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AI news summary [April 17]: Adobe introduces Acrobat AI helper, India considers Nvidia GPUs for AI project, and other updates

Adobe has introduced a new AI assistant for Acrobat to improve document interactions. According to reports, India is considering using Nvidia GPUs for its AI mission. Microsoft’s AI Copilot is changing the coding scene, while Google is collaborating with the National Guard for AI-powered disaster response efforts. Stay updated with our daily roundup for more news. 1. Adobe introduces Acrobat AI assistant to improve document interaction Adobe has released Acrobat AI Assistant, which integrates generative artificial intelligence into Reader and Acrobat workflows. This innovation increases productivity by enabling conversational interaction…

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Infused with GPT-4, GitHub’s Copilot can do a lot more, including answering engineers’ questions and converting code from one programming language to another. (AP) News 

GitHub utilizes AI, utilizes Microsoft Copilot to automate tasks and transform coding sector

Software developer Nikolai Avteniev was quick to recognize the potential of Microsoft Corp.’s Copilot coding assistant when he obtained a preview version in 2021. Developed by Microsoft’s GitHub coding platform and based on OpenAI’s version of generative artificial intelligence, the assistant was not perfect and sometimes went wrong. But Avteniev, who works at ticket seller StubHub, was surprised by how cleverly it completed lines of code with just a few prompts. All he had to do was press the tab key and Copilot did the rest. “Instead of using 15…

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AI news summary [April 16]: UK to create regulations for AI, Microsoft to invest $1.5 billion in G42, and other updates

AI news update for April 16: The United Kingdom is currently working on drafting regulations for AI technologies like OpenAI’s ChatGPT to prevent potential harm. Meanwhile, Microsoft is set to invest $1.5 billion in UAE-based AI company G42, with approval from both US and UAE governments. Stay tuned for more AI updates. 1. The UK has started developing AI regulations to de-risk The UK has started drafting an AI regulation that will apply to new emerging technologies and large language models. These regulations also apply to current and future artificial…

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Microsoft and G42 described their assurances to the U.S. and UAE governments as a first of its kind agreement to ensure the secure, trusted and responsible development and deployment of AI. (AP) AI 

Microsoft plans to invest $1.5 billion in AI firm G42 for the development of responsible AI

Microsoft has revealed plans to invest $1.5 billion in the UAE’s artificial intelligence company G42, securing a minority stake and a seat on the board. This move aims to strengthen the partnership between the two companies in the competitive landscape of AI technology. The global race for tech dominance has intensified in recent years, with AI emerging as a key focus for companies worldwide. As part of a deal the two companies brokered for the US and UAE governments over security, G42 would use Microsoft cloud services to run its…

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Details on Adobe’s new Acrobat AI Assistant, which can automatically respond to queries from PDF documents, have been released.

Adobe has made significant enhancements to its user experience by incorporating various AI tools and features into multiple products. The company has entered the AI competition by continuously introducing new AI capabilities. The latest addition is the Acrobat AI Assistant, designed to simplify the comprehension of digital documents like lengthy PDFs and articles. Initially released in beta in February, the AI assistant is now being officially launched to users. Learn more about the functionality of the Adobe Acrobat AI Assistant. About Adobe Acrobat AI Assistant features Adobe revealed that Acrobat…

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Meta AI is the AI-powered assistant that is now available in Meta’s suite of apps, but is it really different from OpenAI’s ChatGPT? (HT Tech) AI 

Are ChatGPT and Meta AI the same? WhatsApp’s response may shock you

Meta Platforms has recently integrated additional artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities into its various apps like Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. This move may be aimed at staying competitive in the AI market. The company’s most recent development is Meta AI, an AI-driven chatbot that allows users to engage in conversations and complete tasks like creating AI images. Based on Meta’s generative text model Llama 2, Meta AI promises human-like interaction. The tech giant has partnered with Microsoft’s Bing to bring real-time information retrieval to text-based conversations. However, is Meta AI really…

