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Posted in: Reddit gives OpenAI access to its wealth of posts See in context

OpenAI noted in the release that chief executive Sam Altman is a shareholder in Reddit.

The article could have been this one sentence.

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Posted in: Visitors to Japan exceed 3 million for 2nd straight month in April See in context

There is a litter problem because there are very very very few trash bins! Obvious solution....!

You stay in a hotel, right? Don't they have trash bins there?

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Posted in: Europe's auto suppliers reach the end of the road See in context

But EU plans to outlaw the sale of new fossil fuel-powered cars from 2035

There will be riots all over Europe if they would implement such a law.

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Posted in: European Union questions TikTok on new app that pays users for watching See in context

They are trying to make people addicted to their app and at the same time it gives TikTok the power to control the users even more. They are playing with the minds. This app is dangerous without a doubt.

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Posted in: Why Japan is not giving up on U.S. Steel deal See in context

They better sell it to Nippon Steel while they still can.

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Posted in: Biden opposes plan to sell U.S. Steel to Nippon Steel, citing need for 'American steel workers' See in context

Sometimes you have to understand that in order to survive you have to cooperate with other companies, else you'll be left behind. And why not Nippon Steel? Isn't Japan a so called ally?

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