Apple has reversed course and is adding RCS support to iMessage next year. What was announced at Microsoft Ignite 2023? And Common Sense Media has ratings for ten chatbots & AI services that parents should be cautious with when their kids interact with them.
- Breaking news Thursday morning as Apple has announced that they are adding RCS support to iMessage next year. Will Sattelberg of Android Police shares the details of what this means.
- Microsoft Ignite 2023 is happening in Seattle currently, and a lot has been announced at the event. Daniel Rubino of Windows Central breaks down some of the announcements made.
- Jason shares an exciting story about noise-canceling headphones that could let users choose which sounds they may want to hear.
- Mikah talks about Common Sense Media's ratings of chatbots and other AI services that warn parents about how certain AI services may be unsafe for kids.
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- Apple is adding RCS support to iMessage next year
- Microsoft Loop is now generally available with a host of new features and improvements
- Bing Chat gets a new name, becoming yet another Microsoft Copilot
- Microsoft simplifies AI app development on Windows 11 with new 'Windows AI Studio'
- Microsoft unveils the 'Windows app' for accessing Windows PCs in the cloud from any device
- Noise-canceling headphones could let you pick and choose the sounds you want to hear
- Common Sense Media's first ratings for 10 chatbots and AI services warn parents that Snapchat's MyAI, Dall-E 2, and Stable Diffusion may not be safe for kids
- AI Initiative • Understanding the Impact of AI on Our Kids