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This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Meme craze coolsShares of GameStop and AMC rose on Tuesday, extending Monday's gains after "Roaring Kitty" made a reappearance. Shares, however, gave up some of their earlier gains, suggesting enthusiasm for the so-called meme stocks was fading. Powell: Inflation falling slowlyFederal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said inflation was not slowing as quickly as anticipated, requiring the central bank to maintain its current interest rates for longer.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Powell, Australia's, CNBC's Yun Li Organizations: Google Gemini, CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Treasury, GameStop, AMC, Biden, Sony, China's CSI, AMC Entertainment Locations: Brussels, Belgium, China, Amsterdam, Asia, Pacific, Hong Kong, South Korea
The AI engineer bailed on his friends, who had traveled from the East Coast to the Seattle area. watch nowThis is the dark underbelly of the generative AI gold rush. Last year marked the beginning of the generative AI boom, following the debut of OpenAI's ChatGPT near the end of 2022. Justin Sullivan | Getty ImagesAn AI engineer at Microsoft said the company is engaged in an "AI rat race." The Microsoft AI engineer said a lot of tasks are about "trying to create AI hype" with no practical use.
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Anthropic CEO Dario Amodei said training AI could one day cost $100 billion. Amodei told CNBC that he isn't worried about the commoditization of large language AI models. Amodei told CNBC that current models already cost a company $100 million to develop — and that price will only increase as the technology advances. "I think we're going to see models trained in the next year are going to be about $1 billion," Amodei told the outlet. Amodei said some AI models may specialize in topics like law or national security, while others could gain expertise in biochemistry.
Persons: Dario Amodei, Amodei, , Claude, Daniela Amodei, Elon Musk, we're Organizations: CNBC, Service, Amazon, Google Locations: Anthropic
Microsoft Copilot and Google Gemini have been advertised as AI-powered productivity tools. But Ethan Mollick, a leading AI expert, has a more cynical view of the products. Copilot automates middle management while Gemini makes surveillance easier, he told WSJ. AdvertisementMicrosoft and Google rolled out their own AI-powered productivity tools last year, touting them as products that could revolutionize how people work. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Ethan Mollick, , JP Morgan Organizations: Microsoft, Google, Gemini, Service, University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, White, Business
"If there's a clear and present market reality, we need to twitch faster, like the athletes twitch faster," he said. The spokesperson highlighted the addition of generative AI to search and improvements in search quality, adding, "There's lots more to come." In March, Google named company veteran Elizabeth Reid to the role of vice president, leading search and reporting to Raghavan. "We're in a new cost reality," Raghavan said. Demis Hassabis, Google's AI leader, said in February after the tool was taken down that it would be re-released in weeks.
Persons: Prabhakar Raghavan, Julia Nikhinson, Raghavan, Sundar Pichai, TikTok, dory, Elizabeth Reid, Ruth Porat, We've, Jonathan Raa, we've, they've, Demis, Bard, Pichai, That's Organizations: Google, US, Bloomberg, Getty, CNBC, Mazda, Microsoft, Google Gemini, Nurphoto, Union's, European Commission, Gemini Locations: Washington , DC, Mountain View , California, Silicon Valley, India, Brazil, Brussels, Belgium
Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during Meta Connect event at Meta headquarters in Menlo Park, California on September 27, 2023. Meta on Thursday announced its free artificial intelligence assistant, Meta AI, is rolling out across its social media platforms WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook and Messenger. The assistant can answer questions, create animations and generate images, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a video. Meta AI was built on the company's latest large language model called Meta Llama 3, which was also announced Thursday. "We believe that Meta AI is now the most intelligent AI assistant that you can freely use," Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in the video.
Persons: Mark Zuckerberg, OpenAI's ChatGPT Organizations: Meta, Facebook, Google, Microsoft Locations: Menlo Park , California
Charlie Perez | Nurphoto | Getty ImagesHow it worksHyperShield serves as a "shield for security," Patel said, explaining that it takes security directly to the things that need to be secured. It allows Cisco's AI to divide a computer network into smaller parts to improve performance and security. Designed with AI in mindPatel said Cisco's HyperShield technology was designed with a new world of digital AI assistants – like ChatGPT, Google Gemini, and other advanced tools – in mind. "We're moving from a world of scarcity to a world of abundance, with digital AI assistants for everything," Patel told CNBC. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Cisco share price performance year-over-year, compared with the performance of the Nasdaq Composite over the same period.
Persons: Charlie Perez, HyperShield, Patel, , it's Organizations: Cisco, Mobile, Nurphoto, Google, CNBC, Nasdaq Locations: Barcelona, Spain
AdvertisementThe upshot: For now, Google is testing out self-generated "AI overviews" for some regular search queries where it thinks the answer might be complex (but answerable). A Google rep told me the AI answers have been deployed in a "very limited percentage of search traffic" in the US and the UK. Screenshot/GoogleBecause I am A Responsible Journalist, I also asked Google how Google Magi, which powers these results, does or doesn't interact with the tech powering Google Gemini, its much-maligned "woke AI" chatbot. Right now, Google tries to keep you on Google by surfacing text from a site that purports to answer your query. AdvertisementOn the one hand, maybe Google becomes even more valuable because you're no longer even pretending it's a "search engine" — it's just an answer machine.
