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May 10, 2024, 11:50 PM

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Ben Schoon / 9to5Google:
New York Times:
Sources: Apple made generative AI a tent-pole project after Craig Federighi and John Giannandrea spent weeks testing ChatGPT and found Siri to be antiquated  —  Apple plans to announce that it will bring generative A.I. to iPhones after the company's most significant reorganization in a decade.
Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple is finalizing a deal with OpenAI to use ChatGPT features in iOS 18; talks with Google to license Gemini are still ongoing  —  - Move is part of push to add AI features to Apple devices  — Company also held talks with Google about using Gemini
Bill Toulas / BleepingComputer:
Google releases a Chrome security update to fix the fifth zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild in 2024; the vulnerability is in the Visuals component  —  Google has released a security update for the Chrome browser to fix the fifth zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild since the start of the year.
CNBC:
A federal judge dismisses X's lawsuit against Bright Data over data scraping; Meta previously filed a suit against Bright Data and was similarly unsuccessful  —  Tesla CEO Elon Musk  —  A federal judge in California dismissed a lawsuit filed by Elon Musk's X against Israel's Bright Data …
Gregory Zuckerman / Wall Street Journal:
Jim Simons, a mathematician and founder of hedge fund firm Renaissance Technologies who pioneered computer-based approaches to quantitative trading, dies at 86  —  A mathematician, he helped usher in a revolution in trading, embracing a computer-oriented, quantitative style in the 1980s
Bloomberg:
Epic v. Apple: Apple says it received just 38 applications to use its outside payments option for the App Store, out of ~65K app devs that offer in-app payments  —  - Judge rips company for ‘lots of decisions’ made ‘without data’  — iPhone maker says it provided antitrust remedy ordered in 2021
Rebecca Bellan / TechCrunch:
Filings and sources: autonomous vehicle company Motional cut ~550 employees in a restructuring that included delaying a robotaxi service from 2024 to 2026  —  Around 550 employees across autonomous vehicle company Motional have been laid off, according to information taken from WARN notice filings and sources at the company.
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