A demo video was published with the released of Google Gemini showing off some amazing capabilities. Yet, the video was edited to make it look like one seamless interaction shot in real time, which is wasn’t.
“The defendant has enormous wealth and property abroad,” wrote Judge Richard Jones, “and no ties to the United States.”
The Terraform Labs co-founder has been caught in a jurisdictional tug-of-war between the U.S. and his native South Korea.
A European telecom regulator floats using AI to analyze selfies of web surfers to determine if they’re old enough to see stuff.
If at first you don’t shut down the coin mixer, sanction again.
Six founders at Shrapnel studio Neon Machine have filed suit against the investor alleging “severe harm,” but say the game is still on track.
The company was recently served with a subpoena pertaining to crypto exchange Bybit. But Coinbase customers with no relationship to that exchange say they’re being targeted too.
In a lengthy essay, Hayes argued that the $4.3 billion fine levied by U.S. authorities against Binance was “arbitrary.”
The SEC has been trying, and apparently failing, to hunt down controversial Hex founder Richard Heart for months.
Prosecutors say CZ has ample means to flee, despite the hefty bond he’s placed. Now the Binance founder is stuck in the U.S. for now.
Christine Lagarde, the European Central Bank president, said she spent years trying to convince her 30-something son to stay away from crypto bets.