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1. Amazon to launch exclusive cargo fleet in India
The aircraft will feature the signature light blue ‘smile’ logo on the fuselage.
The fleet will be operated by QuikJet, a joint venture between supply chain company AFL and Ireland-based ASL Aviation Group.
The launch is expected to take place by the end of this month.
2. Google Search won’t penalize AI-generated articles if they are useful
AI-generated articles are being published by major publications.
Google Search will not penalize this content as long as it is deemed “useful”.
3. Wipro terminates 452 freshers after failing internal test
Wipro releases 452 freshers after they fail internal tests.
Sources close to the development report that the company had spent Rs 75,000 on training each candidate, but the amount will be waived off.
4. Google search may soon feature a ChatGPT rival
Google’s founders and current CEO met to discuss the threat posed by OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
They discussed the possibility of integrating a Google chatbot with Google Search.
5. Google Play Store has to allow other app stores by next week as India upholds ruling
India’s Supreme Court upholds ruling from last year that fined Google for its control over the Android platform.
The ruling requires Google Play Store to house other app stores by next week.
This may force the Play Store to allow third-party app stores as soon as next week.
6. US Claims $700 Million of Assets Linked to Bankman-Fried and FTX
The US has seized $700 million of former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried’s assets.
The US is now seeking forfeiture of these assets.
7. Meta to Lead VR Sales Despite Increased Competition in 2023
2023 is set to be the biggest year for VR.
Despite increased competition from Sony, HTC, Pico, and potentially Apple, Meta is expected to remain the leader in VR sales.
Myth: Innovation cannot be achieved by mature, large companies. Only by startups.
Reality: While most innovation comes from startup companies, some of the top innovative companies like Apple are mature and large.
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