Here's what caught our eye in this week's headlines:
- ChatGPT’s Open AI is calling for better regulation of the technology, per The Washington Post, and Microsoft announced its Windows Copilot: it’s AI virtual assistant program, per The Verge. With great AI power, comes great AI potential (and responsibility).
- ChatGPT’s new app reached more than 500,000 downloads in the first six days, per TechCrunch. Is this the next top gen Z app?
- Blue Revolver, a fashion production company, is creating joyous experiences through its content, per WWD. The company is woman owned, battling the she-cession: more US women are working than ever according to Bloomberg.
- AI could transform the skincare buying experience, per Vogue.
- US companies are adopting a movement to make the workplace more menopause-friendly, following a similar wave in the UK, per The New York Times.
- Sustainability advocates are calling for textile reuse and recycling to end a long cycle of greenwashing in fashion, per Vogue Business.
- Twitter introduced a new tier for startups to scale their business reach for $5,000 a month, per TechCrunch.
- HBO’s “Max” platform officially launched, and viewers noticed that the writers and directors are now credited as “creators” on the platform, per The Verge.