[nonostantement #263] - self-silence / tool vs ai image generators / theirtube
Now with MORE stuff about AI!
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Buongiorno! My name is Joele and my work is to design, deploy and manage online strategies for companies and brands. I spend a great deal of time on the Internet and come across new and fascinating things on a daily basis. I share my discoveries with you each week through this newsletter.
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[Video] I tried using AI. It scared me.
I just wanted to fix my email.
My Valentine’s Day experiment: I didn’t talk about myself for 24 hours
Here’s what it taught me about my relationship.
[Video] - Why everything you buy is worse now
From clothes to tech, why is everything so poorly made?
A Well-Turned Curse Can Remind You of the Power of Language
A well-turned curse can remind you of the power of language.
Why a Conversation With Bing’s Chatbot Left Me Deeply Unsettled
A very strange conversation with the chatbot built into Microsoft’s search engine led to it declaring its love for me.
This Tool Could Protect Artists From A.I. Image Generators
Artists want to be able to post their work online without the fear “of feeding this monster” that could replace them.
How Social Media Can Add to Your Well-Being (Not Detract From It)
Instead of bemoaning the ills of social media, we can try to use it in ways that support our relationships, identity, and success in life.
Theirtube is a Youtube filter bubble simulator that provides a look into how videos are recommended on other people's YouTube.
FALSE FACE (@_false_face)
Celebrating masked wildness all over the globe.
The Kremlin Has Entered Your Telegram Chat
Russian antiwar activists placed their faith in Telegram, a supposedly secure messaging app. How does Putin’s regime seem to know their every move?
Lawsuit pushes addiction case against social media firms
Social platforms are defective products, say plaintiffs in more than 100 suits collected in one federal courtroom.
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