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Why Is Big Tech Still Cutting Jobs?
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Why Is Big Tech Still Cutting Jobs?

Profits are up and the economy is strong. But job cuts at the tech industry's largest companies continued in January 2024.

China Is Suffering a Brain Drain, But Few Are Emigrating to America
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China Is Suffering a Brain Drain, But Few Are Emigrating to America

Tech professionals are leaving China to escape political oppression, bleak economic prospects, and often grueling work cultures, but the number emigrating to the...

Office Jobs Are Now More at Risk Due to AI
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Office Jobs Are Now More at Risk Due to AI

The jobs most exposed to large language models are now office jobs performed by highly paid, college-educated workers, a variety of research has found.

Researchers Poke Holes in Chatbot Safety Controls
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Researchers Poke Holes in Chatbot Safety Controls

The safety measures of leading chatbots can be circumvented to generate nearly unlimited amounts of harmful information, according to a report on adversarial attacks...

The Best Place for AI Jobs
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The Best Place for AI Jobs

A study from the Brookings Institution suggests that the rise of generative artificial intelligence, fueled by the popularity of the ChatGPT chatbot, could further...

In California, Does Data Science = Algebra II?
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In California, Does Data Science = Algebra II?

The State of California is reviewing a 2020 decision that allowed high school applicants to public universities to take data science as a substitute for Algebra...

A Hiring Law Blazes a Path for AI Regulation
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A Hiring Law Blazes a Path for AI Regulation

New York City will become an early front in artificial intelligence regulation in July when it begins enforcing a law related to the application of AI technology...

AI's Threat to Jobs Has Execs Looking to Government
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AI's Threat to Jobs Has Execs Looking to Government

Generative artificial intelligence could automate tens of millions of jobs. The makers of new technologies are looking to government to step in.
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