Arc Search introduced Call Arc.

PLUS: Google's AI wants you to drink urine


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Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • Arc Search introduced Call Arc 📲 🙊

    It’s a new voice search feature for your iPhone.

  • Google’s AI overview says drink urine 🤖 🫢

    Last week, it told people to eat rocks, put glue in pizza, and more.

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Better call Arc 📲 🙊

On Thursday, Arc Search introduced Call Arc. It’s a new voice search feature for your iPhone.

What is it?

It’s a feature in the Arc Search app from The Browser Company. It allows you to ask questions and receive answers in a way that’s designed to mimic a phone call.

How does it work?

Just open the Arc Search app, hold your phone to your ear, and ask a question. The app plays hold music while searching, then delivers verbal answers. You can program it to come up when pressing the action button on new iPhones.

So, it’s like SIRI?

Call Arc is designed to outperform Siri with a more seamless interaction. It’s updated frequently for an enhanced user experience and offers a more intuitive way to access information.

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Google’s AI is whack 🤖 🫢

Last week, Google’s AI overview generated incorrect and bizarre answers. These ranged for telling people to eat rocks, drink urine, put glue on pizza, and more.

Eat rocks?

When asked, “How many rocks shall I eat?” Google’s AI overview responded, “at least one small rock per day.”

Drink urine?

When asked how to pass kidney stones, Google’s AI overview responded, “drink 2 quarts (2 liters) of urine every 24 hours.”

Glue on pizza?

When asked how to get cheese to stick to pizza, Google’s AI overview responded, “add about 1/8 cup of non-toxic glue to the sauce.”


Think Pieces 🧠

An overview of OpenAI's aggressive tactics toward employees. This contradicts CEO Sam Altman's claims of ignorance about the provisions.

Startup News 💰

OpenAI and News Corp announced a partnership. OpenAI will gain access to News Corp's content and integrate it into its products.

TikTok introduces generative AI tools for its ad business. The “TikTok Symphony” suite helps marketers create and enhance ad content.

Research 👨‍🔬

Dreamer XL — generates high-resolution 3D models from text and enhances accuracy and quality by addressing issues in existing methods.

AlignGPT — improves text-image alignment in multimodal models. It adjusts alignment levels during pre-training and adapts them during instruction-tuning.


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