Top 15 Latest Technology News

By Muhammad Umair

Muhammad Umair
11 min readMay 23, 2023
Top 15 Latest Technology News

Technology has invaded every aspect of our lives. From smartphones to smart cars- iPhones to Tesla, everything is now powered through technology. Technology has completely revolutionized the way we interact, make friends, share our stories, and do our jobs. Every day a number of new and awesome technological products are launched in the market. With tech evolving at a rapid pace, it’s difficult to keep up with the changes.
To give you an idea, everyday apps like Instagram, Lyft, Slack, Ring, Alexa, Tinder, and Google Drive- all didn’t exist 10 years ago! Yet, now they seem like such an integral part of our lives. If you work in the technology field or are just tech geeks like us, keeping up with technology news becomes a top priority!. To help you stay ahead of the world, we have compiled a list of some of the best tech news. So without further ado, let’s get started!

1.New supply chain model to empower seabound hydrogen economy

A team of researchers has created a new supply chain model which could empower the international hydrogen renewable energy industry. Hydrogen has been touted as the clean fuel of the future; it can be generated from water and produces zero carbon emissions. However, it is currently expensive to transport over long distances, and currently no infrastructure is in place to do so. The new supply chain model, created by researchers in Australia, Singapore and Germany, successfully guides the development of international transport of hydrogen and its embodied energy. The full report was recently published in the peer-reviewed journal, , Energy Conversion and Management. Associate […]

2.Bill Gates says top AI agent will replace search, shopping sites

Microsoft founder Bill Gates reacts during a visit with Britain s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of the Imperial College University, in London, Britain, February 15, 2023. Justin Tallis//Pool via REUTERS SAN FRANCISCO, May 22 (Reuters) — Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp s (MSFT.O) co-founder, on Monday said the technology race to win is the development of the top artificially intelligent agent, poised to disrupt search-engine, productivity and online shopping sites. “You’ll never go to a search site again,” he said. “You’ll never go to Amazon.” Speaking at AI Forward 2023, an event in San Francisco hosted by Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) and SV […]


3.Bill Gates says A.I. could kill Google Search and Amazon as we know them

Microsoft founder Bill Gates reacts during a visit with Britain s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of the Imperial College University, in London, Britain, February 15, 2023. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates believes the future top company in artificial intelligence will likely have created a personal digital agent that can perform certain tasks for people. The technology will be so profound, it could radically alter user behaviors, resulting in people never needing to visit a search website, use certain productivity tools, or shop on Amazon . “Whoever wins the personal agent, that s the big thing because you will never go to a search site again, you […]


4.Youth-Obsessed Tech Mogul Now Swapping Blood With His Teenage Son

An eccentric millionaire has apparently taken to getting blood transfusions from his teen son — and is giving some of his own to his dad, too, for good measure. As Bloomberg reports , 45-year-old tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson recently took to a Dallas-area health clinic with his 17-year-old son Talmage and his 70-year-old dad Richard to engage in an intergenerational blood swap — with the elders receiving the plasma of their offspring like some sort of 21st-century vampiric ritual. It wasn t the first time the middle Johnson had been to a clinic to get young blood transfusions, though during those prior […]

5.Apple s tax on AI inventions has begun. It will cost OpenAI millions.

Last week, OpenAI launched an iPhone app for ChatGPT that quickly shot to the top of the App Store. As of Friday, ChatGPT was the number one in the category for free apps, and Apple was promoting it as a “must-have” app under its “Essentials” category. From within the app, users can subscribe to ChatGPT Plus , a premium version that costs $20 per month and offers faster response times and priority access to new features. Because OpenAI does not redirect users to a website where they subscribe but uses Apple s in-app purchasing system, Cupertino is taking it s usual […]

From:Business Insider

6.Communities should reconsider walking away from curbside recycling, study shows

Curbside recycling can compensate for the greenhouse gas emissions from garbage destined for landfills, says a new study that encourages towns and cities to continue offering recycling services to meet their climate goals. The study s authors took a deep dive into the economic and environmental value of community recycling efforts and compared it to the value of other climate change mitigation practices. They concluded that recycling provides a return on investment similar to or better than environmentally friendly strategies like transitioning to electric vehicles or purchasing green power, which is electricity from clean, renewable energy sources. “Eliminating recycling squanders one of […]

7.Apple looks to advance artificial intelligence for iPhones, iPads and other devices

Join top executives in San Francisco on July 11–12, to hear how leaders are integrating and optimizing AI investments for success. Learn More Apple has posted dozens of job listings in recent months focused on artificial intelligence (AI), signaling that the company may be stepping up its efforts in a field that could transform its signature products. One listing says the job would be part of a team that will shape the way generative AI technologies transform Apples mobile computing platforms, potentially hinting at expanded AI capabilities on iPhones and other devices in the near future. The job listings provide a glimpse into […]


