Twitter’s recently departed trust and safety chief, Yoel Roth, said Friday in a New York Times op-ed article that he had left the company—where he appeared to be getting on with new owner Elon Musk—because its policies would now be “defined by unilateral edict”. That left “little need for a trust and safety function.” Roth had risen to prominence in the week after Musk bought Twitter on Oct....
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Designer Jony Ive and OpenAI’s Sam Altman Discuss AI Hardware Project
Jony Ive, the renowned designer of the iPhone, and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman have been discussing building a new AI hardware device, according to two people familiar with the conversations. SoftBank CEO and investor Masayoshi Son has talked to both about the idea, according to one of these people, but it is unclear if he will remain involved.
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