Podcast sued for ‘AI George Carlin’ settles with comic’s estate

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Los Angeles (AFP) – Podcasters who controversially used AI to emulate the late US comedian George Carlin in a recent comedy episode have reached a settlement with his estate after family members sued. The legal battle over the “Dudesy” podcast’s one-hour special “George Carlin: I’m Glad I’m Dead” highlights the rapidly growing role of AI in entertainment, which is viewed as a threat by many creatives and was a key issue in last year’s Hollywood strikes. The terms of the deal, which was confirmed Thursday by Carlin’s estate, were not revealed. But the episode in question has been removed from t… Read More “Podcast sued for ‘AI George Carlin’ settles with comic’s estate”

1 Semiconductor Stock Set to Benefit from New Nvidia AI Chips

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Nowadays, when Nvidia (NVDA) makes an announcement, the whole investing World sits up and takes notice. The Santa Clara-based chip designer has become almost synonymous with the booming artificial intelligence (AI) industry globally. So, naturally, all eyes were on the company’s GTC AI conference last month, where the company provided a roadmap for its future. One high-profile announcement from the event was the reveal of the company’s new Blackwell B200 chip, which is built specifically to enhance AI operations and tools. Touted to be more efficient than its Hopper GPUs, Nvidia CEO Jensen Hua… Read More “1 Semiconductor Stock Set to Benefit from New Nvidia AI Chips”

Super Micro Computer vs. Hewlett Packard Enterprise: Which AI Server Stock Is a Better Buy?

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As artificial intelligence (AI) extends its influence across industries, demand for robust server infrastructure that can handle sophisticated algorithms and applications is growing. This evolving landscape is driving innovation and growth within the AI server arena. The AI server market is projected to expand at an impressive 18% CAGR from 2024 through 2032. This anticipated expansion indicates a deeper implementation of AI across numerous industries, including healthcare, finance, cloud computing, edge computing, and data analytics, all of which demand high-performance computation. The risin… Read More “Super Micro Computer vs. Hewlett Packard Enterprise: Which AI Server Stock Is a Better Buy?”

Clean Energy, Semiconductors Among Interest-Rate-Sensitive Sectors Hammered Thursday Afternoon On Rate Cut Concerns

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It looked like all systems go for the market Thursday after the U.S. Labor Department reported more initial jobless claims than expected. The data was construed as a signal that the labor market is cooling down, conducive to the Fed’s goal of lowering inflation. All indices opened the day higher, with the tech sector and the Invesco QQQ Trust Series (NYSE:QQQ) leading the way, at one point trading up more than 1% and eyeing a record close. But, before the day was over, various Fed speakers appeared tentative about the notion of cutting interest rates too early, sending stocks into a freefall. … Read More “Clean Energy, Semiconductors Among Interest-Rate-Sensitive Sectors Hammered Thursday Afternoon On Rate Cut Concerns”

Hawkish Fed Comments Knock Stocks Lower

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The S&P 500 Index ($SPX) (SPY) Thursday closed down -1.23%, the Dow Jones Industrials Index ($DOWI) (DIA) closed down -1.35%, and the Nasdaq 100 Index ($IUXX) (QQQ) closed down -1.55%. Stocks on Thursday gave up an early advance and sold off, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 dropping to 2-week lows and the Dow Jones Industrials falling to a 2-1/2 week low. Hawkish Fed comments Thursday weighed in stocks after Philadelphia Fed President Harker said “inflation is still too high,” and Minneapolis Fed President Kashkari said Fed rate cuts may not be needed this year if progress on inflation stalls…. Read More “Hawkish Fed Comments Knock Stocks Lower”

Radius Recycling Reports Q2 Results; American Battery Awarded Another $40.5 Million; Nexa Prices $600 Million Offering And More: Thursday’s Top Mining Stories

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Top Stories for April 4, 2024: Radius Recycling (NASDAQ:RDUS) reported a fiscal second-quarter loss of $34 million (per-share loss of $1.19), adjusted EBITDA of $3 million and per-share loss of $1.04 from continuing operations.The company faced challenges in the quarter due to tight recycled metal supplies, adverse weather and low U.S. manufacturing activity. Ferrous sales dropped 15% quarter-over-quarter, nonferrous sales fell 3% but grew 7% year-over-year and finished steel sales rose 5% year-over-year but fell 11% quarter-over-quarter. The company initiated a plan to cut SG&A by 10% and imp… Read More “Radius Recycling Reports Q2 Results; American Battery Awarded Another $40.5 Million; Nexa Prices $600 Million Offering And More: Thursday’s Top Mining Stories”

Apple is undertaking development in completely new field for itself: What is known

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Apple began developing home robots in the early stages after discontinuing work on its car project earlier this year, informs Bloomberg. Main ideas regarding robot creation One direction involves creating a robot capable of assisting the user around the house and performing various tasks. Another idea involves developing a mobile device with a display similar to an iPad, which the user will use for interaction. Both of these concepts are in the early stages of research. This is happening in the context of increasing pressure within the company. Apple is seeking the next breakthrough product th… Read More “Apple is undertaking development in completely new field for itself: What is known”

Apple is undertaking development in completely new field for itself: What is known

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Apple began developing home robots in the early stages after discontinuing work on its car project earlier this year, informs Bloomberg. Main ideas regarding robot creation One direction involves creating a robot capable of assisting the user around the house and performing various tasks. Another idea involves developing a mobile device with a display similar to an iPad, which the user will use for interaction. Both of these concepts are in the early stages of research. This is happening in the context of increasing pressure within the company. Apple is seeking the next breakthrough product th… Read More “Apple is undertaking development in completely new field for itself: What is known”

Apple is undertaking development in completely new field for itself: What is known

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RBC-Ukraine (UK)

Apple began developing home robots in the early stages after discontinuing work on its car project earlier this year, informs Bloomberg. Main ideas regarding robot creation One direction involves creating a robot capable of assisting the user around the house and performing various tasks. Another idea involves developing a mobile device with a display similar to an iPad, which the user will use for interaction. Both of these concepts are in the early stages of research. This is happening in the context of increasing pressure within the company. Apple is seeking the next breakthrough product th… Read More “Apple is undertaking development in completely new field for itself: What is known”

Willie Mullins’s trainers’ championship odds crash as he gears up for 2024 Grand National

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By Jon Lees Willie Mullins has been backed to become champion jumps trainer – in Britain. The sport’s dominant trainer is the holder of 17 training titles in his native Ireland. But thanks to another prolific Cheltenham Festival at which he saddled nine winners to pass 100 winners at the fixture, he is in the running for the British jumps trainers’ championship as well. Mullins is in third place in the table, determined by prize-money, with £1.9 million in earnings, behind leader Dan Skelton who is less than £18,000 ahead of defending champion Paul Nicholls, the 14-time winner, on £2.5m. The t… Read More “Willie Mullins’s trainers’ championship odds crash as he gears up for 2024 Grand National”