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The proposed rules cover the use of AI in systems like ChatGPT and by law enforcement.
Instead of the AI responding to voice and video, it was fed text prompts and still images.
The Competition and Markets Authority will consider if ties between the two could be considered a merger.
The Wonka star announces Baldur's Gate 3 has won Game of the Year at the popular ceremony.
Lawsuit alleges Vodafone, EE, Three and O2 overcharged existing customers for their mobiles.
It comes a week after the multi-billionaire launched a profane attack on advertisers that left X.
Seaweed, coffee bean shells and fungus are all being employed to cut the use of plastic in furniture.
The Home Secretary James Cleverly says he's "incredibly disappointed" by Meta's decision to automatically encrypt all messages
The new co-operative survival game mode sees players crafting items with Lego bricks.
The Game Awards' conductor talks creating a Games of the Year medley and the return of Flute Guy.
Business leaders and experts are making online copies of themselves to answer the questions they get.
A cutting-edge tool from Open AI appears to be poorly moderated, allowing it to be abused by cyber-criminals.
Facebook and Instagram are rife with child abuse, the New Mexico attorney general alleges.
Tom Petty's B-side track Love Is A Long Road has seen a near 37,000% increase in streams on Spotify.
Tech giant says Gemini will supercharge existing products, and take on market leader GPT-4.
President Bukele is celebrating as his $120m Bitcoin reserve is finally in the black - but economists are not.
The Access Controller is a 'highly customisable kit' of buttons, triggers and sticks, the firm says.
The president and chief executive of the chipmaker to ChatGPT says the rise of AI is no cause for concern.
Here's what our main takeaways are from the long-awaited trailer for the gaming blockbuster.
Hackers were able to gain access because some customers reused old passwords, biotech company 23andMe said.