The parent company of Sports Illustrated is denying accusations that the popular magazine had published articles attributed to fake author profiles using fabricated bios and AI-generated photos after a report accused the outlet of doing so, including allegations that some of the content was also AI-generated. "The content is absolutely AI-generated," the source told Futurism, "no matter how much they say that it's not." Sports Illustrated Union later published a statement saying it was "horrified" by the report and demanded transparency from The Arena Group, Sports Illustrated's parent company. A Sports Illustrated magazine is seen on a book store shelf on January 23, 2015 in Miami, Florida. "The articles in question were product reviews and were licensed content from an external, third-party company, AdVon Commerce.
November 28, 2023 18:15 UTC
Rupert Murdoch arrives at the Sun Valley Resort of the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 10, 2018. Rupert Murdoch is being deposed Tuesday as part of the $2.7 billion defamation lawsuit filed against Fox Corp. by the voting technology company Smartmatic, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC. It is the second time this year that Murdoch, 92, has been deposed in a high-stakes defamation lawsuit accusing Fox News of airing damaging lies about the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Under questioning in January as part of a similar defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems, Murdoch admitted that some Fox News hosts and personalities "endorsed" the false narrative that the election was stolen from then-President Donald Trump. Fox paid $787.5 million to settle Dominion's lawsuit, nearly half the $1.6 billion figure initially demanded by the voting company.
November 28, 2023 17:45 UTC
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FOX News Audio will debut a new weekly podcast hosted by FOX News correspondent Benjamin Hall beginning Monday December 4. Entitled Searching for Heroes with Benjamin Hall, the podcast will highlight inspiring stories of community and compassion, while providing a voice to America’s unsung heroes. Searching For Heroes with Benjamin Hall will be available on FOXNewsPodcasts.com or wherever podcasts are offered. FOX News Audio encompasses FOX News Radio (FNR), FOX News Headlines 24/7 and FOX News Podcasts. On SiriusXM Channel 115, FOX News Headlines 24/7 provides listeners with around the clock coverage of the day’s headlines in 15-minute segments.
November 28, 2023 17:35 UTC
DigiKeyDigiKey Ranked #121 on Forbes’ 2023 List of America’s Largest Private CompaniesDigiKey was ranked #121 on Forbes’ 2023 List of America’s Largest Private Companies. THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn., Nov. 28, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DigiKey , a leading global commerce distributor offering the largest selection of technical components and automation products in stock for immediate shipment, announced that it has been ranked #121 on the 2023 list of America’s Largest Private Companies by Forbes. DigiKey Ranked on Forbes' 2023 List of America’s Largest Private CompaniesDigiKey was ranked #121 on Forbes’ 2023 List of America’s Largest Private Companies. Forbes began tracking private companies in 1985. There are 258 companies on this year’s private companies list, up from 246 last year.
November 28, 2023 14:33 UTC
The inaugural Pop-Tarts Bowl for college football is coming with a pretty delectable treat for the team that wins the game. The bowl’s press release revealed that a giant Pop-Tart will serve as the bowl game’s mascot, but there’s a pretty big feature about the mascot that the winning team will come to enjoy: It’s edible. Yes, the mascot will be an edible Pop-Tart, which the winning team will have as a rewarding snack. We’ve seen turkey legs munched on in the NFL after Thanksgiving victories, but this takes eating after a big game to a whole new level. This bowl game, most recently known as the Cheez-It Bowl, is entering its 34th edition in college football.
November 28, 2023 13:30 UTC
Customers can go there 7/7 for a large offer of fresh meat and fish products, a spacious vegetable and fruit department and a broad assortment of sliced cold meat and cheese. Source: press.colruytgroup.comUK: Food inflation falls again, but business rate hikes could unravel progressAccording to the latest reading from the British Retail Consortium (BRC), food inflation this month dropped to 7.8%, down from 8.8% the prior month. Fresh food inflation also slowed to 6.7% down from 8.3% in October, and ambient food inflation, such as canned vegetables and fruit, fell to 9.2%, down from 9.5% in October. Source: cityam.comBiedronka hits 3,500 store mark in PolandPolish retailer Biedronka has opened its 3,500th outlet, with the landmark store opening in Skórzewo near Poznań. The strong focus on fresh products within this EUROSPAR Supermarket's offer includes a 12-metre-long salad bar and the only fresh fish, meat, and deli department in Harstad.
