We're bringing back our weekly roundup of the top 10 headlines that caught our eye this week.

  • Instagram will no longer allow content creators to tag products during live streams, via Engadget.
  • Snapple will allow consumers to create their own Real Facts using ChatGPT, via AdAge.
  • Strava will allow crowdsourced images on its platform as a way to enhance route-planning capabilities, via The Verge.
  • Marriott reported that business travel has returned to 90% of pre-pandemic levels, and is trending 20% above 2022 group travel, via The Wall Street Journal.
  • The millennial beauty startup Glossier opened a flagship in New York's SoHo neighborhood in Manhattan, via The New York Times.
  • Super Bowl LVII reached 113 million viewers - the third highest TV program in history, via Variety.
  • Insider Intelligence predicts streaming will top traditional TV viewing this year, reported by CBS News.
  • Amazon will invest $20 million in Superplastic's synthetic celebrities as its next generation of influencers, via Fast Company.
  • World-famous DJ David Guetta says the future of music is AI, via BBC.
  • TikTok is launching a $500,000 Trivia Contest sponsored by Lionsgate with questions about its upcoming film "John Wick: Chapter 4." Via The Verge.

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