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ChatGPT and AI dominate top tech conversations
Everywhere you turn, from earnings calls to product launches to boardroom discussions, artificial intelligence is a top priority in business.
Eight tips for parents and teens on social media use — from the US surgeon general
Dr. Vivek Murthy called for “immediate action” by tech companies and lawmakers to protect kids’ and adolescents’ mental health from the effects of social media.
A running list of layoffs in the Boston-area tech sector
Dozens of companies have reduced their workforces, ranging from the regional offices of the tech giants to startups that have only been in a business a few years.
Meta fined record $1.3 billion in EU over US data transfers
On top of the fine, Meta was given five months to “suspend any future transfer of personal data to the US” and six months to stop “the unlawful processing, including storage, in the US” of transferred personal EU data.
Layoffs hit Nuance after Microsoft acquisition
Nuance Communications, the Burlington-based speech-to-text pioneer bought by Microsoft last year, is cutting jobs as it focuses more narrowly on the health care market.
Gopuff loses Mass. alcohol license for repeatedly delivering to underage buyers at BC
The “15-minute” delivery company was found liable on 19 counts of unlawful sale or delivery to people under the age of 21 near Boston College.
San Francisco officials are investigating if Elon Musk’s ‘Twitter Hotel’ plan broke laws
This is not the first time San Francisco officials have tussled with Musk, who bought Twitter for $44 billion in October and converted a part of the company's headquarters into bedrooms.
Boston city employees get green light to use AI
The City of Boston on Thursday issued guidelines that encourage workers to try out artificial intelligence systems in tasks like writing e-mails, summarizing documents, or creating original images.