It’s been a tumultuous 12 months since Scottie Scheffler tapped in his final putt for a three-shot victory and donned a green jacket as the champion of the Masters Tournament.
Educators and teachers were honored for their work within the school system at the annual Aiken County Stars of Education gala on Thursday, March 30.
Life doesn’t always go as planned, so Hallie Anderson is serving this weekend as the Aiken Horse Show’s co-director instead of trying to win …
Some residents of Aiken and Saluda counties will have the opportunity to elect their next representative on the Aiken County Public School Dis…
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Italy temporarily blocks ChatGPT over privacy concerns
Italy is temporarily blocking the artificial intelligence software ChatGPT in the wake of a data breach as it investigates a possible violation of stringent European Union data protection rules
Italy is temporarily blocking the artificial intelligence software ChatGPT in the wake of a data breach as it investigates a possible violation of stringent European Union data protection rules. The government’s privacy watchdog said Friday that it's taking provisional action “until ChatGPT respects privacy.” The Italian Data Protection Authority's measure involves temporarily limiting the company from processing Italian users’ data. U.S.-based OpenAI, which developed ChatGPT, didn’t immediately return a request for comment. The Italian watchdog says OpenAI must report within 20 days what measures it's taken to ensure the privacy of users’ data or face a fine of up to either 20 million euros, which is nearly $22 million, or 4% of annual global revenue. Read moreItaly temporarily blocks ChatGPT over privacy concerns
The future of the old Aiken County Hospital remains in limbo. Read moreNo bids received for old Aiken County Hospital
A bill sponsored by a member of Aiken County's delegation to the South Carolina House of Rep… Read moreGOP presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy testifies in favor of Bill Taylor's anti-ESG bill
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson said Tuesday afternoon it took prosecutors and i… Read moreAlan Wilson says it took 10 months to access key Alex Murdaugh murder trial video
The Aiken Municipal Development Commission is on its last legs. Read moreAiken City Council moves one step away from dissolving Aiken Municipal Development Commission
When a visitor arrives at the home of Eric and Erin Edwards, he could be forgiven for thinki… Read moreAiken couple looks to bring pinball arcade to city's downtown
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions and Savannah River Mission Completion recently began a new process of disposing of the spent nuclear fuel at the Savannah River Site. Read moreNew spent nuclear fuel disposal program begins at Savannah River Site
Kyle Busch ahead of Richmond: Parity keeps it interesting
Kyle Busch is off to a solid start with Richard Childress Racing
Kyle Busch is off to a solid start with Richard Childress Racing. He's won once, has two top-10 finishes and is fourth in points, Busch had one of the four Chevrolets to sweep the first four races of the season. He says wins by Ford and Toyota in the last two races are a good thing because parity means no one knows who will win any given week. Drivers also had different reaction to NASCAR rescinding 100-point penalties against Hendrick Motorsports drivers but keeping the rest of their sanctions in place. Qualifying for Sunday’s race was rained out. That puts Alex Bowman on the pole followed by Busch, William Byron, Ross Chastain and Tyler Reddick. Read moreKyle Busch ahead of Richmond: Parity keeps it interesting
It’s been a tumultuous 12 months since Scottie Scheffler tapped in his final putt for a three-shot victory and donned a green jacket as the champion of the Masters Tournament. Read more2023 Masters: 10 things to watch this year
Voucher backers applauded Wednesday when the S.C. House finally passed a bill to require public schools to adopt open enrollment policies, so students from inside or outside the district can attend any school that has room for them. Read moreScoppe: How the voucher crowd killed the last SC public school choice push