If you’ve ever wanted to try out OpenAI’s vaunted machine learning toolset, it just got a lot easier. The company has released an API that lets developers call its AI tools in on “virtually any English language task.” Basically, if you’ve got a task that requires understanding words in English, OpenAI wants to help automate […]
Did Chase steal our Joy of Free? That was a key question during this week’s Frequent Miler on the Air episode as we discussed the real reason some of us are hesitant to use points for groceries even though it makes sense. There’s no doubt that the game is more fun when we’re playing it […]The post Chase steals the Joy of Free, extra sweetness with Etihad and more appeared first on Frequent Miler.
Looking for the good is especially important at a time when the discouraging things can start to drown out the encouraging things. So, during these unusual times, I’ve been doing a weekly post where we share some bright and sunny things in our lives. This week, I am thankful: that even when I can’t control […]The post Thankful Thursday appeared first on The Frugal Girl.
Google is introducing a new “quick settings” menu in Gmail aimed at helping users browse, discover and use different themes and settings to customize their Gmail experience. These options include the ability to change the density of text, select from different inbox types and add reading panes and options to theme your inbox. They are […]
In the days following the birth of X Æ A-12, a human baby recently born to Grimes and fathered by Elon Musk, I have tried my best to just ignore the fact that two wealthy people have procreated and saddled that progeny with a code from a rejected Dan Brown novel rather than a name. But upon hearing both parents’ mismatched explanations of how to pronounce the title bestowed upon the newborn, I found that I simply could not let it go, as neither explanation accounts for the fact that this particular combination of symbols does not make any sound pronounceable in the English language.
Current events have rendered what was going to be a summer of vast franchises, teeming cinematic universes, and interconnected megablockbusters rather moot at this point. But in these trying times, we can still turn to one heroic universe that nails the shared concept unlike many of its theatrical counterparts: I am, of course, talking about Bon Appétit.