Governments worldwide are seeking to regulate AI use, with Australia, UK, China, EU, France, Italy, Japan, Spain and US taking action.
Apple's first retail store in India, located in Mumbai, drew in crowds with vintage devices and selfie opportunities with CEO Tim Cook. Despite the pricey phones, Apple is committed to expanding its market share in India and plans to open a second store in Delhi.
YouTube Premium expands its features with SharePlay support, higher video quality, and more controls over the user's queue.
Meta's new AI model, the Segment Anything Model (SAM), identifies objects in images and videos using text prompts, expanding AI's potential applications.
TikTok fined £12.7m by UK's ICO for failing to protect children's privacy and misusing their data without parental consent.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates opposes calls to pause AI development, advocates for identifying tricky areas and using AI for philanthropy.
Amazon Web Services launches a 10-week AI accelerator program for generative AI startups, offering up to $300K in credits and support.
YouTube's Analytics for Artists now includes Shorts-related data, with the launch of the new "Songs" section to track audience reach. Shorts increase artist viewership, encouraging greater use of the feature, but lag behind Instagram and Facebook's Reels.
Elon Musk plans to visit China in April, seeking a meeting with Premier Li Qiang to discuss Tesla's operations and potential solutions.
Meta introduces ad placement controls to distance advertisers from controversial and offensive content, offering three risk levels and reporting via Zefr. Available in English and Spanish-speaking markets.
Advocacy group calls for FTC to prevent OpenAI's commercial launch of GPT-4, citing bias, lack of transparency, and risk to privacy and safety.
Clearview AI used nearly 1 million times by US police, amassing 30 billion images scraped from social media, sparking privacy concerns. Calls for scrutiny and ban.