Google’s Bard AI chatbot is getting a major upgrade, and it’s all about making your life easier. In a recent announcement, Google revealed a series of exciting enhancements to Bard, aiming to provide users with a more powerful and versatile tool for various tasks.
In a bold move to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of e-commerce and cloud computing, Alibaba Group is embarking on its most ambitious restructuring to date under the leadership of its new CEO, Eddie Wu. As the company faces challenges in a slowing Chinese economy and stiff competition, Wu is determined to revitalize Alibaba’s strategy by placing a strong emphasis on artificial intelligence (AI) and promoting younger talents to senior management positions.
In an era marked by the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI), the invisible hands behind the scenes, often referred to as “ghost workers,” have come into the spotlight. These are the individuals responsible for labeling data, rating responses, and performing crucial tasks that train AI algorithms.
The world of media and journalism is constantly evolving, and India has just taken a significant leap into the future with the introduction of its first full-time virtual news anchor, Sana.
France’s Mistral AI, a four-week-old startup founded by alums from Google’s DeepMind and Meta, has secured a staggering $113 million in seed funding to compete with OpenAI in the development and application of large language models and generative AI.
Google has decided to delay the launch of its AI chatbot, Bard, in the European Union (EU) after concerns were raised by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), which serves as the company’s lead data protection authority in the region. The DPC stated that Google had not provided adequate information and documentation, including a data protection impact assessment (DPIA), ahead of the planned launch date. Consequently, the launch will not proceed as scheduled until the DPC’s questions are answered by Google.
In a move to enhance user experience and adapt to changing technology trends, Microsoft has announced that Bing’s chatbot now supports voice input on desktop devices. This new feature allows users to ask questions using their voice, with Bing’s chatbot responding audibly.
Codeword, a leading tech-marketing agency, has made history by hiring the world’s first AI interns. Aiden and Aiko, the AI interns, have been brought on board for a three-month trial internship, where they will work alongside Codeword’s team of 106 people. Aiko will be part of the design team, while Aiden will work with the editorial team.
Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, recently made a bold prediction about the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its potential to disrupt major tech giants such as Google and Amazon. During a podcast episode titled “In Good Company” hosted by philanthropist Nicolai Tangen, Gates shared his insights on the impact of AI on the tech industry.
Microsoft’s new AI-powered Bing search engine is now available to all users without a waitlist, signaling the company’s commitment to advancing AI technology. Despite concerns regarding the accuracy and tone of AI-powered systems, the advancements made by Microsoft in the new Bing search engine have been gaining over 100 million daily active users each day. The updates to the new Bing include the ability to ask questions with pictures, access chat history, export responses to Microsoft Word, and personalized tone and style of the chatbot’s responses. Microsoft plans to bring ChatGPT technology to its core productivity tools, indicating the potential to change the way we work.