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Adobe is so confident its Firefly generative AI won’t breach copyright that it’ll cover your legal bills — Fast Company

Adobe is so confident in Firefly’s ability to respect creators’ copyrighted images that it’ll legally compensate businesses if they’re sued for copyright infringement over any images its tool creates, writes Chris Stokel-Walker.

Here is the link: https://www.fastcompany.com/90906560/adobe-feels-so-confident-its-firefly-generative-ai-wont-breach-copyright-itll-cover-your-legal-bills

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Google unveils custom Arm-based chips, following similar efforts at rivals Amazon and Microsoft — CNBC

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