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Microsoft's New Bing Search, Now With AI From ChatGPT

Microsoft is combining the artificial intelligence from OpenAI’s ChatGPT with its own search engine Bing. CEO Satya Nadella spoke with WSJ’s senior personal tech columnist Joanna Stern about the new tool and challenging Google’s supremacy in search. Zoe Thomas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Smart Appliance Makers Want More People to Connect Their Devices

The makers of internet-connected smart appliances, like washing machines and ovens, are betting big on these devices, hoping they will change the scope of their relationships with customers. But many customers leave these devices disconnected from their home Wi-Fi. WSJ CIO Journal reporter Isabelle Bousquette joins host Zoe Thomas to explain why and...

AI is Already Transforming Healthcare

The healthcare sector is already being transformed by the use of artificial intelligence. But what are the drawbacks to its use and what developments in AI will come to healthcare next? In their new book ‘Can We Trust AI?’, WSJ reporter Eric Niiler and researcher Rama Chellappa addressed these questions in a WSJ Live Q&A. Zoe Thomas hosts. Learn...

Can TikTok’s Transparency Ease Lawmakers’ Concerns?

TikTok has taken another step to try to ease lawmakers' concerns about its ties to China. Its new transparency center lets visitors see how the app moderates and serves up content. But a similar strategy has been tried unsuccessfully by others before. WSJ reporter Georgia Wells joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit...

Microsoft’s Push to Become an AI Leader

Microsoft is positioning itself to be at the forefront of artificial intelligence, spending billions to invest in OpenAI. But how does it plan to incorporate programs from the creator of ChatGPT and Dall-E 2? And how are competitors reacting? WSJ Microsoft reporter Tom Dotan joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit...

What the ‘Menswear Guy’ Tells Us About Twitter’s Future

Twitter’s “For You” feed has been showing a lot of users posts from one men’s fashion commentator. But it isn’t because they all suddenly care about streetwear and cowboy aesthetics. WSJ Twitter reporter Alexa Corse joins host Zoe Thomas to explain what tweaks to the platform's algorithm have meant for users' feeds and what they tell us about Elon Musk’s...

AI Could be Key to Facebook Parent Meta’s Turnaround

Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, had one of its toughest years in 2022. It's facing fierce competition and a hit to its advertising business. But artificial intelligence that processes the company’s data to better pinpoint user interest could be about to turn that around. WSJ social-media reporter Salvador Rodriguez joins host Zoe...

In Africa, FTX Promised Stability and Swag

Across Africa FTX used brand ambassadors and glitzy events to attract new users . Many customers saw cryptocurrency as a way to protect against inflation in local currencies. But when the crypto exchange collapsed many lost their savings. WSJ reporter Alexandra Wexler joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how FTX grew in Africa and what happened to investors.  ...

Tech to Block Scam Calls Still Defrauding Older Adults

Phone scams may seem like a thing of the past, but nearly a quarter of older adults who reported losing money in a scam last year said it all started with a phone call. But, there is tech that can help prevent these criminals from tricking you or your loved one . WSJ family and tech columnist Julie Jargon joins host Zoe Thomas to explain what they are...

Apple Avoids Layoffs Hitting the Rest of Tech, for Now

Apple has so far been able to avoid the huge layoffs other big tech firms have announced. What is the iPhone maker doing differently than its counterparts? WSJ Apple reporter Aaron Tilley joins host Zoe Thomas to explain the business strategy that has set the company apart. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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