The FTC’s non-compete proposal, competition in ticketing services, and the effectiveness of artificial intelligence in content moderation

This week in Washington IP News, Congress is back for a light hearing including a Senate hearing on competition in live entertainment. Elsewhere, there’s a USPTO training session on the patent appeals process, and a discussion of President Biden’s technology agenda from ITIF. Tuesday 24 January Hudson Institute The Federal Trade Commission, Labor Markets, and … Read more

Meta’s chief artificial intelligence scientist says ChatGPT is “not particularly innovative” and “nothing revolutionary”

Why hasn’t the public seen programs like ChatGPT from Meta or from Google? “The answer is that both Google and Meta have a lot to lose by putting out systems that make things,” says Yann LeCun, Meta’s chief artificial intelligence scientist. collective[i] weather forecast A lot of ink has been thrown lately about the enormous … Read more

Marvel Boss Kevin Feige responds to ‘superhero burnout’ concerns

Speaking on a podcast, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige talked about the idea of ​​superhero fatigue among moviegoers. To say that superhero media is popular would be an understatement. For those looking to get champs, there are plenty of opportunities to do so. After all, 2022 alone has seen more than a dozen live-action superhero … Read more

Grammy award-winning producer accused of multiple counts of offensive weapon possession offenses

Grammy Award-winning music producer Max Adam Lord has been charged with felony possession of assault weapons and silencers weeks after a barricade incident at his studio. Lord, 30, and Diavonte Kimble, 30, were arrested after setting up a roadblock where a LAPD SWAT team was called and found “several assault rifles, handguns, 3 firearm suppressors, … Read more

Why did gunmen shoot this TV star?

Quetzale Nikte-Ha/Reuters MEXICO CITY — Ciro Gómez Leyva, one of Mexico’s best-known radio and television correspondents, heard the shattering sound of gunshots bouncing off his car window as he drove home from work in his armored car last month. Bulletproof glass saved him from becoming another statistic in a deadly string of attacks against journalists … Read more

Top 10 Batman Comics Where Continuity Doesn’t Matter

While comics are an exciting and enticing medium, long stretches of continuity and years of reboots have made entry into DC Comics somewhat inaccessible to the average reader. It can be difficult to find a suitable starting point, which leads to many readers feeling overwhelmed when looking to start stories with new characters. Related: Top … Read more

Michael J. Fox talks about alcoholism, broken bones, and “Crispin” Glover in a new document

Still: A Michael J. Fox Film, The latest documentary from Academy Award winner Davis Guggenheim, it tells the whirlwind story of how a young boy moved from Canada to Hollywood in his senior year, became the “Prince of Hollywood,” and ultimately turned his greatest challenge into a beacon of hope for millions. He suffers from … Read more

5 tips for when the Suns Grizzlies stop Chris Paul comeback

After getting 30 fewer points than a week ago in Memphis, Phoenix, shorthand or not, needed to respond, win or lose, in the last regular season meeting Sunday against the healthy Grizzlies. The Suns are still without Devin Booker (groin), Cameron Payne (foot) and Landry Shamet (foot), and DeAndre Ayton didn’t have a second straight … Read more

Rangers challenged in tough schedule: ‘Good for us’

With three games left until the eight-day All-Star break, which began Monday night against the Panthers at the Garden, the Rangers were playing as if they were somewhere between their slow start and their convincing turnaround. The Blueshirts are a respectable 6-3-2 since the offseason, amassing 14 points while remaining third in the Metropolitan Division … Read more