Metaverse Ethics and AI Text Detection

We desperately need ways to distinguish between human-written text and AI to combat possible abuse of the technology, and researchers are developing tools to do exactly that. But the rapid pace of AI development means we’re constantly catching up. Read full story.

—Melissa Heikkila

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1 Twitter user voted to remove Elon Musk in a poll
Whether Musk will actually follow through with its results remains to be seen. (FT $)
+ Twitter has banned links to rival social media sites. (precipice)
+ Journalists’ accounts were banned and reinstated during a tumultuous weekend. (NYT $)
+ What Musk wants from the writers he’s assigned to Twitter Files. (slate $)
+ We are witnessing the brain death of Twitter. (MIT Technology Review)

2 Sam Bankman-Fried Will Appear In Bahamian Court Today
The founder of FTX is expected to agree to extradition to the US to face fraud charges. (WP $)
+ Cryptocurrency evangelists in Puerto Rico are doubling down. (guard)
+ However, investors in the US are giving up. (WSJ $)

3 Russian drones are targeting Kiev’s power grid
This is Moscow’s third attack on the city in less than a week. (Reuters)
+ Ukrainian developers are using sophisticated software to predict enemy movements. (guard)

4 Digital mental health services are failing with vulnerable users
Some LGBTQ+ users say they are assigned unsympathetic therapists. (WSJ $)

5 Teen YouTubers at the center of a child labor lawsuit
It highlights how loosely regulated social media is. (LA Times $)

6 Droughts caused by climate change cause food disasters
Millions of people living in the Horn of Africa were among the first to suffer. (Undark Magazine)

7 Silicon Valley is hosting elaborate Christmas parties
Many companies feel that’s a bad look, given the industry’s recent layoffs. (Information $)
+ Big Tech’s legendary perks are also disappearing. (Insiders $)

8 Portugal’s Digital Nomad Dreams Are Dying
Building a remote working village doesn’t necessarily mean that said workers will show up. (Wired $)
+ Our water infrastructure needs to change. (MIT Technology Review)

9 Instagram Notes Is A Return To The Golden Age Of Instant Messaging
For the millennials who grew up on AIM, nostalgia still pervades. (WSJ $)

10 Embroidery Ways That Inspired the First Computer Program
Ada Lovelace is an algorithm pioneer. (inverse)

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