Technology - Report: Many hospitals defy price rules - By law, hospitals are required to put their prices online. But many aren't fully complying, and it's costing people money. CBS News consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner has more on these "hidden costs." 2H ago - 06:26
18 minutes agoSee the robot OpenAI is bringing to life with artificial intelligence -- Figure, a Silicon Valley maker of humanoid robots, is teaming up with the developer of ChatGPT to usher in the age of "embodied AI."
4 hours agoNew York launches probe into nationwide AT&T network outage -- New York's attorney general is investigating a wireless network outage that left thousands of AT&T and other consumers without mobile service.
7 hours agoHow AI can support parents -- Emerging AI tools can provide support to parents in their everyday lives. Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Moms First, a nonprofit advocacy group, shares tips on how parents can utilize AI to make their lives better and teach their kids to use it responsibly.
7 hours agoGoogle CEO calls Gemini app's images "completely unacceptable" -- Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the internet company's Gemini app showed some AI-generated responses that offended users and showed bias. -- Feb 28
7 hours agoSmart home security tips for personal and cyber protection -- ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Jason Hiner explains best practices for setup and success of smart home security systems. -- Aug 25, 2022
1 year agoWhite House, DOJ unveil new plan to protect personal data from China and Russia -- Biden administration proposes regulations to help the Justice Dept. stop data brokers from selling Americans' personal information to "countries of concern." -- Feb 28
17 hours agoWendy's plans to test surge pricing in 2025 -- Wendy's is planning to roll out a "dynamic pricing" model for its menu in 2025, meaning prices will change throughout the day based on a few different factors. CBS News senior business and technology correspondent Jo Ling Kent explains. -- Feb 27
7 hours agoHealth care tech designed specifically for women -- Women tech entrepreneurs are taking it upon themselves to help close the gender health care gap by designing medical devices specifically for women. Meg Oliver takes a look at some of the innovations. -- Feb 27
1 day agoWomen tech entrepreneurs look to close gender health care gap -- More companies run by women are creating devices specifically tailored to track women's health. -- Feb 27
1 day agoAI chatbots spit out wildly inaccurate election info, study finds -- When asked for basics on elections, artificial intelligence tools provided wrong information more than half the time, one analysis found. -- Feb 27
1 day agoGoogle relaunching Gemini AI image generator -- After some controversy, Google is planning to re-launch its Gemini artificial intelligence picture generator in the next few weeks. The company paused the tool earlier this month after users discovered historical inaccuracies and concerning responses in the tool. Maria Curi, tech policy reporter for Axios, joined CBS News to discuss Gemini. -- Feb 27
1 day agoHow SCOTUS could reshape social media -- The Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in cases that will likely shape the future of free speech online. Jimmy Hoover, Supreme Court reporter for the National Law Journal, joins CBS News to unpack what's at stake. -- Feb 26
2 days agoSCOTUS appears divided on social media cases -- The Supreme Court heard two cases Monday that could change how Americans interact with social media. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford breaks down the oral arguments. -- Feb 26
2 days agoSupreme Court hears arguments in social media cases -- The two cases concern Republican-backed state laws that aim to restrict social media companies like Facebook and X, formerly Twitter, from moderating content. -- Feb 26
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