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ChatGPT failed to clear JEE 😁; Phrases That Make You Sound Weak at Work
Twitter Blue: Owner’s Envy. Neighbour’s Pride
Twitter recently launched its subscription-based service, Twitter Blue. The service offers several benefits to paid subscribers, including the coveted blue tick verification, additional customization options, and exclusive access to certain features. However, as more users flock to the platform to purchase Twitter Blue subscriptions, a concerning trend has emerged.
In the short run, Twitter blue brings $$ to Elon Musk (and decreases the dependency on advertisers), but in the long term, Twitter risks becoming a platform where status symbols and popularity trump quality content, leading to a decline in user engagement and interest in the long term.
Fed minutes suggest US economy may enter recession in late 2023 due to banking crisis
Federal Reserve minutes suggest US economy may enter recession in late 2023 due to banking crisis.
The minutes indicate that the banking crisis is likely to cause a sharp decline in economic activity.
TCS COO Subramaniam says ChatGPT dominates client conversations
Clients are interested in knowing how ChatGPT and generative AI can be integrated into their offerings.
ChatGPT failed to clear JEE
After OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT failed to clear the civil service examination – UPSC prelims earlier, the artificial intelligence bot – known for its abilities to solve a wide range of queries – has failed to clear JEE Advanced exam in a latest test.
ChatGPT was only able to solve 11 questions in both papers of the exam. In the medical entrance exam NEET, it managed 45% marks.
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Apple triples iPhone production in India to reduce reliance on China
Apple is looking for ways to reduce its reliance on China due to escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Apple has tripled its iPhone production in India.
Microsoft gradually introduces ads in Windows 11 Start Menu
Microsoft released an update on Tuesday with bug and compatibility fixes, as well as a lighter taskbar.
A “small” number of Windows 11 users will now see notifications encouraging them to use other Microsoft products when clicking on the Start Menu.
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