The team talks about voice-to-code features, how game developers built accessibility into God of War, and why lab-grown meat is officially safe to eat (hail seitan!). Plus: this YouTube channel is a strong contender for the most entertaining robotics content on the internet.
In a win for accessibility, GitHub Copilot now responds to voice commands, allowing developers to code using their voices.
Speaking of accessibility, learn how Santa Monica Studio worked with disabled gamers and the community to build accessibility into God of War Ragnarök.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that lab-grown meat is safe to eat.
Looking for some high-quality entertainment content? Look no further than Simone Giertz’s YouTube channel, where she builds robots to (among other things) wash her hair and wake her up with a slap in the face.
Blast from the past: Listen to our episode with MongoDB CTO Eliot Horowitz.
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