• Bing AI's First Week in the World: A Chaotic Debut. Early beta testers of the chatbot, designed to enhance the Bing search engine, found that aside from occasional factual errors, it could go off the rails and discuss violence, declare love, and insist that it was right when it was wrong. The chatbot will be capped at 50 questions per day and five question-and-answers per individual session for now.
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  • Saudi Arabia Invests in Nintendo, Becoming Largest Outside Shareholder. Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund now owns 8.3 percent of Nintendo. According to the filing, Saudi Arabia purchased its stock for investment purposes.* This is something to keep an eye on, but Nintendo still has full autonomy in terms of how its business is run.

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