Bard chatbot released by Google to address concerns of ‘misleading or false information’

The relaunched AI chatbot will come with a health warning, informing users that Bard may “display inaccurate or offensive information” with every answer. The release of Bard comes after the tech giant’s botched launch last month, where the tool displayed an inaccurate answer about the James Webb Telescope. Bard falsely claimed the telescope had taken … Read more

Japan maintains growth priorities while signaling the conclusion of fiscal largesse in crisis-mode.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida arrived for a meeting with Laos’ President Thongloun Sisoulith at the Prime Minister’s Office in Tokyo, Japan on Thursday, May 25, 2023. The government of Kishida is committed to prioritizing the economy over fiscal reform, as stated in its draft mid-year policy framework, while also signaling an end to crisis-mode … Read more

Acclaimed Artist Challenges Picasso’s Assertion of ‘Never Leaving Him’: ‘Let’s See’

Francoise Gilot, a prolific and acclaimed painter who produced art for well over half a century but was better known for her tumultuous relationship with Pablo Picasso, passed away on Tuesday in New York City where she had resided for many years. She was 101. According to Artforum, Gilot’s daughter Aurelia Engel said her … Read more

Advocates and tenants urge Canada’s premiers to address the rental crisis next month

As governments throughout Canada work towards constructing more affordable housing, some rental market residents feel forgotten and neglected. These individuals want Premieres to take action during their next meeting. One such resident is Beverly Henry, a retired senior residing in Toronto whose rent has increased by over $400 in only nine years. reports that … Read more

Sequoia’s Venture Capital Empire Crumbles Due to Heightened US-China Tensions

Last year, when Sequoia Capital China was raising $9bn to invest in start-ups in the country, Helen Huang, a private equity investor at MassPRIM, which manages $100bn in pensions for Massachusetts state employees and teachers, was among those interested in backing the venture capital group. Huang recommended investing $150mn into Sequoia China, praising the firm’s … Read more

“The Afterparty” Season 2 Trailer Shows Tiffany Haddish Investigating a Fresh Case of Murder

1/5 Tiffany Haddish plays Detective Danner on “The Afterparty.” File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo June 7 (UPI) — Apple TV+ is teasing The Afterparty Season 2. The streaming service shared a trailer for the season Wednesday featuring Tiffany Haddish. The Afterparty is a murder mystery comedy series created by Chris Miller and … Read more

Consumers Who Took Faulty Tests Receive Settlement from Walgreens and Theranos.

Walgreens has reached a tentative settlement with consumers who took faulty Theranos blood tests, according to a court document filed Monday. The proposed settlement agreement will be filed in about three weeks, according to the court document. The details of the agreement are not known. In 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Walgreens and … Read more

CNN Business provides eleventh-hour tips for filing taxes

CNN reports that over 100 million income tax returns for 2022 have been received by the IRS so far this tax season, meaning many households are yet to file. The article outlines several last-minute tips to keep in mind before the April 18 deadline, including potential filing extensions for those in federally declared disaster areas … Read more

John Roberts of Fox News Offers Apology for Insulting Comment Aimed at Chris Christie.

During a broadcast on Tuesday, Fox News host John Roberts issued an apology for a comment he admitted was “hurtful” to former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who announced his GOP presidential campaign for 2024. Roberts used a clumsy metaphor about milkshakes to describe the growing field of Republican candidates seeking to challenge front-runner Donald … Read more