Ten Innovations in Tech: Exploring the Future of Software, $1,000 to Invest in TikTok, and Tesla’s First Advertisement

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Tech Tuesday is back and we’ve got some exciting news for tech lovers! This week we’ve got information on software’s new final chapter, an offer of $1,000 to scroll TikTok for 10 hours, and Tesla’s first ever advertisement.

Software is graduating to a new and improved version, known as the ‘final chapter’. People and AI can work together to create sophisticated software, tools and more. But job-hunting has been made tougher due to recent economic instability, ‘ghost jobs’, and the influx of generative AI. Meanwhile, an influencer marketing agency is offering $1,000 to anyone who can scroll TikTok for 10 hours straight.

Tesla caused a stir when they announced they would advertise for the first time, and followed up with a two-minute video called ‘Drive to believe’. Elsewhere, tech mogul Jeff Bezos and his new fianc√© Lauren Sanchez got engaged. Then there’s Tesla’s $180,000 flagship Lucid Air which has a crazy-high 516-mile range and lightning-fast charging.

To wrap up, we’ve got an interesting story of Putin’s abandoned $3.2 million fishing villa which boasts features like an elevator, wine cellar, and sauna. Finally, an unnamed scientist claims to have found a Bible chapter which has been hidden for thousands of years.

Talking about the people featured in this article, Michael Cogley and Lara O’Reilly are journalists from Insider who helped with the Tech Tuesday Newsletter while Diamond Naga Siu was out in New York. Meanwhile, Rebecca Knight wrote a fun article about AI creating headshots and asked ChatGPT to help her with her resume.

Lastly, no Tech Tuesday article would be complete without talk of a company. WeWork is in a bind right now with their CEO and stock recently stepping down and the big three credit rating agencies predicting that they might default.

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So jump in and explore the vast and ever-evolving tech space. With new software advancements, job opportunities or lack thereof, Tesla advertisements, and the latest discoveries, there’s always something new to explore.

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