While the stock market steadied after Thursday’s 10% plummet, Uber and Lyft each fell another 3%-4%. Their declines highlight a reality about the coronavirus-inspired stock selloff. The ride hailing firms have been among the worst hit of any of the tech stocks. Lyft and Uber have each lost 50% of their value in the past few weeks, about twice as much as the overall market. Lyft is now trading...
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OpenAI’s Hidden Weapon: Ex-Google Engineers
As OpenAI’s web chatbot became a global sensation in recent months, artificial intelligence practitioners and investors have wondered how a seven-year-old startup beat Google to the punch. Google runs two of the world’s foremost AI research groups, yet a startup quickly developed a product, ChatGPT, that tens of millions of people have already used and that Google’s leaders...
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