In December 2023 AI news, Israel utilizes “The Gospel” AI for selecting bombing targets in Gaza, the New York Times sues OpenAI and Microsoft over copyrights, while job displacement due to AI looms large, particularly for bank tellers and clerical roles. KISS may continue to tour using AI avatars, Microsoft enhances Copilot with GPT-4, and Google introduces Gemini AI. Despite safety issues, Tesla faces no safeguards against unsuitable Autopilot use. The EU passes pioneering laws regulating AI, focusing on safety, transparency, and fairness.
October 2023 AI and LLM news covers deepfake exploitation of celebrities and public figures, the issue of AI-generated child sexual abuse imagery, and AI advancements in China and the U.S. AI is replacing call center jobs globally, affecting economies like India and the Philippines. Stack Overflow faces layoffs due to ChatGPT’s coding capabilities. AI regulations are influenced by billionaire-funded positions. Improvements are noted in Bard and ChatGPT, while Google’s SGE now offers generative features. President Biden issues a comprehensive AI executive order.
In September 2023 OpenAI combined their LLM chatbot ChatGPT with their AI-powered image-generating app DALL-E. Now instead of typing text prompts to generate an image, users can converse with ChatGPT who will then create the best prompt to generate an image. It works in reverse, too. Now you can upload an image to ChatGPT and … Read more
As the U.S. Department of Justice and 49 states sue Google over antitrust violations, emerging AI-powered chatbots like ChatGPT and Bing Chat, along with Google’s own Bard, are transforming the search landscape. These technologies offer direct answers, challenging Google’s ad revenue model and potentially making the anti-trust case moot.