Republican lawmakers’ draft crypto bill could improve digital assets’ battered reputation, but legislation remains some way off.

On today's episode, we discuss whether most of what AI writes is useless, if AI is coming for your job, the likelihood of human extinction, and AI rules that could help us avoid that scenario. "In Other News," we talk about what Nvidia is and why it just joined the hyper-exclusive trillion-dollar club and what happens now that Neuralink can test its brain implants on humans. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Jacob Bourne and Gadjo Sevilla.

Banks that win customers through high savings rates or acquisitions still need to put in work to earn customer trust and loyalty.

It’s cross-selling rather than bulking its user base, investing in promising regions, and conducting research to build better products.

The card network is hoping rewards will be enough to finally make inroads in the debit card industry

It added a parking feature to its payments platform, Mercedes pay

Advertising employment peaks: AI advances may promise potential disruption.

The main factor holding back mobile wallet bill pay growth is security concerns

Generous government incentives and a thriving and competitive local EV industry are helping China surpass EV adoption goals.

Spotify’s 200-person podcasting layoff shows a change in priorities: Podcasts are still a major growth sector, but exclusivity is in the past.

The Vision Pro headset puts Apple at the forefront of the augmented reality discussion, but the device’s business focus and exorbitant pricing could limit wider appeal.

YouTube's policy reversal: Balancing free speech and controlling misinformation could influence political ad spending in the 2024 cycle.

Valuations have plummeted due to lower office occupancy rates and changes in how people shop.

Google’s AI experiments show a profit-performance tension: Added features point to its newfound AI confidence. The focus should be on maintaining search dominance, user experience, and effective monetization.

OpenAI courts Israeli talent amid US tech sector’s layoff bloodbath: US techies lose leverage as OpenAI’s CEO travels the world looking for AI-skilled workers he can’t find at home.

It says new SMBs can sign up in less than five minutes for accounts in various currencies.

On today's episode, we discuss whether we'll be able to tell if something is AI-generated, whether AI can be considered an "inventor," and whether now is the right time to adopt this technology. "In Other News," we talk about how smart ChatGPT really is and what ever happened to IBM's AI supercomputer Watson after it won at "Jeopardy!" Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Jacob Bourne and Gadjo Sevilla.

The firm is going head-to-head with Amex and Chase ultra-premium cards and preparing to invigorate spending.

Reddit’s API changes put it in conflict with its users—again: The platform’s perennial problem is a user base opposed to its investor-focused policies.