This Week in Tech News: 10 Stories You Need to See

A roundup of the week’s most newsworthy technology industry press releases from PR Newswire, including Big Game ad campaigns and a ChatGPT plagiarism tool.

With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything on PR Newswire. To help journalists covering the business technology industry stay on top of the week’s most newsworthy and popular releases, here’s a roundup of stories from the week that shouldn’t be missed.

The list below includes the headline (with a link to the full text) and an excerpt from each story. Click on the press release headlines to access accompanying multimedia assets that are available for download.

  1. S&P Global and AWS to Pioneer Next Generation Technology for Global Markets

    Building on AWS and S&P Global’s longtime relationship, the new strategic collaboration will extend the delivery of advanced, secure, cloud-based services to more than 100,000 of S&P Global’s government and enterprise customers in 43 countries around the world—further growing the 65% of application workloads it already runs on AWS.

  2. Snapple® Launches fAIct Generator Powered by Technology from ChatGPT Creator OpenAI

    The Snapple fAIct Generator, powered by technology from ChatGPT creator OpenAI, allows users to create and share facts via social media. Whether looking for a fact about a Snapple flavor, doughnuts, music, or our favorite furry friend, ChatGPT has got you covered.

  3. Quantum Computing Inc. Receives Subcontract Award to Support NASA to Test Quantum Sensing Solutions for Monitoring Climate Change

    Under the subcontract, QCI will test an existing LiDAR system designed to remotely measure the physical properties of different types of snowpacks, including the density, particle size and depth, based on a recent breakthrough theory. The measurements from these tests will be used to calculate how much water could be released when snow melts and could be used for other similar predictive analyses.

  4. Iconic Rock Stars Remind Workday and the Corporate World Who the Real Rock Stars Are

    Punk rock icon Billy Idol said members of the Rock & Roll community were disheartened by the flagrant proliferation of the term “rock star” in emails, pings, and meetings.

  5. OnePlus Welcomes 2023 with the Launch of Three Flagship Products in the U.S. and Canada

    Embodying OnePlus’ ‘Never Settle’ motto, the latest products are distinguished by purposeful designs, industry-leading technology, and advanced interconnectivity with the brand’s ecosystem.

  6. New Ad Campaign with Actress & Producer Melissa McCarthy Aims to Inspire Travelers to Book “Somewhere, Anywhere”

    The comedic spots, which include cameos by Melissa’s husband, American actor, comedian and filmmaker Ben Falcone, focus on how makes booking a trip easy, reliable and fun, with the widest choice of places to stay.

  7. 2022 NFL Season Viewership: What Was the Impact of Thursday Night Football’s Shift to Streaming?

    Thursday Night Football audiences were down significantly in 2022 after shifting exclusively to streaming, with average audience and weekly reach declining 37% and 49%, respectively, versus games in 2021 that were available across multiple major video platforms.

  8. Anthropic Forges Partnership With Google Cloud to Help Deliver Reliable and Responsible AI

    “AI has evolved from academic research to become one of the biggest drivers of technological change, creating new opportunities for growth and improved services across all industries,” said Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud.

  9. ChatGPT Plagiarism – New Tool Lets Teachers Know If AI Wrote a Student Essay

    The plagiarism tool, aptly named ChatGPT Plagiarism, follows a long-winded discussion at schools and colleges over worries that ChatGPT’s capacity to produce essays and assignments on just about any topic could fuel academic fraud and hinder learners.

  10. Infosec Launches New Office Comedy Themed Security Awareness Training Series

    Set in the backdrop of a hilarious office comedy, Work Bytes features a colorful cast of creative characters, including vampires, pirates, aliens, and zombies. These fantastical and unlikely co-workers encounter and navigate today’s most common and complex cybersecurity threats from phishing emails to social engineering scams.

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Can’t-Miss Earnings

In addition to these popular releases, several must-read earnings reports crossed the wire this week, including the quarterly results for Lumen Technologies, S&P Global and Aon.

Catch up on all the latest earnings reports here.

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