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Spotify’s new ‘psychic’ feature answers your burning questions with song suggestions

Because Song Psychic is pre-populated with questions it thought would be the most commonly asked, you can't ask an original question. However, you can type a question you'd like to ask and select from one of the many questions in the dropdown that best matches your question. Also: I tried replacing Twitter with Bluesky, Threads, and Mastodon: What I foundThen Song Psychic will match a song to the question, with the title revealing the answer. You can listen to the song and share the results on social media. Of course,

Spotify’s Song Psychic answers your burning questions with soundtrack suggestions

Because Song Psychic is pre-populated with questions it thought would be the most commonly asked, you can't ask an original question. However, you can type a question you'd like to ask and select from one of the many questions in the dropdown that best matches your question. Also: I tried replacing Twitter with Bluesky, Threads, and Mastodon: What I foundThen Song Psychic will match a song to the question, with the title revealing the answer. You can listen to the song and share the results on social media. Of course,

Spotify’s ‘Song Psychic’ is a musical magic 8 ball, but you may not like its answers

Because Song Psychic is pre-populated with questions it thought would be the most commonly asked, you can't ask an original question. However, you can type a question you'd like to ask and select from one of the many questions in the dropdown that best matches your question. Also: I tried replacing Twitter with Bluesky, Threads, and Mastodon: What I foundThen Song Psychic will match a song to the question, with the title revealing the answer. You can listen to the song and share the results on social media. Of course,

The Mindblowing Experience of a Chatbot That Answers Instantly

If all that is true—and there’s no way to tell right now—Groq might well pose a threat to the dominance of Nvidia. Ross is careful when discussing this. “Let’s be clear—they’re Goliath, and we’re David,” he says. “It would be very, very foolish to say that Nvidia is worried about us.” When asked about Groq, though, Nvidia’s prompt response indicates that the startup is indeed on its radar. With near-Groq-like speed, the Goliath’s PR team sent me a statement indicating that Nvidia’s AI advantage is not only in its chips…

NYT Connections today: answers and hints for Friday, March 1

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends. Some days are trickier than others. If you’re having a little trouble solving today’s Connections puzzle, check out our…

NYT Connections today: answers and hints for Thursday, February 29

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends. Some days are trickier than others. If you’re having a little trouble solving today’s Connections puzzle, check out our…

NYT Connections today: answers and hints for Wednesday, February 28

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends. Some days are trickier than others. If you’re having a little trouble solving today’s Connections puzzle, check out our…

NYT Connections today: answers and hints for Tuesday, February 27

Connections is the latest puzzle game from the New York Times. The game tasks you with categorizing a pool of 16 words into four secret (for now) groups by figuring out how the words relate to each other. The puzzle resets every night at midnight and each new puzzle has a varying degree of difficulty. Just like Wordle, you can keep track of your winning streak and compare your scores with friends. Some days are trickier than others. If you’re having a little trouble solving today’s Connections puzzle, check out our…

“How Did You Waste Your 20s?” (60 Answers)

The reality is that it is impossible to live ‘perfectly’ (whatever that might mean). All of us mess up. No matter who we are and how talented we might be, sooner or later we all do something we regret. In fact, you could even argue that life is all about making mistakes and then learning from them. It’s a core part of learning and growth.However, if we obsess about our imperfections and past mistakes, this can eat away at us, affecting our health, relationships, and careers. The healthy and mature thing is to

‘Where Is Wendy WIlliams?’ Doc Review: More Questions Than Answers

It’s hard to believe that Wendy Williams has been off TV for nearly three years. Without having to seek her out, daytime television’s best no-bullshit gossip is still inescapable. Old clips from The Wendy Williams Show’s successful 13-year run still go viral at every turn, racking up millions of views on every social media platform they grace. But as her legacy nurtures itself, Williams has been in the thick of a medical, legal, and personal crisis. The four-part Lifetime docuseries Where Is Wendy Williams?…