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The Man Who Tamed the World's Most Troubled Bank

Christian Sewing pulled Deutsche Bank to firmer ground, but investors have yet to fully buy into the comeback story. Christian Sewing pulled Deutsche Bank to firmer ground, but investors have yet to fully buy into the comeback story. FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS Read original article here Denial of responsibility! Techno Blender is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to…

‘It is a beast that needs to be tamed’: leading novelists on how AI could rewrite the future | Books

Bernardine Evaristo Photograph: Suki Dhanda/The GuardianChatGPT seems to have blindsided us all. In less than a year it has proved that it can make writers redundant, which is one of the reasons why the Writers Guild of America recently went on strike, and why a group of novelists, including Jonathan Franzen, Jodi Picoult and George RR Martin, are pursuing a lawsuit against OpenAI, the company that owns the chatbot. The worry is that its monster brain is rapaciously, unscrupulously scanning the internet and suctioning up…

Completely Reassessing Our Understanding of Plant Domestication – Early Crop Plants Were More Easily “Tamed”

By Washington University in St. Louis May 6, 2023Research from Washington University in St. Louis calls for a reappraisal of the process of plant domestication, based on almost a decade of observations and experiments. The behavior of erect knotweed, a buckwheat relative pictured here, has WashU paleoethnobotanists completely reassessing our understanding of plant domestication. Credit: Natalie Mueller / Washington University in St. LouisThe story of how ancient wolves became humanity’s closest companions by the campfire…

ChatGPT Calls for AI regulation! Can AI be Tamed Ever?

Breton, an EU official proposed specific rules regulating products like chatGPT to mitigate risks ChatGPT, the versatile AI chatbot has become one of the fastest-growing consumer applications and at the same time has raised serious concerns about the lack of regulations, for ChatGPT in particular and AI in general. ChatGPT is a generative AI model, and most of the problems arise due to the lack of proper data sets that train them. The biases, inconsistencies, and inaccuracies account for harmful content. On the other…

AirPods Pro 2 offer two big upgrades but connectivity chaos hasn’t been tamed

Pros Transparent mode is significantly better than the previous generation Sound quality is clear and has a fuller range Built-in case speaker to locate the AirPods is useful New extra small (XS) ear tips give their fit more flexibility Cons Still one of the most expensive pairs of earbuds on the market Connectivity chaos remains if you have multiple Apple devicesThe original AirPods Pro have been such strong sellers that Tim Cook has called them Apple's "most popular model" and "the most popular headphones…

Humans tamed the microbes behind cheese, soy, and more | Science

The burst of flavor from summer’s first sweet corn and the proud stance of a show dog both testify to the power of domestication. But so does the microbial alchemy that turns milk into cheese, grain into bread, and soy into miso. Like the ancestors of the corn and the dog, the fungi and bacteria that drive these transformations were modified for human use. And their genomes have acquired many of the classic signatures of domestication, researchers reported in two talks this month…

Ancient Humans Tamed Fire as Early as 1 Million Years Ago, Study Suggests

Mastering fire cleared the way into whole new worlds for early humans – from accessing more nutrients through cooking (fueling an increase in brain size), to making the dark hours useful, and surviving migrations into harsher climates.  How and when this mastery happened, however, has been lost to time, with fragments of burnt material hinting our flame taming may have begun up to 1.5 million years ago. Now, scientists used AI to detect hidden clues of campfires from a Lower Paleolithic site in Israel, dating back to…