Messenger, the instant messaging app by Meta, is launching end-to-end decryption on all messages and calls by default. With end-to-end encryption, messages and calls can only be seen by the sender and the recipient. Not even Meta will be able to see encrypted messages, as per the company.
Google has recently introduced Gemini, a collection of AI models designed to cater to various needs from lightweight mobile applications to heavyweight enterprise solutions. Gemini comes in three versions: Gemini Nano, Gemini Pro, and Gemini Ultra, each serving specific purposes and use cases.
Telegram, the cloud-based instant messaging app, has recently introduced several new features, including making the voice-to-text transcription feature available for all users.
OpenAI has officially delayed the launch of the company's custom GPT store to early 2024, as per an internal memo. The GPT store, with which users could build and customise their own ChatGPT-like chatbots, was initially planned to be launched in late November.
ChatGPT, the popular AI chatbot by OpenAI, has turned 1 year old today. Since its launch on November 30, 2022, the AI text generator has been at the forefront of natural language processing, showcasing its versatility in various applications, from business, communication, education, and programming to creative content generation.
CoRover.ai, an India-based AI firm, has launched BharatGPT as an Indian counterpart to the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT. With support for more than 12 Indian languages, the platform collaborates with BHASHINI, a National Language Translation Mission (NLTM) under The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) of India.
As the year draws to a close, Spotify Wrapped has become a much-anticipated annual tradition for music enthusiasts. This feature of Spotify compiles a comprehensive summary of your musical journey throughout the year, presented in vibrant and engaging graphics. From top songs to unique listening habits, Spotify Wrapped offers users an insightful reflection of their year in music.
While many popular social media sites have been able to retain their initial boom in popularity for years to come, there are the unfortunate ones that got lost in the waves of modern innovation and user engagement. Let's take a look at three once-popular social platforms that have died over the years: MySpace, Google+, and Vine, and find out what led to their untimely demise.