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### AI Nurses and Stanley Cups: Elon Musk’s Disastrous Interview

It’s another week where things aren’t what they appear to be.

The latest tech news coverage this year offered a distinctive perspective on various topics. From detailed insights into Stanley Cups to the emergence of AI nurses providing healthcare advice, and Elon Musk’s interview with Don Lemon shedding light on his subjective perception of reality. Explore more top software reports of the week.

The CT scan reveals a dark circle, indicating the direct powder application on the pump coating layer of Stanley’s popular Quencher model. According to Stanley, the cup contains lead at the base, shielded by a stainless steel layer that is deemed inaccessible to consumers. However, the risk of lead exposure may still be a matter of chance. – Jody Serrano

Photo: hurricanehank (Shutterstock)

How do you prefer to enjoy music? Whether it’s in a serene room with headphones or through the warm sound of vinyl, the experience matters. While Apple, Amazon, and Tidal promote “lossless audio” as a way to hear music exactly as the artist intended, the perceived superiority of lossless audio over MP3 is debatable, with most listeners unable to discern a significant difference. – Maxwell Zeff

Hippocratic’s product page showcasing affordable AI nurses. Screenshot: Hippocratic AI

Nvidia recently announced a partnership with Hippocratic AI, a healthcare firm offering generative AI nurses at a fraction of the cost of human counterparts. These AI agents provide medical advice to patients through real-time video calls for just \(9 per hour, undercutting the standard \)90 hourly rate for human nurses. – Maxwell Zeff

Screenshot: The Don Lemon Show

The inaugural episode of The Don Lemon Show featured a heated interview with Elon Musk, ultimately leading to the termination of Lemon’s agreement with X, where he had committed to producing exclusive content for the platform. – Maxwell Zeff

Front view of a house captured by a security camera. Photo: Paul Briden (Shutterstock)

Law enforcement officials in Kansas conducted continuous surveillance of a man’s residence for 68 days, 15 hours each day, gathering incriminating evidence that resulted in 16 charges against the individual. Despite lacking a search warrant, the authorities used a street pole-mounted camera to monitor Bruce Hay’s property. A federal court ruling deemed this surveillance permissible, potentially setting a precedent for privacy laws. – Maxwell Zeff

Illustration: Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto (Getty Images)

Dell appears to have shifted its stance on enabling individuals to pursue their career ambitions regardless of their location. Michael Dell, the CEO of the eponymous technology company, previously championed remote work as the future of work. However, like many tech firms, Dell now seems to endorse the trend favoring in-office work environments. – Jody Serrano

These are the alterations identified. The Queen’s skirt and the couch in the photo exhibit misalignments, while Prince Louis appears to have been digitally inserted from another image. Photo: The Prince and Princess of Wales / X

Just a week after the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, acknowledged editing a Mother’s Day photo featuring herself and her children, the UK royal family faces scrutiny over another manipulated family portrait, linked to Middleton once again. – Jody Serrano

Photo: Kyle Barr / Gizmodo

Rumors surrounding the PlayStation 5 Pro have surfaced, although Sony has yet to confirm the existence of an upgraded console. Leaked specifications of the PS5 Pro have prompted Sony to investigate the source of the leak, despite no official confirmation from the company. – Oscar Gonzalez

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Mark Zuckerberg initiated testing of a horizontal swiping feature within Threads, a platform seemingly designed to jest at Elon Musk. Musk had previously expressed interest in incorporating such a feature into X over a year ago. – Maxwell Zeff

Neuralink, Elon Musk’s neurotechnology venture, broadcasted an interview with its first patient, a 29-year-old quadriplegic named Noland Arbaugh. Following the insertion of Neuralink’s brain implant in January, Noland, who had been immobile for nearly a decade, appears to have regained the ability to play chess and Civilization solely through mind control. The interview, showcasing Noland’s gameplay, was streamed on Musk’s social media platform, X. – Lucas Ropek

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