540: Sherlockin All Over the Place
18 October 2023
We're about to see a wave of big tech AI features "inspired" by third-party developers at a scale that makes the Sherlocking on Apple's platform seem like chump change. Plus, how Dropbox turned around their dev retention rates, and more.
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- AI Could Cause a Financial Crash Within a Decade, SEC Head Says — Banking has embraced AI, with Morgan Stanley rolling out a chatbot advisor based on OpeanAI’s GPT4.
- The AI Profitability Problem - dominickm.com — In the rapidly evolving world of AI technology, challenges abound, from hardware dependencies to business model uncertainties and emerging regulatory concerns.
- The CEO of Dropbox Has a 90/10 Rule for Remote Work — “If you trust people and treat them like adults, they’ll behave like adults. Trust over surveillance,” said Houston.
- Chat Control 2.0: EU governments set to approve the end of private messaging and secure encryption — By making a minor concession EU governments hope to find a majority next week to approve the controversial „chat control“ bill. According to the proposed child sexual abuse regulation (CSAR), providers of messengers, e-mail and chat services would be forced to automatically search all private messages and photos for suspicious content and report it to the EU.
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- U.S. Tightens Curbs on AI Chip Exports to China, Widening Rift With Nvidia and Intel — New rules make it tougher for the U.S. businesses to sell advanced semiconductors to the Chinese market
- Top FTX Executive Says Sam Bankman-Fried Used Customer Money for ‘Excess’ Spending — Nishad Singh, testifying at Mr. Bankman-Fried’s fraud trial, said FTX customer deposits were used to buy luxury real estate and to pay athletes like Tom Brady and Steph Curry for endorsement deals.