lost his businesses when a rush of customers withdrew their money last year, exposing that billions of dollars were missing.

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried testifies outside jury’s presence as judge decides what he can say

Bankman-Fried has decided to testify Friday to tell his version of how his multibillion-dollar cryptocurrency empire grew into a giant in the industry and then collapsed.

Meta to ignore ethics board’s advice on drug-post oversight

The decision carries widespread ramifications for how people learn about psychedelic drugs.

A high-tech manhunt is underway for the Maine shooter. Here’s what that might look like.

Despite the technological tools and manpower at their disposal, law enforcement officials charged with locating suspect Robert Card are facing a herculean task.

Tripadvisor cofounder’s next venture focuses on philanthropy

Steve Kaufer’s new startup, Give Freely, allows consumers to send money to a favorite charity when they shop online.