Hashtag Trending February 22- ChatGPT generates gibberish answers; Japan tries regaining its chip manufacturing; A new app reduces food waste

Canadian Technology

ChatGPT begins to spew gibberish. Critics complain about AI’s environmental impact and the secrecy surrounding the major players. Japan wants to regain its chip manufacturing, and a new application that can save money, reduce food waste and reduce greenhouse gases.   Top tech stories from around the web “finally some good news”Hashtag Trendin

Silky Tofu with Mango Sauce

Canadian Lifestyle

Sweet Potato Peanut Butter Bread This plant-only sweetbread is great as a breakfast, dessert, snack, or dessert. Sweet potato gives the bread a natural sweetness. Peanut butter adds a richness. Serve with jam, jelly or cream cheese. Substitutions You can make the recipe gluten-free using gluten-free all-purpose flour. If you or someone else has an

Hashtag Trending Feb. 20- OpenAI’s new offering Sora; Zuckerberg says tech layoffs may continue in 2024; Reddit to sell user generated content to large unnamed AI company

Canadian Technology

Reddit will sell user generated content to an unnamed AI company, Mark Zuckerberg says that tech layoffs were a “natural response” and may continue in 2024, and the U.S. continues to invest in chip production, OpenAI launches Sora, its new text to video marvel.   And I’ve finally seen it – the first mention of […]

Cyber Safety Right this moment, Feb. 19, 2024 – Faux police knowledge breach notification fools Maine’s AG web site

Canadian Technology

Welcome to Cyber Safety Right this moment. It’s Monday February nineteenth, 2024. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com and TechNewsday.com within the U.S. Right this moment is the President’s Day vacation in lots of U.S. states and a civic vacation in a number of Canadian provinces. When you’re off, thank

Montreal’s award-winning robots club is growing and hopes for a home in the future – Montreal

Canadian Financial News

Every Saturday afternoon, dozens gather in the Dollard-des-Ormeaux Civic Centre for a meeting of the robotics club. Students between the ages of nine and 19 learn different skills like computer programming, carpentry, and robot building. These kids have also gained confidence and learned the importance of teamwork. “Sometimes, before I would come i

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