A coalition of consumer advocacy groups in the U.S. and Europe are calling on governments to quickly adopt regulations on generative AI to protect consumers from its potential harms.
OceanGate once faced a lawsuit from a former employee who alleged they were fired for raising safety concerns about the vessel that went missing while descending to the Titanic.
A report by the ACFE and Thomson Reuters found that companies are concerned about being duped by fraudsters' synthetic businesses that are easier than ever to fake with generative AI.
KBFF Live 95.5 FM in Portland, Oregon made history last week by debuting the world's first AI DJ, modeled after one of its afternoon hosts.
Amazon is calling on social media platforms to crack down on brokers who promote fake reviews of products after the company worked to correct its own issue with fraudulent reviews.
A judge in Boulder, Colorado, ordered the sheriff's office to evict Twitter from office space locations over the company allegedly not paying rent, court documents show.
Twitter is facing a $250 million lawsuit from a group of music publishers who allege the company has unfairly benefited from allowing the sharing of copyrighted material.
A service disruption affecting 18,000 Microsoft users on June 5 is now confirmed to be the fault of a new hacker group which calls itself Anonymous Sudan.
Billionaire Elon Musk told a crowd in France on Friday that Tesla is close to achieving fully autonomous vehicles, saying that autonomy was the "main driver" of its market value.
Boeing subsidiary Wisk Aero is debuting its all-electric, autonomous sixth-generation air taxi at the Paris Air Show on Saturday, signaling a new era for pilotless flight.