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Disinformation most active on X, formerly known as Twitter, EU says

A European Commission report says the network has the most disinformation of six large social networks. Source link

Reddit to begin paying people for popular posts

The social media site will split revenue with contributors who are awarded "gold" by other users. Source link

Spotify will not ban AI-made music, says boss

In a rare interview, Spotify boss Daniel Ek talks to the BBC about AI, regulation and Harry and Meghan. Source link

US-China rivalry spurs investment in space tech

The race to get back to the moon is fuelling US investment in private sector space firms. Source link

Amazon takes on Microsoft as it invests billions in Anthropic

The company is in a race among big tech firms to exploit the potential of artificial intelligence. Source link

Metaverse: What happened to Mark Zuckerberg’s next big thing?

Two years ago, the metaverse was billed as the next big thing - but many in the tech world have already moved on. Source link...

How the fall of the ‘King of Crypto’ cost one British man millions

As Sam Bankman-Fried awaits trial for fraud, his former investors wonder if they will ever recoup their losses. Source link


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