The Morning After: Microsoft pauses its creepy Recall AI feature

The Morning After Microsoft Pauses Its Creepy Recall Ai Feature

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Microsoft has belatedly cottoned on to the whole “using AI to watch someone’s screen might be a bit creepy” thing. It has announced it will limit the launch of Recall, which was due to arrive alongside the first batch of Windows 11 Copilot+ PCs on June 18. Instead, it will limit previews to just members of its Insider program to better focus on their feedback. We all know what that means, right? It’s just going to fade into the ether until everyone forgets it ever happened.

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