Bluesky's rise and AI's fall
The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, Alex Cranz, and Sarah Jeong discuss Bluesky gaining popularity and why it may be Twitter's most chaotic successor.
Also: is AI going too far too soon?
- Google announces the Pixel Fold
- Everything happening on Bluesky, Twitter’s most chaotic successor
- Bluesky is starting to feel like Twitter
- Mozilla’s new Mozilla.Social Mastodon instance is an attempt to reinvent content moderation
- ‘Godfather of AI’ quits Google with regrets and fears about his life’s work
- White House rolls out plan to promote ethical AI
- Snapchat is already testing sponsored links in its My AI chatbot
- New ChatGPT Zillow plug-in rolls out to select users today
- AI is being used to generate whole spam sites
- AI offers new tools for making games, but developers worry about their jobs
- Writers are striking and AI rights are on the table.
- Microsoft is forcing Outlook and Teams to open links in Edge, and IT admins are angry
- Microsoft’s Bing chatbot gets smarter with restaurant bookings, image results, and more
- Andreessen Horowitz saw the future — but did the future leave it behind?
Now Gmail has blue verified checkmark icons too
- Google accounts now support passkeys for password-free sign-in
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