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Apple announced a new 4k tv last week, but it’s not the only hi-tech company that’s been busy unveiling new products. Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all unveiled new products this past week as well. One big announcement from each company was their desire to become the “digital assistant” for everyone.

Today’s assignment is to come up with a one-sentence introduction for our blog post about Rosa Parks. The world would be a much different place if she had not taken a stand against discrimination and taught everyone that we are all equal.

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  • Image prompts: Microsoft is enabling Bing users to tap into their most creative selves — through AI, of course, via the use of OpenAI’s DALL-E image creator, Frederic reports. Frederic also writes about two additional features, Visual Stories and Knowledge Cards. “Best I can tell, Microsoft has been testing these quite a bit in recent weeks since they’ve been popping up in my searches with some frequency.”
  • Look who’s getting into generative AI: Firefly is Adobe’s approach to generative AI and “will be made up of multiple AI models ‘working across a variety of different use cases,’” Kyle writes. More Adobe news in Big Tech.
  • Get in line: Speaking of generative AI (because that’s really all we’ve been talking about for weeks now), Google opens early access to Bard, its AI chatbot. You can join the waitlist. Romain has more.

Startups and VC

Bionic Health is betting that machine learning and artificial intelligence can play a central role in improving the quality of healthcare delivery. The startup has raised $3 million to build an AI health clinic that will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve care for patients.

The site BreachForums is notorious for being home to discussions about hacking and cybercrime, so the news of its shutdown is bound to come as a shock to many users. However, new administrator Pompompurin says that the forum will be shutting down permanently after he was arrested last week. While it’s unclear what prompted the FBI’s action against Pompurin, he claims that he never committed any crimes on the website and that its closure is simply due to his arrest.

The stories of the golden age of comics are legendary, and for good reason. These were some of the most creative and groundbreaking years in comics history, when writers and artists got to explore new narrative territory,

SaaS is still open for business, but it’s going to take longer to buy and sell

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Ruslan Malysh’s “Open Eyes” photography series shows people from all walks of life, exhibiting the diverse range of emotions that can be felt by anyone. This beautifully composed photo series is sure to touch your heart, and remind you just how open our eyes are to the world around us.

When layoffs hit tech companies in 2017, the ripple effect was felt throughout the SaaS renewal and purchase cycles. Year after year, SaaS products and services are becoming more expensive as companies scramble to replace lost expertise. More than 225,000 tech workers have been laid off in 2018 alone, according to CNN Money, which is significantly higher than any other previous year. As a result of this instability in the marketplaces where technology products are sold and developed, customer acquisition costs (CAC

Ryan Neu, CEO and co-founder of Vendr, agrees that reduced headcount is a trend among SaaS customers. He says this is likely because these customers are buying fewer seat licenses, and sales cycles are taking a little longer than they used to. This could be indicative of a sluggish economy overall.

One of the main explanations for the downward trend in multi-year contracts may be that companies are becoming more comfortable renewing shorter-term contracts instead. This is evident in categories like CRM or email, which have seen an increase in average contract value over the past three years. While these types of products may not be immune to volatility, it appears that companies are confident in their long-term value and are willing to invest more money upfront rather than risk losing customers over a longer period of time.

Each TG++ release is packed with new features and bug fixes, which makes it the perfect choice for creating robust, high-quality software. Whether you’re a seasoned

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Big Tech Inc.

The DoorDash cash option is a clever way to stand out from competitors and attract customers who are uncomfortable giving their payment information online. It’s likely that this trend of adding more payment options will continue as more people move away from traditional methods of paying for goods and services.

The closure of DPReview is a sad sign of the times. Amazon has been aggressively cutting back on editorial staff across many publications, leading to the loss of industries giants like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. For smaller sites like DPReview, layoffs mean that less knowledgeable people are working to review cameras and other electronics products. It’s uncertain what will become of these reviews now that they’re gone, but they’ll be sorely missed.

Carolyn and her husband are often mistaken for brother and sister. They share the same brown eyes, dark brown hair, and standing just under five feet tall. Carolyn

  • Control, I like to have a lot: And a lot you shall have. A new WhatsApp feature gives admins an easier way to control who can join a group, Aisha reports.
  • Over at Adobe: There is much to unpack. Ivan writes about Adobe Express’ enterprise tier, while Frederic has a look at the Experience Cloud. And Kyle writes that there are some new generative AI tools aimed at marketers, and Ron reports on artist compensation for works used to train Adobe’s generative AI product.
  • Car talk: Ford unveiled its €45,000 Explorer EV for the European market, Matt writes. And Ferrari says a ransomware attack exposed customers’ personal data. Carly has more.
  • Poised in the face of adversity: Before speaking in front of Congress, TikTok’s CEO Shou Zi Chew shared that the streaming giant has 150 million active users in the U.S., Ivan reports. Meanwhile, Aisha writes that TikTok overhauls its community guidelines, adding some new policies on AI and climate misinformation.
  • Priorities: Some goods and services might be more expensive amid inflation, but a new Counterpoint study shows consumers are still splurging on premium smartphones. Ivan has more.
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Zara Khan is a seasoned investigative journalist with a focus on social justice issues. She has won numerous awards for her groundbreaking reporting and has a reputation for fearlessly exposing wrongdoing.

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