In this episode of Discover Daily, we dive into X's (formerly Twitter) new feature that allows users to create and join communities focused on adult content or NSFW material. This development is part of X's strategy to differentiate itself from other social media platforms by openly offering NSFW groups while protecting underage users and those who wish to avoid explicit content. We also explore the Netherlands' groundbreaking hyperloop test track, which marks a significant milestone in the development of this futuristic transportation technology. The European Hyperloop Center in Groningen features a unique ”lane switch” feature, paving the way for further research and development.

Additionally, we discuss Meta's upcoming enhancement to its Ray-Ban smart glasses, which will integrate artificial intelligence capabilities. Users will be able to activate the glasses' smart assistant by saying ”Hey Meta” and asking questions about their surroundings. The New York Times tested the glasses in various settings, revealing the AI's strengths and limitations in identifying objects, animals, and monuments. Meta's pivot towards AI represents a significant shift for the company as it continues to integrate innovative technology into its products.

For more on these stories:

X is testing NSFW groups
https://www.perplexity.ai/search/X-is-testing-W_evB8TdR4ydADxyRZAl_g

Netherlands test Hyperloop
https://www.perplexity.ai/search/Netherlands-test-Hyperloop-owptOLfzQV6eNoy7RHLZxw

Meta adds AI to glasses
https://www.perplexity.ai/search/Meta-adds-AI-dX9L71pXROCdGxs5P44k7w

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