Italian Govt. Implements Block on ChatGPT Over Privacy Worries

Hotels are always looking for ways to increase their profit margins, so they’re taking advantage of technology in unique ways. For example, some hotels are now using Wi-Fi to track their customers and create profiles that allow them to tailor their services specifically for each individual customer.

When Rachel first started her blog, she had no idea what she was doing. She would post about things that were

Disrupt 2023 is shaping up to be a big event and we can’t wait to see all of the new and innovative technologies on display. Fintech is one of our favorite topics, so we’re really excited about the dedicated stage for this sector. If you’re not yetregistered for Disrupt 2023 in Boston, now is the time to do so! You can save $200 on TG+ Early Stage tickets in just a couple of weeks’ time so make sure you get yours while they’re still available.

Christine enjoyed her weekend. She spent time with her friends, did some shopping and went for a walk in the park. However, she was not only excited about the upcoming week; she was also looking forward to working on some new projects that

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  • Italy gives ChatGPT the boot: Italy’s government has been on a blocking kick lately. A few days ago, we wrote about a possible ban on cultivated meat, and today Italy wants to block ChatGPT, citing data protection concerns. Natasha L writes that the country’s data protection authority is opening an investigation into whether OpenAI is breaching the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
  • Groupon gets its Czech book: Ingrid reports that Groupon has lost 99.4% of its value since its IPO and now has a new CEO who will run the business from the Czech Republic.
  • Jio gets its game on: Manish writes that Mukesh Ambani, CEO of India’s streaming giant Jio, sees the Indian Premier League cricket tournament as “the perfect opportunity to revamp Jio’s service adoption strategy even as the firm recognizes that cricket streaming will not turn a profit for several years.”

Startups and VC

Although cannabis is now legal in a dozen or so U.S. states, and decriminalized in another dozen or so, it remains largely a cash business. That’s a problem for both consumers and businesses, as crypto startups are looking to break into the market. One such startup is Smoakland, which is beta-testing a loophole that lets its customers pay by credit card using crypto.

It wasn’t the end of the world, but tech news limbo certainly felt that way this weekend. With all of the horrible things happening in the world, it was hard to keep up with all of the tech happenings. Thankfully, there were some interesting stories to pick from.

Yeah, of course, YC’s winter class is oozing with AI companies

AI, startups, hype

As adults, we can no longer rely on our parents to protect us. We need to take safety measures on our own and learn how to fight back if

For many startups, Artificial Intelligence is seen as the next big thing. In fact, one-third of the fledgling startups in Y Combinator’s latest class say they are an AI company or use AI in some kind of way. With so much potential for success, it’s no wonder so many companies are trying to harness its power. There are a few things you can do to make sure your company is on the right track before diving into AI full time, however. First and foremost, make sure your data is well-organized and accessible. Without access to optimal data sets and analytic tools, it

YC companies are following the path of many other businesses in the tech industry and implementing AI into their businesses in order to stay ahead of the competition. This is a trend that is likely to continue, as it offers many advantages to companies such as increased productivity and efficiency.

Three years ago, on January 2nd, 2015, a new language called “C++” was born. C++ is a powerful and versatile programming language

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Big Tech Inc.

Céline Dufétel, president of customer experience at has announced that the online retailer is bullish on a U.S. expansion and is looking to attract comparisons to Stripe, which has become a leading player in the payments industry this year. Whether it’s increasing acceptance rates, minimizing fraud concerns or reducing operational costs, high-performing payments systems are making a real impact on business leaders’ bottom lines.

As this novel enters its third installment, readers eagerly anticipate the culmination of the Emmy-award winning show’s central mystery. After following the harrowing story of Ray Gilbert

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