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OpenAI CTO says AI may replace some creative industry jobs that were replaceable

Constellation Research Founder R. Lei Wang speaks on Barron’s Roundtable about the benefits of the artificial intelligence revolution. OpenAI executives say generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) While some jobs in creative fields may be displaced, some of those roles may not be replaceable at all or may not be needed at all. Mira Murati, chief technology […]

Small businesses looking to catch up on AI, but face obstacles: study

“Making Money” host Charles Payne talks about the challenges of starting a small business. A new survey finds that small and medium-sized businesses in the U.S. are catching up on adopting artificial intelligence (AI) to help their businesses, but nearly half say they don’t know how to get started. A recent survey of small business […]

Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree DLC expansion released

Barron’s Deputy Editor Alex Yule and Barron’s Roundtable panelists discuss growing concerns about gateways to online gambling and the stock picks of the week. Fans of the critically acclaimed video game “Elden Ring” now have access to a new expansion for the game with the release of downloadable content “Shadow of the Eld Tree” on […]

Tesla, opponents of Musk’s pay package clash over resolving compensation lawsuit

Kenny Porcari, chief market strategist at SlateStone Wealth, commented on Tesla shareholders voting to reinstate Elon Musk’s compensation package, “Varney & Co. Opponents of electric car maker Tesla Inc. and CEO Elon Musk’s $56 billion compensation package clashed on Friday to resolve a legal dispute over the package and the billions of dollars in legal […]

Federal lawsuit against TikTok to focus on children’s privacy: report

As Congress raises concerns about Chinese espionage over “Clash of Clans,” OLeary Ventures Chairman Kevin O’Leary discusses plans to acquire TikTok. The Department of Justice (DOJ) plans to focus its upcoming lawsuit against TikTok on allegations that the company violated children’s privacy rights, according to a new report. According to Reuters, the Justice Department’s lawsuit […]

Musk looks to bring advertisers back to X after ‘go f— yourself’ comment

Panelists Al Root and Jack Otter discuss how Tesla shareholders voted to reinstate a roughly $50 billion compensation package on Barron’s Roundtable. Billionaire Elon Musk The company on Wednesday encouraged advertisers to return to X, formerly Twitter, after a wave of brands pulled out of the platform over concerns about content moderation and anti-Semitic posts. […]

Massachusetts reveals cause of 911 outage

See what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com A cybersecurity firewall has been blamed for causing two hours of disruption to Massachusetts’ 911 system. The Massachusetts Department of Public Safety said in a statement that a preliminary investigation conducted by its 911 division and vendor Comtec “determined that the outage was due to the firewall, a safety feature […]

McDonald’s ending AI drive-thru ordering

See what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com McDonald’s has reportedly notified franchisees that it is ending its artificial intelligence drive-thru order-taking program. “After careful consideration, McDonald’s has decided to terminate its current partnership with IBM regarding AOT,” Mason Smoot, McDonald’s U.S. chief restaurant officer, said in a message obtained by Restaurant Business magazine. [automated order taking] Additionally, […]

Want an AI career? These colleges offer degrees for the best chance

XPRIZE Foundation Founder and Chairman Peter Diamandis discusses the pros and cons of artificial intelligence on “The Claman Countdown.” Artificial intelligence skills are in high demand these days, with some companies paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in salaries to employees who specialize in this rapidly evolving technology. For those looking to build a highly […]