[nonostantement #274] - walking / ambient information / deepfakes vs policies
Now with MORE weird cat art!
Welcome to nonostantement: a weekly newsletter with immoral, stimulating, and heavy stuff found all over the Internet.
Hi, my name is Joele and this is the newsletter I use to collect all the nicest things I find online while doing my job, which is something related to online presence for brands, companies and institutions.
Opinion | Whatever the Problem, It’s Probably Solved by Walking
A walk begins to carve out space between my thoughts that allows clarity to rise up through my shoes.
[Video] - Why is every country against us? (once again)
"Moscow citizens asked why they think the world is against them."
[Video] - Living In A Dumpster In London For $62/Month
Harrison Marshall, 28, lives in a renovated dumpster in London, United Kingdom. He paid $5,000 to build the home, and pays $62 a month to rent the dumpster base from a waste management company (although he hasn't been charged for it yet).
The age of ambient information
Online content has transformed into a sedative.
TikTok Tracked Users Who Watched Gay Content, Prompting Employee Complaints
Company logged categories of content and users on app in effort to boost engagement; spokeswoman says TikTok has restricted access to that data
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AI-generated deepfakes are moving faster than policy can
Tech companies are in a race to roll out AI chatbots and other tools. As technology gets better at faking reality, there are big questions over how to regulate it.
AI Chatbots Have Been Used to Create Dozens of News Content Farms
A new report documents 49 new websites populated by AI tools like ChatGPT and posing as news outlets
‘Godfather of AI’ quits Google with regrets and fears about his life’s work
Geoffrey Hinton who won the ‘Nobel Prize of computing’ for his trailblazing work on neural networks is now free to speak about the risks of AI.
TikTok spied on me. Why?
A Financial Times journalist writes about discovering she’d been surveilled by TikTok.
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