Software King of the World Sir William Gates III claims that AI will soon create personal digital agents for humans so that they never have to go to a productivity site or Amazon again.
It needs to be more trustworthy than politicians
The leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) nations have called for the adoption of international technical standards to ensure AI trustworthiness.
When you lack innovation fall back on taxation
Fruity cargo-cult Apple was caught completely flatfooted by AI, without a product or plan, but insiders in the frying saucer believe that it is unnecessary for now.
Just like he did Tesla
The soon to be former supreme twit Elon [look at me] Musk claims he invented OpenAI and even came up with the name.
Before it is too late
AI bigwigs have been appearing before a US Senate Judiciary subcommittee to ask for some hard and fast regulations before things get out of hand.
DEF CON AI Village People looking for flaws
This year's DEF CON AI Village has invited hackers to find bugs and biases in large language models (LLMs) built by OpenAI, Google, and Anthropic.
And so it begins
OpenAI has sent a snotogramme to GPT4free demanding that it cease to exist within five days or face a lawsuit.
They could end up in court
Companies that depend too much on AI-backed solutions could find themselves in court, according to legal experts.
Apparently the government has not told them this is a bad idea
US institutional investors are indirectly financing a rash of Chinese AI startups aspiring to be China's answer to OpenAI.
Greener than Nvidia
Alphabet's Google details about the supercomputers it uses to train its artificial intelligence models, claim that the system is faster and more power-efficient than comparable systems from Nvidia.