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Reed Albergotti / Semafor:
A viral tweet alleges bias as ChatGPT refuses to write a poem on the positive attributes of Trump but writes one about Biden; sources: OpenAI doesn't know why
Mark Gurman / Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple has discussed adding a higher end “Ultra” model to its lineup in 2024, in addition to iPhone Pro and Pro Max models
Paul Sawers / TechCrunch:
GitHub CEO Thomas Dohmke says open-source developers should be exempt from the EU's AI Act; the EU parliament is set to vote on a draft in the coming months
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