November 28, 2023 13:03 UTC
Sitting in a glass-walled conference room nicknamed The Aquarium, Mark Zuckerberg runs a cost/benefit analysis on the topic that has brought him headlines this year: Mixed martial arts. In many ways, he’s having his Bill Gates moment. Like Zuckerberg, Gates dropped out of Harvard to build a historically significant tech company. Like Zuckerberg, he produced fans, enemies and antitrust concerns on his brusque, relentless way to the top.And then, in his 40s, Gates flipped the script. Then there’s “Cambridge Analytica or ‘evil Mark’,” he says, referring to the company’s data harvesting scandal.Which brings us to the Mark of today.
November 28, 2023 12:43 UTC
Watch the sweet moment this rescue dog plays with its toy for the 1st time "When I got her, she did not know how to play with toys, and she had clearly been mistreated in the past," owner Rachel Carranza said.
November 28, 2023 12:35 UTC
Pence told Jan. 6 special counsel about warnings to Trump in 2020 aftermath: Sources Mike Pence told special counsel Jack Smith's team that Donald Trump had almost pushed the country into a “constitutional crisis," according to sources familiar with what Pence told investigators.
November 28, 2023 12:35 UTC
Bad Bunny cemented himself as one of the biggest artists of the generation, to the point where he is currently considered the 'king of streaming', the 'king of reggaeton', and even the 'king of Latin music'. With all these nicknames, Forbes magazine included him on its most recent cover and called him the new 'King of Pop'. "If there is a constant in Bad Bunny, who is 29 years old, it is that everything he creates becomes a worldwide hit," stated the magazine on his Instagram account, to present his new number. It also highlights that: "in April, Bad Bunny made history as the first Latin artist to headline the Coachella music festival. In April, he became the first Latin artist to headline the Coachella music festival as a 100% Spanish-language performer.
November 28, 2023 11:05 UTC
By Helena Smolak and Mauro OrruShares of Ubisoft Entertainment slumped after the maker of the Assassin's Creed videogame franchise placed bonds convertible or exchangeable into shares to bolster its financial flexibility, refinance existing debt, and to fund repurchase of shares. At 1025GMT, Ubisoft shares traded 9% lower at EUR26.75. Ubisoft said Tuesday that it had raised 494.5 million euros ($541.7 million) from the placement. Ubisoft plans to use about half of the funds it raised to repurchase up to EUR250 million in shares. Write to Helena Smolak at email@example.com and Mauro Orru at firstname.lastname@example.org(END) Dow Jones Newswires11-28-23 0555ET
November 28, 2023 11:00 UTC
Taylor Swift’s authenticity has been discussed by Forbes magazine and was noted by lexicographers at Merriam-Webster dictionaryBefore she launched a tour expected to be the most profitable in history, packing stadiums, reviving the economies of midwestern cities and causing some municipalities to briefly rename themselves in her honour, the pop star Taylor Swift described some of the anxieties that keep her up at night. “I struggle a lot with the idea that my life has become unmanageably sized and I struggle with the idea of not feeling like a person,” she said, in an Instagram video describing a new song called Anti-Hero. It was “a real guided tour throughout all of the things I tend to hate about myself,” she said. “I think it’s really honest.”SponsoredThe sight of America’s leading pop star discussing her insecurities before packed stadiums is
November 28, 2023 10:37 UTC
An experiment has reportedly revealed Meta's algorithm has served up child-sexualizing reels to followers of teen and pre-teen influencers on Instagram. A new report from The Wall Street Journal has claimed Meta's algorithm for Instagram Reels served up questionable content to accounts that were exclusively following pre-teen and teen influencers on the platform. 2VIEW GALLERY - 2 IMAGESThe WSJ conducted an experiment by taking a group of accounts and exclusively following pre-teen and teen influencers. These types of ads aren't allowed on Meta's platforms, yet they were being served to accounts designed to simulate a typical child's account. It seems that Meta's content algorithm has now had the spotlight placed on it, which Meta has responded to - saying it "would pay for brand-safety auditing services to determine how often a company's ads appear beside content it considers unacceptable."
November 28, 2023 10:36 UTC
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November 28, 2023 10:35 UTC
Adds background in paragraph 4, 5Nov 27 (Reuters) - China-founded fashion company Shein has confidentially filed to go public in the United States, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. The fast-fashion giant has been working with at least three investment banks about a potential IPO and was in talks with the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq, Reuters had reported in July. Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley have been hired as lead underwriters on the offering, which could happen in 2024. the WSJ report said. Shein did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment. Fast-fashion has been gaining popularity in the United States with Shein partnering with SPARC Group, a joint venture between Forever 21 owner Authentic Brands AUTH.N and mall operator Simon Property SPG.N, as the online fashion retailer and its rivals look to expand their market reach.
November 28, 2023 10:06 UTC