June 3, 2023, 7:50 AM

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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Mark Gurman / Bloomberg:
Washington Post:
ChatGPT and other LLM tools have already replaced some marketing and social media writers as many companies decide cutting costs is worth the drop in quality  —  Technology used to automate dirty and repetitive jobs.  Now, artificial intelligence chatbots are coming after high-paid ones.
Lawrence Abrams / BleepingComputer:
Cybersecurity firms say hackers are actively exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in the MOVEit Transfer file transfer software to steal data from organizations  —  Hackers are actively exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in the MOVEit Transfer file transfer software, tracked as CVE-2023-34362, to steal data from organizations.
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: A.J. Brown, Twitter's head of brand safety and ad quality, is leaving the company, the second departure of a top safety executive this week  —  A.J. Brown's departure comes after Ella Irwin, company's head of trust and safety, left Thursday  —  Twitter lost a second senior executive …
Foo Yun Chee / Reuters:
Sources: telecom ministers from 18 EU countries either rejected or criticized a push by European telcos to force Big Tech to help fund 5G and broadband rollout  —  A majority of EU countries have rejected a push by Europe's big telecoms operators to force Big Tech to help fund the rollout …
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Zac Bowden / Windows Central:
Microsoft plans to drop Cortana support on Windows 10 and Windows 11 in late 2023, touting the company's AI efforts as suitable replacements for the assistant  —  Microsoft will no longer support the Cortana app starting this fall.  —  What you need to know
David D. Kirkpatrick / New Yorker:
A look at India's hacking-for-hire industry, which has a tacit alliance with the government and is unusually brazen, with firms publicly touting their services  —  The country has developed a lucrative specialty: cyberattacks for hire.  —  In the summer of 2020, Jonas Rey …
Ben Cohen / Wall Street Journal:
A profile of Nvidia, including how Jensen Huang, Curtis Priem, and Chris Malachowsky started the company at Denny's and placed early bets on “$0B markets”  —  AI made Nvidia the world's most valuable chip maker.  So did three guys sipping diner coffee and planning to conquer markets that barely existed.
Erin Woo / The Information:
Sources: Zume, which used robots to automate pizza-making, shuts down and is undergoing liquidation; the startup raised $375M from SoftBank and $445M in total  —  Zume, which raised $375 million from SoftBank to automate pizza-making with robots before switching to developing sustainable packaging, has shut down.
Sources: Amazon is in talks with Verizon, T-Mobile, Dish Network, and AT&T for wholesale prices to offer low-cost or free mobile service to US Prime subscribers  — Inc. has been talking with wireless carriers about offering low-cost or possibly free nationwide mobile phone service …

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