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Elon Musk's xAI unveils Grok 1.5 Vision, a new AI model with integrated computer vision features, competing directly with GPT-4 Vision and Gemini 1.5 Pro. (Bloomberg) News 

Elon Musk Introduces Grok 1.5 Vision

Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence company, xAI, has unveiled an enhanced version of its Grok 1.5 model called Grok 1.5 Vision. This updated model now includes computer vision capabilities, enabling it to analyze visual content and answer questions related to images. This announcement follows closely after OpenAI’s introduction of the GPT-4 model, which also incorporates computer vision technology. XAI announced this update via its official X account (formerly Twitter) and shared insights into the model’s features via a blog post. While the core features of Grok 1.5 remain consistent with this…

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AI developments on April 15: AI set to revolutionize fashion with increased diversity, research underway on AI’s influence on immersive media, and other updates.

In the world of AI, London-based model Alexsandrah now has a virtual counterpart thanks to AI technology. This innovative creation showcases the transformative power of AI in creative fields. Additionally, upcoming research will explore the impact of AI on immersive media within 5G Networks, focusing on media packaging, ingestion, delivery, and related issues. Artificial intelligence creates a virtual twin of London-based model Alexsandra Alexsandrah, a London-based model, benefits from using her virtual version, just like a human model. While many in the industry support the technology as it promotes diversity,…

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AI developments on April 15: AI set to revolutionize fashion with increased diversity, research underway on AI’s influence on immersive media, and other updates.

In the world of AI, London-based model Alexsandrah now has a virtual counterpart thanks to AI technology. This innovative creation showcases the transformative power of AI in creative fields. Additionally, upcoming research will explore the impact of AI on immersive media within 5G Networks, focusing on media packaging, ingestion, delivery, and related issues. Artificial intelligence creates a virtual twin of London-based model Alexsandra Alexsandrah, a London-based model, benefits from using her virtual version, just like a human model. While many in the industry support the technology as it promotes diversity,…

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The Tokyo office will be the OpenAI's third outpost overseas, following the opening of its doors in London and recently Dublin. (REUTERS) AI 

OpenAI opens new office in Tokyo, appoints former Amazon employee to lead AI initiative.

OpenAI has been actively working to advance artificial intelligence in recent months, facing competition from global tech giants like Microsoft and Google. To strengthen its efforts, the organization has appointed the former president of Amazon Web Services’s Japan division to lead its initiative to attract enterprise clients in the fourth-largest economy worldwide, as reported by Bloomberg. OpenAI opens an office in Japan OpenAI has announced that it will open an office in Tokyo as it releases a custom GPT-4 model that caters to Japanese language users. It said it has…

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Are robots really stealing jobs? Amazon executive dispels myths surrounding AI and employment impact. (Unsplash) AI 

Top Amazon executive reassures workers that AI will not replace their jobs

The tech community is feeling anxious about the potential impact of AI on employment, but a senior Amazon executive is challenging the idea that robots and technology are responsible for job cuts. Stefano La Rovere, Amazon’s head of global robotics, mechatronics and sustainable packaging, argued in an interview with CNBC this week that the belief that technology will displace jobs is unfounded. Contrary to popular opinion, La Rovere emphasized that advanced robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies will not replace manual labor, but rather will strengthen individuals’ roles in…

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ChatGPT receives major upgrades, including image analysis and editing capabilities, which improve user experience and accessibility. (AFP) News 

OpenAI’s latest update enhances ChatGPT’s capabilities: Here’s a rundown of the new features

OpenAI has released major improvements to its popular chatbot, ChatGPT, with the goal of transforming how users engage with the technology. The upgrades feature increased language capabilities and the addition of image input capabilities, highlighting the company’s dedication to advancing conversational AI. Improved image analysis for Plus users An exceptional update for Plus users is the ability to upload images for analysis by ChatGPT. Users can simply take a photo and prompt the chatbot to describe its content, providing practical applications from object recognition to aiding decision-making situations, such as…

