ChatGPT can hear you and also talk back

Plus, ocean floor creepy crawlies.
͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌     ͏ ‌    

Advertise  |  Talk to Us  |  Shop  |  Unsubscribe

The Futurist is your daily tech, cosmic, and science (both weird or otherwise) newsletter with articles and content curated just for you.

Tech Trivia:

What is the most volcanically active body in the solar system?

Hint: It's somewhere in-between the sun and Pluto.


(Scroll to the bottom to find the answer)

OpenAI’s ChatGPT can now see, hear, and speak | Ticker News

“OpenAI’s ChatGPT can now see, hear, and speak. The announcement comes as competitors are jumping into the ‘AI’ space. So, what impact will this have on the tech sector? [Video]”

Read like a CEO on your coffee break | StackSocial

Drowning in your reading list? Try a lifejacket for your brain: the Headway app. Consume the world's best ideas in snackable 15-minute summaries. With 20M downloads, tons of great reviews and accolades, and a deal on a lifetime subscription for $60 through 10/2, this is a can't-miss way to optimize your personal and professional development time. Skip the fluff and get straight to the point with Headway. [Ad]

Where in our bodies do we feel love (and other emotions)? | New Atlas

“At every stage of life, love is essential for human development, connection, and reducing isolation. There are, of course, different kinds of love associated with different behaviors: self-love, a love of animals, parental love, romantic and sexual love, and friend love, for example. But how do we experience these different types of love in our body? Is there a difference in how strongly we feel them?”

Subculture Series: #CleanTok and the brands doing it right | YPulse

“Since the pandemic forced everyone to stay in their homes in 2020, there has been an astronomical increase in home content across social media. Between cozying up their home offices or making their bedroom somewhere they could spend way more time, young people especially took to social media to share their home improvements. Out of this, another category of content erupted: home cleaning content (better known as #CleanTok, fueled by #Cleanfluencers).”

For the dog that loves to play harder | BarkBox

Our friends at Bark know every dog is unique, so they created the Super Chewer box — stuffed with tough toys & meaty chews for dogs that love to play harder! And to make it spooky, just in time for October, get a free skeleton dog hoodie in your first box when you subscribe. [Ad]

Scientists discover a labyrinth of life hidden in the deep | Hakai Magazine

“There may be no ecosystem on Earth that seems less hospitable than hydrothermal vents. In the perpetual darkness, cold, and relentless pressures of the deep sea, these volcanic seeps spew piping hot water so loaded with particles and metals that it looks like black smoke billowing from a chimney. But even these hellish habitats are crawling with life, ranging from giant clams and ravenous crabs to spindly octopuses and ghostly eelpout fish.”

@spaceanfractuous on Instagram

Interested in having one of your social posts featured in The Futurist?

The correct answer: Jupiter's moon Io

The correct answer: Jupiter's moon Io

According to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (from May 26, 2023): “NASA’s Juno mission captured this infrared view of Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io on July 5, 2022, when the spacecraft was about 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers) away. This infrared image was derived from data collected by the Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper (JIRAM) instrument aboard Juno. In this image, the brighter the color the higher the temperature recorded by JIRAM.”