Dr. Garmin will see you now

There's a reason smartwatches haven't replaced clinically validated equipment when visiting the hospital: accuracy and reliability are paramount when data informs medical procedures. Despite this, researchers are looking for ways in which these devices can be used meaningfully in clinical settings. in the United Kingdom explored whether a and a dedicated companion app could be … Read more

Tesla has won the EV charging wars

is the latest manufacturer to commit to using Tesla's NACS (North American Charging Standard). The company was the last holdout among major automakers, meaning NACS is becoming a true common standard. According to , electric vehicles from Stellantis brands (including Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat, Ram, Jeep and Alfa Romeo) will begin using the NACS connector in … Read more

ChatGPT will digitally tag images generated by DALL-E 3 to help battle misinformation

At a time when fraudsters are using generative AI to fraudulent money Or tarnish your reputation, tech companies are offering methods to help users verify content — at least still images, to start. As teased in his Disinformation strategy 2024OpenAI now includes provenance metadata in images generated with ChatGPT on the web and DALL-E 3 … Read more

The Arc Browser is getting new AI-powered features that try to browse the web for you

Earlier this week, the team behind the Arc browser for Mac (and recently Windows) released a brand new iPhone app called Arc Search. As you would expect, it's infused with AI to provide an experience where the app “navigates for you”, bringing together various sources of information from around the internet to create a personalized … Read more

Scientists discover weird virus-like ‘obelisks’ in the human gut and mouth

We may have an adequate understanding of the human body to the extent that, well, we invented aspirin and sequenced the genome, but researchers are still discovering new things about the humble homo sapien. Concrete example ? Scientists which hangs around in the human intestine and mouth. Researchers call these virus-like structures “obelisks,” due to … Read more