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Today’s Technology Updates: Oppo Reno 11 Series Launches in India, Google Search Displays Deepfake AI Porn, and More

Oppo Unveils Reno 11 Series in India, Starting at Rs 29,999
Oppo has introduced its latest camera-centric mid-range series, the Reno 11 series, in India. The lineup includes two models, namely the Reno 11 and Reno 11 Pro, with prices commencing at Rs 29,999.

OpenAI Eases Stance on Military Use of Generative AI
OpenAI, the organization behind the widely-used AI-powered chatbot ChatGPT, has relaxed its position on the deployment of generative AI in military applications.

Bing and Google Allegedly Display AI Deepfake Pornography
Reports indicate that Microsoft Bing, DuckDuckGo, and Google Search are displaying non-consensual AI-generated explicit content in search results. NBC News reveals that searches for 36 female celebrities with the keyword ‘deepfakes’ often yielded pornographic images on Bing and Google.

Oppo Launches Reno 11 Series in India, Starting at Rs 29,999
Oppo has officially launched the Reno 11 and Reno 11 Pro in India, running on ColorOS 14 based on Android 14. Featuring a 32MP telephoto lens, the Oppo Reno 11 starts at Rs 29,999, while the Reno 11 Pro is available from Rs 39,999.

OpenAI Considers Allowing Military Use of Large Language Models
According to reports, OpenAI has lifted its ban on using large language models for ‘military and warfare’ applications. The U.S. military is reported to have employed these models for strategic planning in response to global crises.

AI-Powered News App Artifact Announces Shutdown
Artifact, the AI-driven news app developed by Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, is shutting down. While existing users can continue reading news until the end of February, commenting and posting new content will no longer be possible.

Google Enhances Document Sharing Features
Google is introducing a new dropdown menu for Docs, Drawings, Sheets, and Slides, accessible through the Share button. The menu displays pending access requests and options like copy link, benefiting both Workspace customers and personal accounts.

OnePlus 12 Price Leak: Expected at Rs 69,999 in India
An Amazon listing leak suggests that the upcoming OnePlus 12 might be priced significantly higher than its predecessor, the OnePlus 11. The base variant, equipped with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage, is anticipated to cost Rs 69,999, making it Rs 15,000 more expensive than the OnePlus 11 base variant.

Airtel and Jio Planning to Retire Unlimited 5G Plans
Airtel and Jio are reportedly considering the discontinuation of their unlimited 5G plans in the second half of 2024. Instead, they are expected to introduce standalone 5G plans, likely to cost 5 to 10 percent more while offering 40 to 50 percent more data compared to current 4G plans.

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