The tech industry’s biggest companies are gobbling up space in New York, turning the city into perhaps the most vibrant tech hub outside of the Bay Area. Firms including Facebook, Google and Amazon recently have leased large swaths of space, adding to their already sizable footprint in New York, the New York Times reports. Much of the growth is occurring in Manhattan close to the Hudson River,...
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YouTube Ushers in Fresh Wave of Creator AI Tools
Startups this year have been busy launching artificial intelligence tools, from chatbots to editing features, aimed at lightening creators’ workloads. Now YouTube is the first of the major social platforms to go hard on its own AI offerings for creators. At its Made on YouTube event in New York on Thursday, the Google-owned company made several announcements including Dream Screen, a new...
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