Money, not mysticism, behind OpenAI coup
The tech industry in California has a long history of attracting brilliant weirdos and dreamy geniuses.
Gambling on games
Video games publishers face an uphill battle, but moves by Epic Games to change distribution channels might make things easier. Just don't think it's all philanthropic.
Canada vs big tech: who will blink first?
Should Google and Meta have to pay Canadian news websites?
It’s the end of the world as we know it. Or is it?
AI does not need to attain sentience, or anything close to it, to upend the lives of hundreds of millions of people.
How Microsoft stole a march on Google
The race is on to integrate AI into search.
Welcome, robot overlords
Does OpenAI's GPT-3 spell the end for all writing jobs?
Setting the standards
The European Union is putting its weight behind a single charging port standard. Good news for the environment, except for the billions of cables that will become obsolete.
Smoke and mirrors
Concerns about TikTok’s links to the Chinese government and data privacy or security issues aren’t the real story.
Meta’s clock is TikToking
The social media industry has long been littered with services that tried and failed, but is the industry’s behemoth on a downward trajectory?
In search of sentience
How close is a future where artificial intelligence reaches or surpasses humanity’s levels of general intelligence?
Tarnishing a legend
Revisiting old favourites as an adult often takes the shine off childhood memories, but capitalism in modern gaming is causing much more damage.
Big tech’s big problem
Regulations are often slow to catch up with technological innovations, but when they do come, their effects can be devastating.
The weakest link
The communal use of shared accounts and passwords puts your organisation at serious risk.