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Adobe ventures into AI-driven content creation, forging partnerships with creatives to enrich its text-to-video model and create lifelike scenarios. (unsplash) AI 

Adobe increases AI capabilities with text-to-video model, Collaborates with artists for data gathering

According to reports, Adobe is working on creating an AI-driven system for converting text into videos. The company is looking to improve this system by acquiring video content from photographers and artists. Adobe plans to use this content, along with its collection of stock images and videos, to train its AI model. Sources mentioned by Bloomberg state that Adobe is offering an average payment of $2.62 (around Rs. 220) per minute of video content submitted. What is Adobe planning? Adobe has reached out to its network of photographers and artists…

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Summary of AI news [April 13]: CJI Chandrachud promotes ethical AI, discusses AI investment and other developments

CJI Chandrachud promotes ethical AI in legal research; BlackRock CEO predicts AI investment will increase productivity and worker salaries; Instagram improves content discovery with generative AI integration; Surat municipal schools to introduce AI and coding courses- these are just a few highlights from today’s news roundup. Let’s dive in. 1. CJI Chandrachud advocates ethical AI in legal research Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud defends the integration of ethical AI in legal research at the Indo-Singapore Judicial Conference. He praises the role of technology in reforming the judiciary and emphasizes…

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OpenAI introduces GPT-4 Turbo with Vision in ChatGPT, enabling image-based responses for enhanced conversational AI. (AFP) AI 

What’s new in OpenAI’s ChatGPT with Vision: Introducing GPT-4 Turbo

OpenAI, a prominent AI research and deployment firm, has announced the release of GPT-4 Turbo with Vision in ChatGPT, their popular AI chatbot. This upgrade is now available through the Application Programming Interface (API). Paid users of ChatGPT can now upload images to receive responses, expanding the capabilities of the newly introduced GPT-4 Turbo with Vision. GPT-4 with Turbo Vision: What’s new? The latest iteration, GPT-4 Turbo, offers up to 128,000 characters, a significant leap over the 8x increase over GPT-3.5 Turbo. Tokens act as blocks of data entered into…

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AI news roundup [April 9]: New remote proctored exam platform revealed, South Korea’s AI investments and other updates

AI news update: As demand for online exams rises, a company has introduced an AI-driven remote proctored exam platform to prevent cheating. Additionally, South Korea is set to invest $7 billion in AI to maintain its status as a top semiconductor chip provider. Stay informed with more AI updates from April 9 in our roundup. A new artificial intelligence-powered remote monitoring test platform was announced A company called ExamOnline launched a next-generation online remote aptitude test platform based on artificial intelligence technology. The platform utilizes AI-assisted surveillance and uses technologies…

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Elon Musk anticipates AGI smarter than humans by next year (REUTERS) AI 

Elon Musk of Tesla predicts that AI will surpass the intelligence of the smartest human by next year.

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, stated on Monday that he anticipates the creation of artificial intelligence that surpasses human intelligence by either next year or by 2026. In a wide-ranging interview about X spaces suffering from a number of technology glitches, Musk also told Norwegian investment fund CEO Nicolai Tangen that the availability of electricity was limiting AI and that the next version of Grok, his xAI startup’s AI chatbot, was expected to be ready by May. “If you define AGI (artificial general intelligence) as a smarter human, I think…

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5 AI developments you might have overlooked today: Introduction of world’s first AI software tester, CGI and Microsoft’s collaboration on AI, and more.

AI automation is gaining popularity in the tech industry, with TestGrid introducing the first AI Software Tester to streamline testing processes. CGI and Microsoft also discussed the impact of generative AI on the digital revolution. Stay updated on the latest AI developments in our roundup. The world’s first artificial intelligence software tester was announced Leading automation testing company TestGrid announced CoTester, an AI-powered software tester that makes automation testers easier. The tool has the ability to understand complex software testing and can run on various testing frameworks such as Selenium,…

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