China's financial overhaul, Tesla's legal win, and "AI" as word of the year
Today ChatGPT read 1271 top news stories. After removing previously covered events, there are 3 articles with a significance score over 7.
[7.3] China tightens control over financial sector. — Financial Times [$]
China has signaled tighter control over its $61tn financial sector at a policy conference, emphasizing the need for centralized Communist party leadership and risk prevention. The conference backed President Xi Jinping's drive to deleverage the real estate sector, strengthen local government finances, and crack down on speculation and corruption.
[7.2] Tesla not at fault in fatal crash blamed on Autopilot. — The New York Times [$]
A California jury has ruled that a fatal crash involving a Tesla was not the fault of the carmaker's driver-assistance software, Autopilot. This is the first verdict in a fatal crash case where Tesla's Autopilot system was blamed, and it could set a precedent for similar pending cases. The decision may also impact consumer perceptions of Tesla's vehicles, which account for half of electric car sales in the US.
[7.0] AI named word of the year. — The Guardian
The word "AI" has been named the word of the year for 2023 by Collins dictionary, as it has become the dominant conversation and its use has quadrupled over the past year. Other notable terms include "greedflation," "debanking," "nepo baby," and "deinfluencing." Health-related terms like "ultra-processed" and "semaglutide" were also prominent, along with the acronym "Ulez".
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