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  • How To Identify AI Art In Four Ways

    Artificial intelligence proved over the past few months that it could create essays and images. More importantly, its content often matches those made by humans. Is there any way to differentiate between manmade and AI art? Fortunately, there are a few ways you could try.  This article will discuss a few methods of spotting AI-generated […]

  • The 8 Googling Tips For Easier Online Searches

    Most people rely on Google nowadays to find anything online. Give it a word or phrase, and it will provide millions of relevant suggestions. The problem is the number of results can overwhelm users, ironically making it difficult to find things they need. Fortunately, you can follow the googling tips in this article to facilitate […]

  • GCash, Grab Philippines join forces for more convenient direct cashless payment option

    Paying for your ride and food orders will soon be easier and hassle-free as the country’s leading mobile wallet GCash partners with Grab Philippines, the country’s leader in transportation and deliveries.  The landmark partnership will give Grab users access to the easiest, most convenient, and secure cashless transactions when they add GCash as a direct […]

  • Globe holds assisted SIM registration in 30 Puregold branches across PH

    To reach more customers across the country, Globe, the leader in Mobile, is opening assisted registration in 30 branches of leading supermarket Puregold as it hopes to cover as many SIM users under its network as possible before the April 26, 2023 deadline.  Globe will hold assisted SIM registration from January 27 to 29, 2023, […]

  • When auto-translation says ‘nag-abono’ is ‘fertilized’, internet breaks into chuckle

    FILE PHOTO: Twitter app logo is seen in this illustration taken on August 22, 2022. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic / Illustration MANILA, Philippines — A conversation between a delivery rider and a journalist has drawn laughter from netizens after the delivery app auto-translated the Filipino term “nag abono” into “fertilized.” In a now-viral Twitter post, […]

  • First PH Virtual Model Berlina Slammed By Filipinos

    The Philippines’ first virtual model Berlina debuted on December 23, 2022. Shortly after, the account received a lot of backlash from Filipinos. They slammed the model for having a slim figure, fair skin, and narrow eyes, which are not typical of most people in the country.  However, according to When in Manila, the model uses […]

  • White House and European Commission to launch first-of-its-kind AI agreement

    A security guard walks near EU and US flags, before the EU-US summit, in Brussels, Belgium June 15, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman The White House and European Commission will announce on Friday an agreement to speed up and enhance the use of artificial intelligence to improve agriculture, healthcare, emergency response, climate forecasting and the electric grid. […]

  • ChatGPT Plus Is Now Available For $20 Monthly

    It has only been a week since OpenAI teased a professional version of its ChatGPT, but now it is finally here! The company named it ChatGPT Pro provides most of the promised features, such as easy access to the AI tool during peak hours. However, we will have to wait for the others, such as […]

  • Chinese ChatGPT From Baidu Coming In March

    Chinese internet company Baidu will soon launch an AI chatbot similar to ChatGPT. Bloomberg reported that it would release the new tool in March. The publication added that the tech firm would embed AI into its primary search services. Also, it uses the Ernie system, a large-scale machine learning model, to train the system. Baidu […]

  • Make-A-Video AI: ChatGPT, But For Videos

    AI chatbots can do your homework, write essays, and explain concepts from a simple user prompt. Soon, it could create videos for you! Facebook company Meta is developing an AI tool called Make-A-Video that creates videos from text descriptions. In other words, it is like the popular ChatGPT AI tool but creates videos instead of […]

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