Top Tech News Today: ChatGPT Goes Offline due to a ‘Major’ Issue, Back Online Now. 12 Bitcoin ETFs Await SEC’s Approval, Review Process Starts Today

Top Tech News Today: ChatGPT Goes Offline due to a ‘Major’ Issue, Back Online Now. 12 Bitcoin ETFs Await SEC’s Approval, Review Process Starts Today

ChatGPT gets past a significant obstacle and recovers quickly from an offline state

Good morning tech fam, here are some quick tech updates for you to catch on to!

What's New Today: Apply Now for Non-Teaching Posts at IIT Jammu

Fast-Track Insights: 12 Bitcoin ETFs Await SEC's Approval, Review Process Starts Today

The popular chatbot from OpenAI, ChatGPT, is back online following a brief but significant outage on Wednesday morning. Before 9 a.m. ET, the chatbot started giving users error responses. This affected not just OpenAI's API services, which are utilized by over two million developers, but also its services. Users of ChatGPT were informed that the service was "at capacity right now," and a status page described the problem as a "major outage."

In the most current issue of Employment News, which was published on November 4–10, 2023, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Jammu) formally released a job announcement. Applications are being accepted by the institute for several roles, including those of Registrar, Executive Engineer, Senior Technical Officer, Scientific Officer, and others. December 16, 2023, is the deadline for online application submissions.

In an increasingly interconnected and data-driven world, traffic analysis has become a critical element of urban planning, transportation management, and business logistics. The efficient analysis of traffic data is essential for reducing congestion, enhancing safety, and improving transportation systems. To meet these demands, a wide range of AI tools and platforms have emerged, offering valuable insights and predictive capabilities for traffic analysis. Read More

Over the next eight days, the US Securities and Exchange Commission may approve each of the twelve spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) applications that are now pending. The SEC has a "window" to approve all 12 spot Bitcoin ETF filings, including Grayscale's conversion of its GBTC trust product, beginning on November 9 in the United States, according to Bloomberg ETF analysts James Seyffart and Eric Balchunas. However, they emphasized that this is only a possibility.

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