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Dec 6, 2023

AMD To Launch AI Chip Wednesday That Could Heat Up Competition With Nvidia

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KEY TAKEAWAYSAdvanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) on Wednesday is to launch its latest chip designed for artificial intelligence (AI) systems. The launch event could feature a comparison with competing Nvidia products and an appearance from Microsoft, Wedbush analysts said in a research report. The new…

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) is set to unveil its latest chip designed to power artificial intelligence (AI) systems on Wednesday, a move that could help the chipmaker compete with Nvidia (NVDA) amid the AI boom.

The company is to launch the Instinct MI300 data center graphics processing unit (GPU) accelerator, at Wednesday’s AMD “Advancing AI” event. Alongside the new AI chip, AMD says it will “highlight the company’s growing momentum with AI hardware and software partners.”

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Dec 6, 2023

‘Mega-deals’ could be inflating overall AI funding figures

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It’s safe to say that VCs struck while the iron was hot this year where it concerned generative AI.

A recent report from Pitchbook shows that ‘mega-deals’ could be inflating AI startup funding totals, giving a misleading picture of the sector’s health.

Dec 6, 2023

Make no mistake—AI is owned by Big Tech

Posted by in categories: policy, robotics/AI

If we’re not careful, Microsoft, Amazon, and other large companies will leverage their position to set the policy agenda for AI, as they have in many other sectors.

Dec 6, 2023

IBM & Meta Launch the AI Alliance for Safe, Open AI

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In an era where artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping the contours of technology, a groundbreaking initiative has emerged: the AI Alliance. The alliance is a consortium of leading organizations spanning various sectors — industry, academia, research, startups, and government–united in their commitment to fostering open innovation and open science in AI.

Created by IBM and Meta, the AI Alliance is a testament to the belief that open and transparent innovation is crucial for harnessing AI advancements in a way that prioritizes safety, diversity, and widespread economic opportunity.

At the heart of the AI Alliance’s mission is creating an open community that accelerates responsible AI innovation while ensuring scientific rigor and trust. The effort is action-oriented and distinctly international, reflecting the global nature of AI’s impact.

Dec 6, 2023

The True Value Of Data And AI In Human Resources

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As we venture deeper into the digital era, the scope and possibilities of data and artificial intelligence (AI) in human resources (HR) are expanding at an unprecedented rate.

Johnson & Johnson deployed an AI-based writing tool, Textio, to identify unconscious bias in their job listings. Upon identifying a masculine tilt in the language of many of their job postings, they made some AI-driven adjustments that led to a 9% uptick in female applicants.

Unilever employs AI to streamline the initial stages of its recruitment process. Candidates are asked to play a number of games that test their logic, aptitude, reasoning, and appetite for risk. Then the HR team uses machine learning algorithms to assess candidates’ suitability for the role they have applied for, by matching their profiles against previously successful employees. This approach has not only improved the efficiency of Unilever’s recruitment process but also provided a more engaging candidate experience.

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Dec 6, 2023

The Future of Security with AI: Microsoft champions game-changing generative AI-security solution to protect more with less

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Scientists develop ‘Targettrack’ to accelerate brain imaging research.

A team of scientists have developed a pioneering AI method to track neurons inside moving and deforming animals.

Dec 6, 2023

Chinese researchers develop new hydrogel to harvest water from air

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The gel demonstrated an adsorption capacity of about six times its weight in humid conditions and 90 percent of this water could be recovered.

In arid areas, vapor from the air is the only option but needs an inexpensive and scalable technique to produce large amounts of water.

Dec 6, 2023

Watch ‘world’s most powerful’ humanoid robot withstand brutal kicks

Posted by in categories: drones, mobile phones, robotics/AI

The Chinese firm, Unitree, claims that its upgraded humanoid robot, “powertrain provides the highest level of speed, power, maneuverability and flexibility.”

Chinese robotic systems firm Unitree marks a groundbreaking development with the upgrade of its humanoid robot.

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Dec 6, 2023

Kiwi Navy will test new AI, solar-powered robot boat for endless recon

Posted by in categories: climatology, robotics/AI, surveillance, sustainability

The Royal New Zealand Navy is currently awaiting the arrival of its latest Uncrewed Surface Vessel, the wind-powered “Bluebottle,” ahead of a 7-month sea trial.

The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) will soon receive its first 22.3-foot (6.8-meter) long renewable-powered Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) to trial on a short-term lease, the New Zealand Defense Force has announced. Called “Bluebottle,” the USV will provide persistent surveillance around the waters of New Zealand for fishery protection, border protection, or meteorological data.

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Dec 6, 2023

IBM finally unveils quantum powerhouse, a 1,000+ qubit processor

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, mathematics, quantum physics, supercomputing

With a processor that has fewer qubits, IBM has improved error correction, paving the way for the use of these processors in real life.

IBM has unveiled its much-awaited 1,000+ qubit quantum processor Condor, alongside a utility-scale processor dubbed IBM Quantum Heron at its Quantum Summit in New York. The latter is the first in the series of utility-scale quantum processors that IBM took four years to build, the company said in a press release.

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