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February 5, 2023, 6:45 PM

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Mark Gurman / Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple has discussed adding a higher end “Ultra” model to its lineup in 2024, in addition to iPhone Pro and Pro Max models  —  Apple's Tim Cook told investors that consumers are willing to pay up for the best iPhone they can get, signaling that even more ritzy models may be on the way.
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James Vincent / The Verge:
Financial influencers are pumping out videos promoting dubious ChatGPT get-rich-quick schemes, such as selling chatbot-generated tutorials on sites like Udemy  —  The world of financial influencers promise viewers they can use ChatGPT to make big bucks with no effort.
Benoit Berthelot / Bloomberg:
A look at the Guillemot family's attempts to retain control of Ubisoft, which has hit setbacks that led to a stock plunge and made the company a takeover target  —  Every second Monday of the month for over three decades, the five Guillemot brothers — whose company gave the world …
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A viral tweet alleges bias as ChatGPT refuses to write a poem on the positive attributes of Trump but writes one about Biden; sources: OpenAI doesn't know why  —  Even ChatGPT's creators can't figure out why it won't answer certain questions — including queries about former U.S. President Donald Trump …
Wall Street Journal:
A look at “de-influencers”, a rising cohort of TikTok users criticizing viral products and promoting thoughtful shopping; #deinfluencing videos passed 68M views  —  TikTok users are speaking critically about viral products and advocating for thoughtful shopping habits.
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Sources: the US considers sanctions on Tiandy, Uniview, and other Chinese surveillance tech makers over sales to Iran in 2022 as protests swept the country  —  Beijing's exports of video recorders to Iran more than doubled in 2022 as protests swept the country
Greg Ritchie / Bloomberg:
JPMorgan: 53% of institutional traders predict AI will be the most influential technology for trading in the next three years; 72% have no plans to trade crypto  —  Traders are betting artificial intelligence and machine learning will have the biggest impact on financial markets in the coming years.

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