YouTube says no to training OpenAI Sora artificial intelligence on its videos

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According to the video sharing platform, training AI with the videos breaks its terms of service Using YouTube videos to train Sora, OpenAI’s artificial intelligence text-to-video generator, would break the terms of service of the platform, according to Neal Mohan, YouTube’s CEO. This represents the first time the CEO has spoken on the subject Mohan used his first public comment on the subject to add that he did not have any firsthand knowledge of whether OpenAI had indeed trained its Sora artificial intelligence powered video creator with videos from the…

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Discover the International Shipping Superpowers of Meest Canada

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Joining the Meest Portal unlocks many handy features. Imagine getting notifications about your deliveries, paying online, scheduling early deliveries, ordering a courier pick-up with a click, insuring your packages, and saving your recipients for your future parcels — all these perks await Meest Canada’s registered users. Let’s dive into how signing up can make international shipping easier. Easily Calculate Shipping Costs and Delivery Times Anyone looking to safeguard worldwide shipping can do so effortlessly. Here’s your quick guide: Measure your parcel: Measure your item, jotting down its size, length, width,…

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Canadian city uses AI technology to reduce recycling contamination

AI Technology - Recycling Contamination

Kelowna, British Columbia used artificial technology to improve recycling bin contents by 23 percent Kelowna, a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia, has implemented AI technology and smart cameras into a new program to reduce recycling contamination in its municipal curbside recycling bin program. So far, the program resulted in a 23 percent improvement According to officials from the Central Okanagan Regional District, to which Kelowna is a part, the improvements in recycling contamination are the result of new smart cameras mounted on collection trucks and that have…

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Amazon dumps major mobile commerce “just walk out” in-person shopping feature

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The online marketplace and tech giant is killing off its feature letting shoppers simply leave grocery stores. Amazon built a tremendous amount of hype around the mobile commerce feature at its in-person grocery stores, which let people “just walk out” and still pay for their purchases. How did the system work? The idea was that people could enter the store and scan their payment method, choose their items, bag them up and simply leave without having to go through a checkout counter. It appears that as hyped as the system…

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North American internet traffic took a dive during the eclipse

Internet traffic - Solar Eclipse - North America

Data collected during the period in which the eclipse was taking place showed a notable drop Throughout this week’s solar eclipse, there was a noticeable decease in the amount of internet traffic in the United States, Canada, and Mexico – all countries that were a part of the eclipse’s path of totality. The “Great North American Eclipse” took people voluntarily offline Data shared by Cloudflare showed that “The Great North American Eclipse” led to a decrease in internet traffic within affected countries.  It fell by 8 percent in terms of…

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