Windows 11 will let you uninstall the Microsoft Edge browser as well as other bloatware, the AI considers the use of nuclear weapons in a war simulation to enforce peace, the migration to the Freebox Ultra is inexpensive: it’s the recap!
Every morning, we come back to our popular news from the day before. Yesterday, we learned that the PS6 would be the most powerful of its generation, that Google Maps was getting a makeover, and that the French Road Union was denouncing the state of France’s roads due to the lack of public investment. This Saturday on the program is Windows 11, Artificial Intelligence And Freebox Ultra. Good reading !
Migration fees of 49 euros for the Freebox Ultra
As expected, Free presented its new box a few days ago. The operator praised the performance of the Freebox Ultra, capable of offering upstream and downstream speeds of up to 8 Gbits/s. What’s more, the new case supports WiFi 7 and has an NVMe drive slot. Freenauts can already switch to the new subscription, however for a fee. Indeed, they must pay 49 euros migration fees for the Freebox Ultra, even if they are long-time subscribers.
AI quickly uses nuclear bomb in simulation
A simulation conducted by scientists shows that to achieve world peace, artificial intelligence is quickly considering the use of nuclear weapons. Researchers placed large language models from OpenAI, Anthropic and Meta into war simulations as the primary decision maker. GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 have proven to be particularly radical in their decisions. These two most popular AI models on the planet have transformed situations into violent military conflicts more than others. They present particularly “worrying” reasoning regarding nuclear weapons, academics say.
Windows 11 finally allows you to uninstall the Edge browser
Since its arrival with Windows 11, Microsoft Edge has established itself as the default browser, causing irritation to many people wanting more freedom of choice. Good news for those residing in the European Economic Area: thanks to the new Digital Markets Act (DMA), uninstalling Edge will become possible from March 2024 in Windows 11, along with other attractive options. Uninstallation, deactivation of the Bing search engine on Windows, deletion of Photos, Cortana and even the camera: these are all possibilities that will delight defenders of free choice.
- The migration to the Freebox Ultra will be expensive for almost everyone.
- artificial intelligence uses nuclear weapons in a war simulation.
- Windows 11 will finally offer the possibility of uninstalling the Microsoft Edge browser.