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  • UK startup taps ChatGPT to launch AI playlist generator
    by Thomas Macaulay on 30/05/2023

    A UK startup has tapped ChatGPT to build a text-to-music playlist generator. The AI system is the brainchild of Uppbeat, an audio platform based in Leeds. Targeting content creators, the feature finds copyright-free tracks for video soundtracks. Uppbeat claims it’s the first tool that lets people use their own language to find the songs they want. “Generative AI music is rife with copyright and overall quality issues,” said Lewis Foster, CEO of Uppbeat, in a statement. “Our catalogue is full of incredible artists and AI doesn’t come closet. But, we asked ourselves, ‘What if we can use AI to help creators pinpoint…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Twitter’s withdrawal from disinformation code draws ire of EU politicians
    by Linnea Ahlgren on 30/05/2023

    Following a decision to pull Twitter out of the EU’s (voluntary) disinformation Code of Practice last week, the reactions have not been long in coming. Upon receiving the news, the bloc’s industry chief Thierry Breton said that Twitter would still need to abide by EU rules soon enough. Or, as Monsieur Breton put it (tweeted, in fact) when referring to the Digital Services Act (DSA), which will make fighting disinformation a legal obligation from 25 August, “You can run, but you cannot hide.”  Twitter leaves EU voluntary Code of Practice against disinformation. But obligations remain. You can run but you…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter

  • AI poses ‘risk of extinction,’ warn European tech luminaries
    by Thomas Macaulay on 30/05/2023

    Some of Europe’s top technologists today joined a global group of IT luminaries in warning that AI could lead to extinction. At just 22 words long, their statement is short and stark: “Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war.” Issued by the non-profit Center for AI Safety, the message has been signed by an array of business leaders, researchers, and public figures. They include Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, Kevin Scott, the CTO of Microsoft, and, err, the musician Grimes. Her ex-boyfriend, Elon Musk,…This story continues at The Next Web

  • German startup secures funding for bizarre twisted fusion machine
    by Siôn Geschwindt on 30/05/2023

    A German startup has secured its first investment to scale a bizarre twisted-looking fusion machine that could power the world with abundant, clean, and limitless energy.    Proxima Fusion raised €‎7mn in funding to build a device known as a stellarator, a little-known fusion reactor that could hold the key to unlocking the potential of atom-fusing power within our lifetime.   While the initial funding round was small, it is noteworthy because the startup is the first spinout from Germany’s esteemed Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics.   The institute is solely dedicated to fusion research and is home to the world’s largest…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Another European eVTOL startup delays launch amid certification hurdles
    by Linnea Ahlgren on 30/05/2023

    If you, like me, have been waiting for the day when urban sprawls begin to resemble your favourite sci-fi scene with flying taxis journeying in silent files high up amongst the skyscrapers, it seems you may have to wait a little while longer.  Bristol-based urban air mobility (UAM) startup Vertical Aerospace is the latest in a long line to announce the (second) delay of entry into service of its aircraft, the VX4. The company has told investors it is now targeting certification from the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) by the end of 2026 – two years behind the original…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Zero emissions cargo shipping — the old-fashioned way
    by Chris Baraniuk on 29/05/2023

    It’s as if I am chatting to a merchant on a European dockside more than a century ago when I ask Jorne Langelaan, founder and CEO of Dutch shipping startup EcoClipper, how his vessel’s maiden voyage is going. “In the beginning the winds were really favourable,” he says of the progress made by the 1912-built De Tukker, which recently embarked on a regular sailing schedule taking it to ports around Europe. Chocolate, olive oil and wine are among its first items of cargo. On the way from The Netherlands to Portugal, like many thousands of mariners in centuries gone by,…This story continues at The Next Web