Take a seat and buckle up as we embark on a journey through the universe of artificial intelligence (AI), cruising past recent breakthroughs and speeding toward the future.
A Presidential Push for AI: The Biden Order
In an attempt to ensure America’s date with AI dominance isn’t stood up, President Biden recently signed an executive order that’s been stirring quite the tea in AI circles. The order focuses on nurturing AI and its development – pretty serious stuff if you ask us! But behold, critics and supporters alike are hopping aboard the discussion express – some fear an AI apocalypse, while others are ready to welcome our robot overlords.
OpenAI’s CEO Shuffle: A Twist in the AI Tale
OpenAI, renowned for its work on generative pre-trained transformers (GPTs), recently played musical chairs with its leadership roles. CEO Sam Altman stepped down amid communication issues but didn’t hang up his AI boots just yet, hopping over to Microsoft. Interestingly enough, calls for Altman’s return echoed through the AI lab before he ascended to his new role at Microsoft. Why do I sense a Netflix Original series brewing here?
Customised GPTs: Because One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Ever felt that a ‘one-size-fits-all’ tag is almost always followed by disappointment? Well, OpenAI clearly feels your pain. Their work on customised GPTs aims to provide models tailored for specific use cases. Furthermore, they’ve decided to sprinkle some capitalistic sugar over the deal – creators will eventually get paid based on their GPTs usage. So, if you’ve got a knack for AI tailoring, it’s time to finally put Gran’s sewing lessons to good use.
Copyright Conundrums: When AI and Law Collide
In a fascinating blend of artificial intelligence and legal discourse, StabilityAI and Midjourney find themselves entangled in a copyright lawsuit. The bone of contention? Deciding if there’s been a copyright violation concerning Stable Diffusion – oh, the intrigue! So, as the world waits for the courtroom drama to unfold, let’s have a moment of silence for all the lawyers having to explain AI training to the uninitiated.
Redefining Human-Computer Interactions: Multimodal LLMs
The runway’s open and multimodal large language models (LLMs) are ready for takeoff. These advanced AI systems can understand and generate content across several formats, including text, images, audio, and video. In essence, we’re looking at an AI that can virtually speak our language, see what we see, hear what we hear, and probably beat us at charades.
The Wearable AI Pin: Humane AI’s Bold Move
Imagine having a personal assistant attached to your clothing – no, not in a creepy way, but in the form of a wearable AI pin introduced by Humane AI. While its high price and limited features may have some raising an eyebrow, its potential is undeniable. I mean, who wouldn’t want a digital assistant ready to help at the drop of a hat… or pin?
Wrapping Up: The AI Adventure Continues
As we round off this swirl of AI news and updates, let’s spare a moment to thank our sources from McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP – Michael Borella, Aaron Gin, and the rest of the crew.
There you have it – all that’s been brewing in the generative AI sphere lately! It’s a wild ride for sure, but hey, as marketers, are we not used to that? With AI on our side, perhaps the next marketing campaign won’t be such an ominous mountain to climb…unless, of course, your AI assistant is afraid of heights!
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