Sam Altman, the CEO of ChatGPT creator OpenAI, recently spoke to Forbes in an interview about the future of AI and the development of ChatGPT which Altman hopes could one day “break capitalism.”
Police in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States coordinated to arrest several administrators and programmers linked to three darknet child pornography websites with thousands of active users.
Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday that he plans to take a comprehensive look at monopolies across all industries as the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee chair.
The National Football League (NFL) announced the Saweetie Super Bowl Concert, a virtual concert in the video game Roblox, in a press release Thursday.
At the World Economic Forum, the annual gathering of globalist elites in Davos, Switzerland, a presentation hyped brain wave monitoring technology to allow employers to detect how hard their employees are working, whether they get distracted, and even if they have “amorous feelings” for coworkers.
Tech giant Facebook was reportedly scraping information from other websites while simultaneously denouncing the practice and suing businesses that scraped information from its own social media platforms.
The University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics (UCIP) announced that it has selected failed Democrat candidates Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke and Tim Ryan to join its Pritzker Fellows Program for the 2023 winter-spring term.
Tech giant Apple recently released its quarterly earnings report, with results falling short of analysts’ predictions. There is no question where Apple places the blame for its lackluster earnings — during the earnings call, CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri mentioned a variation of the phrase “challenging economy” seven times.
E-commerce giant Amazon recently reported fourth-quarter sales beating analysts’ estimates, but reported its first unprofitable year since 2014 due largely to its fizzling investment in electric truck builder Rivian. The company’s sluggish first-quarter guidance has caused its stock to drop more than four percent in morning trading.
Buh-bye, Netflix. You, and that $5 billion pile of garbage you call “content,” will not be missed.
However, Hunter Biden’s lawyers stop short of admitting the laptop is his, suggesting instead that his data were stolen and that additional material may have been added.
The average British child begins consuming harmful pornography online at the age of 13 while ten per cent start watching at the age of nine.
From streaming platform for half-baked reality dating shows to normalizing electric vehicles. When Netflix engages in shameless product placement, you can be sure it will at least be extra woke.
Tech giant Google is asking its employees to test various potential ChatGPT competitors in a scramble to catch up to the AI software, which analysts say has the potential to significantly disrupt the internet search market.
A number of “pig-butchering” scam apps have reportedly made their way onto Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store, leaving users vulnerable to scammers.
The Sims, a video game produced by Electronic Arts that is particularly popular amongst young women, has announced a new update to the game which allows users the option to make their characters confused about their sex, including giving young female characters double mastectomy scars and chest binders. Popular commentator Libs of TikTok remarked, “They’re teaching young healthy girls that it’s ok to chop off their breasts.”
The FTC claims that drug discount app GoodRx has been selling user data to Facebook and Google. Although the Masters of the Universe have an insatiable appetite for personal details of all types, medical data is particularly prized for use in advertising and other ventures.
Facebook (now known as Meta) released its fourth-quarter results on Wednesday, and Wall Street is loving what Mark Zuckerberg has to say despite a significant miss in earnings for the quarter. Although the company suffered its third consecutive quarter of declining revenue and missed its profit target by a considerable margin, Zuckerberg is trumpeting 2023 as the “year of efficiency,” and Facebook shares have jumped almost 20 percent in response.
Republican senators and members of congress, along with former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, are taking AT&T’s DirecTV platform to task for kicking off the conservative news channel Newsmax.
ChatGPT, the AI chatbot created by Microsoft-funded Open AI, is once again displaying its political bias, responding to prompts asking it to praise Joe Biden but refusing to do so for former president Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Actress Helena Bonham Carter recently insisted that the Netflix drama “The Crown” should be ended because it has strayed from an “historic drama” to a modern fictionalization. Carter, who starred as Queen Elizabeth II’s younger sister Princess Margaret in the third and fourth seasons, feels that the show has gone from quasi historical topics to pure drama that has not connection to the real world of Britain’s royal family.
The State University of New York (SUNY) system has made a racial equity course mandatory for graduation at all of its 64 campuses. One political science professor responded, “This is nuts.” The professor added, “Unfortunately, SUNY responded to the mob.”
Snap, the parent company of the popular Snapchat social media app, recently reported disappointing fourth-quarter earnings due to ongoing issues with digital ads. The company also forecasted a drop in revenue of up to 10 percent for the upcoming quarter.
Tesla CEO and Twitter owner Elon Musk has set his account on the platform to private to test claims by prominent conservatives that public accounts are having their engagement limited following changes to Twitter’s algorithm.
Troy University in Troy, Alabama, is offering a business school program that trains students to combat woke capitalism in the workplace. The new program has received rave reviews for including lectures on topics such as how DEI programs divide Americans.
PayPal, the woke payment processor that blacklists those it disagrees with politically, has announced plans to lay off approximately 2,000 employees.
The Department of Justice is seeking documents related to the self-driving feature in Tesla cars, the electric automaker revealed in filings today.
Hollywood celebrities looking to make a quick buck endorsing cryptocurrency or NFTs are now being told to think twice as angry consumers who experienced losses are taking the stars to court.
A U.S. judge said on Monday that the names of the two people who bailed disgraced FTX CEO and Democrat super donor Sam Bankman-Fried out of jail should be made public. The move comes after Bankman-Fried’s lawyers tried to keep the names of those who paid his bail anonymous.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has accused Apple of imposing policies on employees that are illegal and violate workers’ rights to engage in collective action.
According to reports, Elon Musk’s Twitter is preparing to enter the payments industry. Elon Musk’s aim of turning Twitter into an “everything app” would be moved forward by the ability to send payments and potentially cryptocurrency along with tweets and DMs.
A little boy in Michigan ordered $1,000 worth of food when he gained access to his father’s food delivery app on Saturday.
The recent bankruptcy filing of cryptocurrency trading giant FTX has revealed the full scope of the influence-peddling campaign run by disgraced CEO and Democrat super donor Sam Bankman-Fried.
Gigi Sohn, President Joe Biden’s progressive nominee for the FCC, will likely face intense scrutiny over her seemingly endless controversial statements as she hopes to get confirmed to the nation’s leading technology agency.
The creator of Google’s popular email service, Gmail, recently tweeted that he thinks Google could be put out of business by OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot within two years.
Tech giant Google recently laid off around 12,000 employees, including the company’s director of mental health and wellbeing. The Masters of the Universe removing their head of wellbeing is particularly important as their woke Silicon Valley employee base are seeking “psychological safety” after seeing their colleagues shown the door.
The overwhelming majority (68 percent) of antisemitism online originates from the pro-Palestinian progressive left, according to a new report released by Israel, debunking the popular theory that most anti-Jewish hatred comes from the right-wing.