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Feb 11, 2023

ChatGPT is about to get even better and Microsoft’s Bing could win big

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Google worked to reassure investors and analysts on Thursday during its quarterly earnings call that it’s still a leader in developing AI. The company’s Q4 2022 results were highly anticipated as investors and the tech industry awaited Google’s response to the popularity of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which has the potential to threaten its core business.

During the call, Google CEO Sundar Pichai talked about the company’s plans to make AI-based large language models (LLMs) like LaMDA available in the coming weeks and months. Pichai said users will soon be able to use large language models as a companion to search. An LLM, like ChatGPT, is a deep learning algorithm that can recognize, summarize and generate text and other content based on knowledge from enormous amounts of text data. Pichai said the models that users will soon be able to use are particularly good for composing, constructing and summarizing.

“Now that we can integrate more direct LLM-type experiences in Search, I think it will help us expand and serve new types of use cases, generative use cases,” Pichai said. “And so, I think I see this as a chance to rethink and reimagine and drive Search to solve more use cases for our users as well. It’s early days, but you will see us be bold, put things out, get feedback and iterate and make things better.”

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Feb 11, 2023

We’ve torn down over 100 cars (Here are Tesla advantages) | Cory Steuben Munro and Associates

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The Tesla transformation to a fully integrated design.

Join me and Cory Steuben as he reviews all the different ways Tesla has an advantage over their competitors from manufacturing, the factories, the business model and the team.

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Feb 11, 2023

What Does ChatGPT Really Mean For Businesses?

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If your work involves analyzing and reporting on data, then it’s understandable that you might feel a bit concerned by the rapid advances being made by artificial intelligence (AI). In particular, the viral ChatGPT app has captured the imagination of the general public in recent months, acting as a powerful demonstration of what AI is already capable of. For some, it may also seem like a warning about what might be in store for the future.

Undoubtedly, one of the strengths of AI is its ability to make sense of large amounts of data – searching out patterns and putting it into reports, documents, and formats that humans can easily understand. This is the day-to-day “bread and butter” of data analysts as well as many other knowledge economy professionals whose work involves working with data and analytics.

It’s true that artificial intelligence – a term that generally, in business and industry, refers to machine learning – has been used for years in these fields. What ChatGPT and similar tools built on large language models (LLM) and natural language processing (NLP) bring to the table is that it can be easily and effectively used by anybody. If a CEO can simply say to a computer, “what do I need to do to improve customer satisfaction?” or “how can I make more sales?” do they need to worry about hiring, training, and maintaining an expensive analytics team to answer those questions?

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Feb 10, 2023

Are Holograms the Next Zoom?

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Proto is betting that companies will view their 7-foot-tall holographic projection boxes as an alternative for in-person meetings. At least a half-dozen startups and giants like Google and Microsoft already are.

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Feb 9, 2023

U.S. Accused Of Trying To ‘Quietly’ Ban Bitcoin, Ethereum And Crypto

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Last month, the Federal Reserve rejected crypto bank Custodia’s application to join its ranks, casting doubt over whether the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will give final approval to crypto companies Protego and Paxos’ applications for national trust bank charters.

“The U.S. government is using the banking sector to organize a sophisticated, widespread crackdown against the crypto industry,” Carter wrote.

“And the administration’s efforts are no secret: they’re expressed plainly in memos, regulatory guidance, and blog posts. However, the breadth of this plan—spanning virtually every financial regulator—as well as its highly coordinated nature, has even the most steely-eyed crypto veterans nervous that crypto businesses might end up completely unbanked, stablecoins may be stranded and unable to manage flows in and out of crypto, and exchanges might be shut off from the banking system entirely.”

Feb 9, 2023

The Next Generation Of Artificial Intelligence (Part 2)

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In case you haven’t heard, artificial intelligence is the hot new thing.

If anything, this breakneck pace is only accelerating. Five years from now, the field of AI will look very different than it does today. Methods that are currently considered cutting-edge will have become outdated; methods that today are nascent or on the fringes will be mainstream.

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Feb 8, 2023

How will Satya Nadella handle Microsoft’s ChatGPT moment?

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He has spent a career trying to return Microsoft to the pinnacle of tech | Business.

Feb 8, 2023

Top 10 Open-Source Programming Languages You Should Know in 2023

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The advancement in technology has resulted in organizations relying on programming languages like never before. With programming in place, organizations are in a position to achieve their business goals way easier than before. If you are aspiring to become a good programmer then it is important to have a fair understanding as to which are the most in demand programming languages in the market. In this article, we will talk about top 10 open-source programming languages you should know in 2023.


Python is a server-side language that has a wide range of applications to boast about. Be it simple scripting or advanced web applications, Python has got you covered. Python has made it way easier for the developers to use various programming styles including reflecting, functional, etc. It is considered one of the easiest and most marketable programming languages to learn.

Feb 8, 2023

AI image generator hit by $1.8 trillion lawsuit from Getty Images

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Getty Images, a global stock photo giant, has filed a lawsuit against Stability AI, the business that created the well-known AI image generator Stable Diffusion.

The stock agency claims that over 12 million of its copyrighted images—along with their descriptions and metadata were used to train Stable Diffusion, seeking $1.8 trillion in compensation, according to the lawsuit made public on Monday.

Feb 8, 2023

‘AI First’ To Last: How Google Fell Behind In The AI Boom

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With Bard, its newly launched “experimental conversational AI service,” Google is scrambling to ship AI products. But past scandals, botched launches and a talent drain have put it in a surprise position: playing catch-up in a field it helped create.

In 2016, a few months after becoming CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai made a sweeping proclamation: Google, whose name had become synonymous with search, would now be an “AI-first” company. Announced at Google’s massive I/O developer conference, it was his first major order of business after taking the company reins.

What AI-first meant, exactly, was murky, but the stakes were not.

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