China’s Baidu, which ranks among the world’s top tech firms and operates the country’s most popular search engine, has launched an AI that it says will pose competition to OpenAI’s iconic ChatGPT.
Category: TRENDS IN AI – Nov 7 2023
LinkedIn, the professional social media platform owned by Microsoft, has developed an AI that can answer questions about whether products, data downloads, and other digital tools comply with a company’s security policies or pose cybersecurity threats.
About 13 million American adults are using ChatGPT, TikTok, and other AI-powered search tools instead of Google, Bing, and the usual engines, a number that will grow to 90 million by 2027, according to data from consulting firm Activate.
The New York Times, long known as the U.S.’s “newspaper of record,” has surrendered to the economic realities of newspapering in the 21st century: bots can help the bottom line by doing work that reporters used to do.
ChatGPT’s most popular uses so far are as an artist, assistant, brainstorming partner, and researcher. However, when engineers at Nvidia, the company making specialized AI chips, opened the hood and began tinkering with its engine, they found a much more sophisticated and capable entity than they had expected.