8.Jeffrey Epstein Reportedly Had Dirt on Bill Gates

Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates had an affair — and the now-deceased sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein , who knew all about it, allegedly used it as leverage. As the Wall Street Journal reports based on conversations with anonymous sources familiar with the matter, Epstein purportedly learned that Gates had been in an extramarital affair with a Russian bridge player, and used it to “threaten” him, in the words of a Gates spokesperson. Gates, the report claims, met bridge player Mila Antonova around the year 2010, when she was in her 20s; a few years later in 2013, she met Epstein, who went on […]

9.OpenAI leaders propose international regulatory body for AI

AI is developing rapidly enough and the dangers it may pose are clear enough that OpenAI’s leadership believes that the world needs an international regulatory body akin to that governing nuclear power — and fast. But not too fast. , OpenAI founder Sam Altman, President Greg Brockman, and Chief Scientist Ilya Sutskever explain that the pace of innovation in artificial intelligence is so fast that we can’t expect existing authorities to adequately rein in the technology. While there’s a certain quality of patting themselves on the back here, it’s clear to any impartial observer that the tech, most visibly in OpenAI’s explosively […]


10.A giant leap forward in wireless ultrasound monitoring for subjects in motion

A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego has developed the first fully integrated wearable ultrasound system for deep-tissue monitoring, including for subjects on the go. It facilitates potentially life-saving cardiovascular monitoring and marks a major breakthrough for one of the world s leading wearable ultrasound labs. The paper, “A fully integrated wearable ultrasound system to monitor deep tissues in moving subjects,” is published in the May 22, 2023 issue of Nature Biotechnology. “This project gives a complete solution to wearable ultrasound technology — not only the wearable sensor, but also the control electronics are made in wearable […]

11.Blizzard s AI Concept Art Tools Sound Incredibly Depressing

Shannon Liao, writing for The New York Times , has published excerpts of an email sent to Blizzard employees last month by the company’s chief design officer Allen Adham. “Prepare to be amazed,” he writes, “We are on the brink of a major evolution in how we build and manage our games.” Advertisement He’s talking about ‘Blizzard Diffusion’ — — and says that presently “it was being used to help generate concept art for game environments as well as characters and their outfits”, though he also adds Blizzard is looking at further AI implementations for everything from “autonomous, intelligent, in-game NPCs” to “procedurally assisted level […]


12.This Extreme Closeup of the Sun Is Just… Extremely Weird

Fascinating new closeup images taken by the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) in Hawaii show incredibly vivid details of the surface of the Sun. The images show the intricate features of a sunspot, which are isolated areas dotting the Sun s surface where the magnetic field is staggering in strength . Thanks to these strong magnetic forces, the surrounding plasma cools and darkens, forming a dark spot, or umbra. The newly released images show convection currents of roiling plasma at an incredible level of detail, with almost biological-looking tendrils reaching into the sunspot s umbra. The scale of the spots is truly […]

13.SpaceX Tourists Charting New Frontiers in Product Placement

The final frontier is, apparently, the new site of brand marketing — or at least, that s the message sent by a couple of new and very “huh!”-worthy partnerships between space tourism companies and consumer brands. Axiom Space — you know, the first private company to send a private crew of rich folks to the International Space Station — has, per a press release , sent a custom, dripped-out Build-a-Bear Workshop teddy up into orbit as a “zero-gravity indicator.” The bear, named “GiGi,” has become the “fifth crew member” of Ax-2, that over the weekend launched four lucky fliers to the International […]

14.Meta’s new AI models can recognize and produce speech for more than 1,000 languages

Meta has built AI models that can recognize and produce speech for more than 1,000 languages — a tenfold increase on what’s currently available. It’s a significant step toward preserving languages that are at risk of disappearing, the company says. Meta is releasing its models to the public via the code hosting service GitHub. It claims that making them open source will help developers working in different languages to build new speech applications — like messaging services that understand everyone, or virtual-reality systems that can be used in any language. There are around 7,000 languages in the world, but existing speech recognition models cover only about […]

From:Technology Review

15.Meta’s open source speech AI recognizes over 4,000 spoken languages

Meta has created an AI language model that (in a refreshing change of pace) isnt a ChatGPT clone. The companys Massively Multilingual Speech (MMS) project can recognize over 4,000 spoken languages and produce speech (text-to-speech) in over 1,100. Like most of its other publicly announced AI projects , Meta is open-sourcing MMS today to help preserve language diversity and encourage researchers to build on its foundation. Today, we are publicly sharing our models and code so that others in the research community can build upon our work, the company wrote. Through this work, we hope to make a small contribution […]



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