Fox News AI Newsletter: Doctor’s groundbreaking surgery

Welcome to Fox News’ Artificial Intelligence Newsletter, featuring the latest advancements in AI technology.

In today’s newsletter:

– First augmented reality abdominal surgery performed in Chile: ‘Revolution’
– High school students, parents warn about threat of deepfake nude photos
– Adobe releases Acrobat AI Assistant starting at $4.99/month

Surgical “revolution”: Surgeon and CEO Dr. Alberto Rodriguez performed the first-ever augmented reality abdominal surgery in Santiago, Chile on March 11th. That’s according to Rodriguez’s company, Levita Magnetics, a Silicon Valley medical device maker.

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Dr. Alberto Rodriguez (Levita Magnetics)

“Scary” school trends: Several school districts in the Los Angeles area investigated cases of “inappropriate” conduct. Student images generated by artificial intelligence It has been circulating online and via text messages in recent months.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at Beverly Vista Middle School in Beverly Hills, California. (Jason Almond/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

AI IN PDF: Adobe announces new Acrobat artificial intelligence assistant Will be available to Acrobat and Reader users It starts on Tuesday.

pothole healer: Technology company Robotiz3d is developing three technologies as part of its autonomous road repair system.

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Pothole prevention robot. (Hertfordshire)

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