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With ChatGPT, the new Bing wants to be your 'Al-powered copilot for the web'
Al chat is also being built into Microsoft Edge.
Mysteries of Love
Kate Soper’s "The Romance of the Rose,” and Wagner's "Lohengrin” at the Met.
A Little Bit Rock 'n' Roll
HARDY brings fresh energy to an unfashionable genre.
I Have Questions for ChatGPT
ChatGPT enables users to ask questions or tell a story, and the bot will respond with relevant, natural-sounding answers and topics. —Quoted in Forbes.
Better than a tummy tuck
“Danica Thomas?” asked an ER doctor. Danica nodded weakly.
'Marlowe,' With Neeson, Resurrects a Vintage Gumshoe
The richly hard-boiled terrain of detective Philip Marlowe has always been, to quote Raymond Chandler, “a nice neighborhood to have bad habits in.”
Why TikTok is Being Banned on Gov't Phones in US and Beyond
The United States is ratcheting up national security concerns about TikTok, mandating that all federal employees delete the Chinese-owned social media app from government-issued mobile phones. Other Western governments are pursuing similar bans, citing espionage fears.
Biden Administration Releases New Cybersecurity Strategy
The U.S. government plans to expand minimum cybersecurity requirements for critical sectors and to be faster and more aggressive in preventing cyberattacks before they can occur, including by using military, law enforcement and diplomatic tools, according to a Biden administration strategy document released Thursday.
What Time is It on Moon? Europe Pushing for Lunar Time Zone
With more lunar missions than ever on the horizon, the European Space Agency wants to give the moon its own time zone.
A Whale of a Problem
Should sustainable seafood assessments care about human livelihoods?
'All the Parents Want Is a Chance To Make That Choice'
Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears wants state education dollars "to follow the child instead of the brick building."
How one prominent female artist is using an X-Acto knife to reimagine the male-dominated canon of photography
When was the last time you thought about your brows? If your eyes are the window to your soul, your eyebrows are the curtains and keeping them in check can have a huge impact on your look. Follow these steps for the best brows in town.
100 Years of TIME
A century-long tradition began March 3, 1923, with the first issue of TIME. Ten decades later and counting-we're still covering the world's news through the stories of the people who shaped those events. To mark TIME's centennial, we're looking back at some of our most influential moments, all framed by the cover's red border-and looking ahead to the stories that the events of tomorrow may bring. Find more at time.com/100-years
A boxing franchise that feels like a gift, again
Now that our lives revolve around tiny screens tailored to our individual likes and dislikes, the act of trying to please a crowd-specifically, a crowd of moviegoers gathered at an actual theater has become more a noble pursuit than a purely money-grubbing one.
5 Benefits of Virtual Yoga
In an ideal world, practicing yoga among others would always be better. But in reality, virtual practice may be best.
A Surgeon's Long Night's Journey into PTSD
As a neurosurgeon, the Intensive Care Unit used to be my safe place. Over the past few decades, I have consigned thousands of individuals to be intubated and placed on ventilators. As a veteran of Desert Storm, have participated in research studies to evaluate brain function among my fellow veterans afflicted with PTSD. It never crossed my mind that I might experience PTSD myself as a result of being intubated inside my own ICU.
5 ways to find happiness on your own
Forget everything you've heard about being single starting with the assumption that it means ready to mingle.
Two-Way Main Street
The U.S. economy is strong. But with high interest rates, it's not all good news if you aren't rich
Not the Impostor You Think You Are
My first time on national television taught me a lesson we all could use about our self-worth: I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and, doggone it, I like me.
Making American Dreams While Building the American Dream
Attorney Alexandra Lozano radically reinvented the law firm to create opportunity for clients, herself, and small businesses from coast to coast.
A League of His Own
Paul Rabil was the world's greatest lacrosse player. Then he decided to parlay that into reinventing professional lacrosse. But the real highlight? How he did it.
Meet the Next Big Things
These are the fastest-growing companies in their regions-and likely contenders for this year's Inc. 5000. They're still small firms but they're propelled by big, market-winning ideas.
Burn It All Down
How we lost our headquarters and engineering lab in a fire-and gained a lot more in the process.
What a Serbian British novelist makes of her homelands.
6 Apps: Manage your finances
Budget with confidence thanks to these brilliant apps
With a mind-blowing blend of beauty and philanthropy, Gracie Hunt is a woman with the means to make a difference
Yoga to Enhance Fertility
In yoga the body is seen as an energy system, with a number of different areas or chakras. The second Charka, is know as the seat of creation or reproduction.
10 Nutrients for Your Liver, Kidney, and Gallbladder
The liver requires nutrients for detox. In addition, increasing the flow of bile is an important part of detox because bile carries stored fat-soluble toxins away from the liver to be excreted in the stools.