In this CoinGeek Weekly Livestream episode, John "Jack" Pitts shares his high-level overview of the COPA v Wright case and what it could mean for BSV blockchain and the industry as a whole.
Meta unveils privacy-conscious AI model trained on public Facebook and Instagram data, while grappling with copyright concerns in the AI industry.
With $4 billion in expenses and only $276 million in revenue, Reality Labs continues to be a money pit for Meta and since launch, has lost Zuckerberg over $34 billion.
The commercial rollout of Meta's large language model, LLaMa, will be customizable for enterprises and allow developers to create their own software, according to a Financial Times report.
As Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg chases the Metaverse dream, he seemed to miss the wave of consumer-facing AI-powered programs being developed under his nose in Silicon Valley.
Mark Zuckerberg announced another round of massive layoffs, just days after winding down NFT integrations, even as his focus seemingly turns to AI from metaverse.
After debuting NFTs on Facebook and Instagram in 2022, Meta is winding down the project, which hasn’t taken off amid a major dip in NFT trading volume.
Q4 2022 was Meta’s Reality Labs’ worst one yet, with a $4.3 billion loss; while Zuckerberg laid off 11,000 workers in November, he wants to invest more in the metaverse.
The Irish Data Protection Commission assessed Facebook search, FB messenger contact importer, and Insta contact importer tool and found that they violated compliance with GDPR’s obligations for data protection and design by default.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg proceeds with the company's mass layoffs following a turbulent year and his desire to create a grand metaverse that largely went off the rail.
Meta's shares tumbled after the release of its Reality Labs financial report, which saw an operating loss of $3.67 billion and is likely to grow in the coming year, drawing panic among investors.