Meta Platforms is weighing a plan to offer paid, ad-free versions of Facebook and Instagram to European users, the New York Times reports. The move, a response to regulatory changes in the region, signals how Meta’s apps may operate differently in Europe in light of new tech rules. If the plan goes ahead, European users would be given the option to pay for subscriptions to Facebook and...
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Why the AI Race Is Getting Weird
There comes a point in every major new technology cycle where new alliances form, especially between the incumbents and the younger upstarts nipping at their heels.This is happening at superspeed in artificial intelligence—but the pattern is frankly pretty weird, and I think it points to the fact that AI, in a lot of ways, is going to be different from tech developments before it, like cloud...
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