Four facilities to avoid the worst outcomes with AI in four essential economic areas
Nvidia says they would likely hurt its future growth, too
Roll, walk, or fly, this bot can do it all
This could hit Nvidia hard
Google is working on the next-generation of generative AI algorithms
The judge chided the lawyers for "abandoning their responsibilities"
Like zooming out with a camera
Similar to ChatGPT without being "too helpful"
An all-Intel machine designed to do science, simulations, and AI
Was it IBM's Watson, Deep Blue, Cray Jaguar or Blue Gene?
Only human musicians and creators will be recognized according to the new rules
Most people think it looks bad
A hot potato: Once again, a company has admitted to using AI for a piece of work, and once again, people are angry about it. On this occasion, it's the opening title sequence for the new Disney+ Marvel show Secret Invasion that has been generated by artificial intelligence. However, the studio behind it insists that using the tool didn't come at the cost of artists' jobs.
Opera One introduces Aria, a new browser AI in collaboration with OpenAI. Aria can be reached via a new command line, as well as from the browser sidebar. Other features include a new refreshed modular design, tab islands and more.
A supercomputing-as-a-service solution - an interesting feat in itself
Get an A100 GPU for double the price and no warranty or support
Ask and you shall receive
"You have totally disrespected the radio profession"
ChatGPT is spreading like a weed
Editor's take: In the neverending game of spreading fake news and disinformation, generative AI has emerged as a massive business opportunity for unethical tech companies. And Google wants to be absolutely the best. Lens, the company's image-based search tool, is now introducing new features that will make a lot of hypochondriac and gullible users very happy.
Don't enter confidential information or use generated code
The lying chatbot still has to provide EU with paperwork required by the GDPR
Godfather of AI says warnings that it's a threat to humanity are "ridiculous," job losses won't be permanent
Some rare optimism regarding AI's future