Discord is testing a “Family Center” feature in the U.S. to provide parental controls to see who their teen is chatting with and friending, the servers they join, and more. The Family Center feature, being tested on the Discord iOS app in the U.S. for now, does not allow parents to view their teen’s personal messages or calls to protect their teen’s privacy, similar to Snapchat’s parental control approach.
💬 Discord is testing a new “Family Center” feature in its iOS app in the U.S.
💻 Parents can configure tools to see their teen’s recently added friends, joined servers and user profiles
🔍 Parental controls only allow insight into who their teen is talking to and friending, not what they’ve typed or shared
📱 Discord will feature a “Get Started” button for parents to set up and scan a QR code provided by the teen in the app.
OpenAI’s leadership believes that an international regulatory body is needed to govern artificial intelligence as the technology is developing too rapidly for existing authorities to control. The company suggests that an AI-governing body built on the model of the International Atomic Energy Agency would track international standards, agreements, and resources dedicated to AI research.
💻 Resources dedicated to AI research should be monitored and audited, says OpenAI. An international authority needs to inspect systems, require audits, test for compliance with safety standards, place restrictions on degrees of deployment and levels of security, and track compute power and energy usage dedicated to AI research to ensure safety.
Netflix has made updates to their “My List” feature, adding filters for sorting titles, including “Haven’t Started” and “Started”. These allow users to filter by movies or TV shows that they have or haven’t begun watching yet. Subscribers can also now swipe directly on title cards to delete films or series from their lists.