OpenAI’s new ChatGPT is scary-good, crazy-fun, and—so far—not particularly evil.
Source: Finally, an A.I. Chatbot That Reliably Passes “the Nazi Test”
For many of Wikipedia’s most dedicated contributors, this year’s proposed banner ads presented something like a moral crisis.
Source: The Huge Fight Behind Those Pop-Up Fundraising Banners on Wikipedia
Bryan is joined by The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Gay to discuss the World Cup in Qatar and what it’s like to cover it.Host: Bryan CurtisGuest: Jason GayAssociate Producer: Carlos Chiriboga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Source: What It’s Like to Cover the World Cup With Jason Gay
According to Slate’s books editor.
Source: The 10 Best Books of 2022
Twitter has always struggled to contain disformation. And many users say Elon Musk’s leadership raises the stakes in the fight against it.
Source: “The Bad Guys…Adapt, and We Have to Be Prepared”
hinese spam shows that Twitter isn’t capable of moderating content anymore.
Source: Twitter’s Vulnerabilities, Exposed
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Peter Schrager of NFL Network and Fox Sports to discuss Bill’s theory about Tom Brady’s potential return to the Patriots in 2023, the games of the week (49ers-Dolphins, Bengals-Chiefs, Commanders-Giants), and more (4:11). Then Bill talks with Benjamin Solak about the five most…
Source: Could Brady Return to the Pats? Plus: Miami-SF, Cincy-KC, Million-Dollar Picks, and RIP Christine McVie | With Peter Schrager, Benjamin Solak, and Nathan Hubbard