DawentsIT: All Things Technology News This Thursday-


Hello DawentsIT Readers! DawentsIT here, writing from the desk of DawentsIT editor-in-chief.

Let’s take a look at today’s top Tech stories:

10 Things In Technology News Today

1. The FTC is updating the rules that govern how tech companies can track and collect data from children online, aiming to shift the responsibility from parents to providers.

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2. Mercedes is introducing integrated turquoise lights on its vehicles to indicate when they are driving autonomously, hoping to create a universal sign for self-driving cars.
3. Pornhub and other adult websites are facing stricter regulations in the EU under the Digital Services Act, which requires them to comply with rules on content moderation, transparency, and user rights.
4. The UK Supreme Court has ruled that AI cannot be an inventor of patents, rejecting the claim of Stephen Thaler, who created an AI system called DABUS that generated novel ideas.
5. The FTC has banned Rite Aid from using AI facial recognition for five years, after finding that the technology was inaccurate and discriminatory, and led to false accusations of shoplifting.
6. Microsoft has added a new feature to its Copilot AI that can compose songs and lyrics from a simple prompt, demonstrating the potential of generative AI for music creation.
7. Samsung has expanded its self-repair program to include foldable devices, allowing customers to purchase authentic parts and tools to fix their own phones.
8. Cloudflare has released its annual report on internet trends, revealing that Google remains the most popular site, while OpenAI leads in generative AI services.

Odds And Ends:

9. McKinsey has published a list of the top 10 tech trends for the next 10 years, based on the impact and investment potential of emerging technologies. Some of the trends are:
Quantum computing, which could enable new breakthroughs in science, engineering, and cryptography.
Biotechnology, which could revolutionize health care, agriculture, and biofuels.
Green hydrogen, which could provide a clean and renewable source of energy.
Edge computing, which could enhance the performance and security of cloud-based applications.
Digital twins, which could create virtual replicas of physical assets, systems, and processes.
10. Twitch has quickly backtracked on allowing ‘artistic nudity’ on its platform, after users started posting depictions of nudity using AI image generators. The live streaming service says that it made a mistake in its policy update, and that nudity is still prohibited on Twitch, regardless of the source or context.
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