Microsoft’s latest Future of Work Report comments on how AI is reshaping how we work, presenting generative AI in an overwhelmingly positive light.
The FTC aims to make sense of the various investments made by cloud providers into AI startups and how they affect the landscape of generative AI’s competitiveness.
Microsoft launched the Copilot app with free GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 access (for original image creation) over the holidays on the Play Store and the App Store without any official announcement.
The Times joins the fight against OpenAI’s LLMs using publishers’ work without permission and publicly featurng it to its users with a fresh lawsuit.
The drama concludes and Sam Altman goes back to OpenAI, not as a board member, and fires the previous board except one.
Microsoft has finally unveiled its custom AI accelerator and a processor for LLM and AI inferencing workloads.
In a bid to consolidate different AI capabilities spread across its various products and projects including Microsoft 365, GitHub, Bing, and Edge, Microsoft elaborated on the Copilot app—A single experience aimed to be your one-stop assistant with solutions. In the official blog post, the company pushed Copilot as an app that can provide better assistance… Continue reading Microsoft Announces Slew of AI Upgrades for Products Including Win11
In a gigantic mishap, Microsoft employees accidentally spilled private data alongside AI training data on GitHub with full control.
Microsoft’s Brad Smith pushes for licensing requirements for risky AI systems.
Citing an upcoming research paper, AP News reports how the water usage has spiked to train and operate ChatGPT and similar tools.