In this week's episode, we talk about the bizarre tale of a tech conference founder who listed a fake, "auto-generated" woman as a speaker, and how he is also behind a popular woman-in-tech social media personality.
In this week's episode, we take a unique angle on the OpenAI drama, talk Twitter and sex work, then get into how hackers gamble away stolen Bitcoin at online casinos.
In this week's episode, we talk a16z's investment into AI platform Civitai, our investigation into working conditions at Labcorp, and how the "brand safety" industry is destroying media.
In this week's episode, we talk Fusus AI-powered surveillance cameras, how people lost their vision (literally) at an NFT conference, and how scammers are using malicious insiders at Walmart to conduct refund fraud.
In this week's episode we talk about how Instagram is very, very sorry it auto-translated sentences containing "Palestinian" to add "terrorist." We also talk about the downward trend of OSINT on Twitter, and how the FBI cracked an alleged $30 million cash-for-Bitcoin ring.
In this week's episode we talk about how AI image detectors are making things worse in the Israel-Palestine conflict, and how a community of film photographers is dealing with a trademark issue.
In this week's episode we show that Microsoft's image AI isn't even following Microsoft's own guidelines. Plus, a shout-out to our subscribers-only episode all about our AI coverage.
In this week's episode, Joseph, Sam, Emanuel, and Jason chat about a fascinating YouTube glitch, and what precedent a food robot giving footage to the LAPD sets.
In this week's episode, Joseph, Sam, Emanuel, and Jason chat about, among a host of other things, Jason's failed attempt at being a ticket scalper.
In this week's episode, Joseph, Sam, and Emanuel chat about ShadowDragon, a tool ICE has access to that hoovers up all sorts of data.