You don’t hallucinate: a huge luminous cube generated by artificial intelligence lands in Beverly Hills

You don’t hallucinate: a huge luminous cube generated by artificial intelligence lands in Beverly Hills

In Beverly Hills, you’ll find the windows of major fashion houses, a glimpse of a celebrity, and now a light cube lighting the way. At 12 feet tall and 12 feet wide, said cube is made of screens that depict moving images of recognizable food, objects and people, from bags of potato chips to bottles…

Discussions in decline?  Don’t count out Instagram’s new Twitter rival just yet |  TechCrunch

Discussions in decline? Don’t count out Instagram’s new Twitter rival just yet | TechCrunch

Image credits: Bloomberg / Contributor / Getty Images A Wall Street Journal article on Friday warns that Instagram’s new Twitter competitor, Threads, is already losing ground. Citing third-party data from Sensor Tower, the paper reports that the number of daily active users on Thread dropped for the second week to 13 million, a 70% drop…

Artificial intelligence could give us digital immortality but we probably don’t want it |  Engadget

Artificial intelligence could give us digital immortality but we probably don’t want it | Engadget

In the 1990 fantasy drama Truly Madly Deeply, the protagonist Nina (Juliet Stevenson), is mourning the recent death of her boyfriend Jamie (Alan Rickman). Sensing her deep sadness, Jamie returns as a ghost to help her process the loss of her. If you’ve seen the film, you’ll know that her reappearance forces her to question…

You (probably) don’t need Gigabit Internet

You (probably) don’t need Gigabit Internet

You’ve probably seen ads for gigabit internet services that promise blazing speeds that will eliminate lag when you play online and let you upload files in seconds. Upgrading to gigabit sounds tempting—after all, faster speeds are always better, right? Not necessarily. In fact, some entry-level to mid-range Internet plans are fine for most people, even…