History meets technology through Tutera, an Egyptian brand that uses artificial intelligence to breathe life into designs inspired by ancient Egypt.
We take a look at former French President's Nicolas Sarkozy's interview in Le Figaro, as he defends himself against corruption charges.
Google will begin using its AI chatbot in its search engine, as it seeks to catch up with rivals in the fast-growing sector. The announcement came on the eve of a European vote on new regulations for artificial intelligence. Also in the show: US inflation drops below 5 percent for the first time in two years, and French drivers accuse petrol distributors of raking in the profits from unfair prices.
Alphabet's Google is rolling out more artificial intelligence for its core search product, hoping to create some of the same consumer excitement generated by Microsoft's update to rival search engine Bing in recent months.
Will AI tools soon put artists out of work? Images created by algorithms are flooding the Internet, but how creative are they really? And where does their source material come from?
Geoffrey Hinton, 75, announced his resignation from Google in a statement to the New York Times, saying he now regretted his work. He told the BBC some of the dangers of AI chatbots were "quite scary". "Right now, they're not more intelligent than us, as far as I can tell. But I think they soon may be."
The hotly debated AI chatbot is back online in Italy after installing new warnings for users and the option to opt-out of having chats be used to train ChatGPT's algorithms.
We take a look at French President Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to move past his pension reform now that it has become law. We also discuss feminism in Russia, Iran and North Africa. And we dive into multiple advances in the fight against cancer. Finally, the Washington Post wonders what the future of wild sex will be.
AI ethicist and philosopher Vincent Müller is calling for a social debate as creatives fear for their existence. But who should regulate the use of artificial intelligence?
We look at reactions in the French papers to President Emmanuel Macron's visit to Alsace, where he confronted angry pension reform protesters.
The rise of systems like ChatGPT is dominating headlines. Experts worry that they could displace millions of workers, obscure the line between truth and lies, and deepen existing inequalities. Do they have a point?
Alibaba is the latest tech company to enter the artificial intelligence race, as it unveils its own chatbot, Tongyi Qianwen. But it could face restrictions before even launching, as authorities in Beijing have outlined draft regulations to govern AI, including the stipulation that such platforms will reflect the core values of socialism.