Putting artificial intelligence at the service of male grooming

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By Lumin / Unsplash The trend for personalization in the beauty industry isn’t just about women. Aware of the market potential men represent, as they seek increasingly well-groomed looks, brands are innovating with customized services. These include online skin diagnosis, designed to determine the needs of each individual thanks to artificial intelligence, all while bringing the age of smart beauty one step closer. The trend for personalization in the beauty industry isn’t just about women. Aware of the market potential men represent, as they seek increasingly well-groomed looks, brands are in… Read More “Putting artificial intelligence at the service of male grooming”

‘Mascara wand’ poses as a beauty hack, letting users evade TikTok moderators

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By Deagreez / Getty Images A true incubator of trends, in the space of a few years, TikTok has become an essential search engine for Gen Z. But not only… Not content with sharing beauty tips, each more innovative than the next, users are also turning to would-be hacks as a way to publish content that’s technically banned from the platform. And they certainly aren’t holding back… A true incubator of trends, in the space of a few years, TikTok has become an essential search engine for Gen Z. But not only… Not content with sharing beauty tips, each more innovative than the next, users are a… Read More “‘Mascara wand’ poses as a beauty hack, letting users evade TikTok moderators”

Top French university bans students from using ChatGPT

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Paris (AFP) – A top French university on Friday forbade students from using artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT to complete assignments, in the first such ban at a college in the country. The bot from OpenAI, a US company that this week received a massive cash injection from Microsoft, responds to simple prompts with reams of text inspired by data gathered on the internet. The Sciences Po school in Paris, one of the most prestigious universities in France, said anyone found to have used the chatbot would face “sanctions which can go as far as expulsion from the establishment or even from h… Read More “Top French university bans students from using ChatGPT”

Damian Lillard Drops 60 As Blazers Cruise Past Jazz

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The Portland Trail Blazers earned a timely 134-124 victory over the Utah Jazz Wednesday, keeping them firmly in the hunt for a playoff spot with a 23-25 record. Damian Lillard scored 60 points in the contest, his highest-scoring game since the 2019-20 season. “I thought I played the game as it should’ve been played,” Lillard said. “I knew we needed to win so I came out with a mentality to attack and be aggressive, but it wasn’t like I just came out on fire. It wasn’t one of those games.” As Lillard noted, his eye-popping performance was not the result of exorbitantly high volume but was instea… Read More “Damian Lillard Drops 60 As Blazers Cruise Past Jazz”

Madison Square Garden’s facial recognition blacklisting sparks outcry

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New York (AFP) – The heated debate over facial recognition technology has a new flashpoint: Manhattan’s celebrated Madison Square Garden, home to the New York Knicks basketball team and countless Billy Joel concerts. The operator of the arena, where Joe Frazier defeated Muhammad Ali in 1971’s “Fight of the Century,” is under fire for using the software to identify and eject certain lawyers from events at the venue — because they are associated with ongoing litigation involving MSG. Local lawmakers want to halt the crackdown, which rights campaigners say is a gross abuse of a technology that i… Read More “Madison Square Garden’s facial recognition blacklisting sparks outcry”