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In this photo illustration, a Gemini logo is seen displayed on a smartphone with a Google logo in the background. "However, depending on the data that Gen AI is trained on, the model learns and reflects that in its outputs," he said. Crucial to managing issues of potential bias in AI is to have clear processes in place and prioritize responsible AI from the beginning, said Joe Atkinson, chief products and technology officer at consulting firm PwC. "For example, a healthcare chatbot powered by generative AI can provide explanations for its diagnoses and treatment recommendations, helping patients understand the underlying factors and mitigating potential biases in medical advice." Diversity in AI development teams, dataCompanies also need to create diverse and inclusive development teams.
Persons: Siva Ganesan, Joe Atkinson, Atkinson, Ritu Jyoti, Jyoti, Ganesan Organizations: Google, Cloud, Tata Consultancy Services, International Data Corp
A CEO and a VC used Google's Gemini AI models for investment advice. Gemini listed Google parent Alphabet as a top 'Bottleneck Stock.' The AI model noted Google's domination of the online advertising market. Every Media CEO Dan Shipper recently posted a video of him playing with Google Gemini AI models, including the fancy 1.5 version. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: , Dan Shipper, Jesse Beyroutey Organizations: Service, Every, Google, Business
Today, the emergence of huge AI models is turning this book-scanning debate on its head. So it's safe to interpret this comment as a yes: Google will use this data to train future AI models. Developers versus corporate customersThe internet giant treats information shared with its AI models and services differently, depending on the offering. It's probably why some big companies have sent around warnings again recently prohibiting employees from sharing sensitive data with AI models. Prompt data controlsHere are some other important tips for controlling how Google uses any prompts you submit to its AI models.
Persons: , Larry Page, Sundar Pichai, Gemini Organizations: Google Gemini, Service, Google, Gemini, Services
The aforementioned Siri is an obvious area in need of a generative AI upgrade. That said, we do know that Apple has been hard at work on its own generative AI model, Ajax. However, if true, this would prove a major, and much-needed, win for Alphabet in generative AI. AAPL YTD mountain Apple YTD As for Apple, we've been expecting an update on its generative AI efforts at some point this year. A smart phone displaying Google with Google Gemini in the background is being featured in this photo illustration in Brussels, Belgium, on February 8, 2024.
Persons: Tim Cook, Apple, we're, Bard, Sundar Pichai, Jim Cramer, Apple's Siri, Siri, It's, we've, Jim, Jim Cramer's, Jonathan Raa Organizations: Apple, Bloomberg, Google, ChatGPT, Microsoft, CNBC, Ajax, Developers, Nvidia, Charitable Trust, Google Gemini, Nurphoto, Getty Locations: U.S, Wells, Brussels, Belgium
So we have to talk about the drama that has been playing out in the past week between OpenAI and Elon Musk. According to OpenAI, Elon Musk wanted majority, equity, initial board control, and to be CEO of this new for-profit subsidiary. It’s basically —casey newtonIt’s like, I’m going to find a way to follow your rule, but in the worst way possible. Like, working was one I thought that, oh, I’m going to work in this all the time. kevin roose[LAUGHS]: Well, I thought, like, I’m going to take some spatial videos.
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Google's Gemini flop looks bad from the outside. Ask the folks who worked on Apple Maps. Apple Maps fiasco could point the way forwardBut let's be more positive this time around, with a different echo from the Big Tech Screwups file: Remember Apple Maps? And then, over time, Apple did get its act together, and people did start using Apple Maps, and now there are plenty of normal people who use Apple Maps as a default, and some of them even argue that it's better than Google Maps. Except: The time between Apple Maps' flop and that article I linked to above — headline: "People Have Begun to Love Apple's Most Hated Product" — was more than a decade.
Persons: , Alex Kantrowitz, wokeness, OpenAI, Hunter, Tim Cook, Cook, Apple's, Gemini Organizations: Google, Big Tech, Apple, Service, Gemini, Microsoft
Jack Krawczyk, a Google artificial intelligence product lead, has pulled away from social media sites, including X and LinkedIn, after the troubled launch of the company's AI image generator made him the target of online harassment. Krawczyk, who is typically active on social media, where he's known to solicit user feedback and to praise Google products and colleagues, removed identifying information and made some accounts private. Krawczyk's official title is senior director of product management for Gemini, the company’s main group of AI models. Krawczyk has since removed images of himself as well as any identifying information from social media platforms. WATCH: Google vs. Google
Persons: Jack Krawczyk, Krawczyk, Sundar Pichai, Critics, Elon Musk Organizations: X, Gemini, Google
The Google Gemini conspiracy theory
  + stars: | 2024-02-28 | by ( Alistair Barr | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +4 min
Google had to pull parts of its fancy Gemini AI model after it spat out inaccurate images and text. To catch you up: Google had to pull part of its fancy new Gemini AI model after it spat out inaccurate pictures, including depicting Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin as Asian. One theory is that Googlers are too woke and their biases have infected what could be a powerful and useful AI model. AdvertisementIs this Google future? Probably not as profitable revenue as Google Search, but that's still a lot.
Persons: , there's, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, it's, Mark Shmulik, Bernstein, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, that's Organizations: Google, Service
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC’s full interview with Big Technology’s Alex Kantrowitz and Solus’ Dan GreenhausCNBC’s Deirdre Bosa, Big Technology’s Alex Kantrowitz and Solus’ Dan Greenhaus, join 'Closing Bell' to discuss Google Gemini's AI inaccuracies and what it could mean for the mega cap tech company.
Persons: Big, Alex Kantrowitz, Dan Greenhaus CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa, Dan Greenhaus Organizations: Google
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGoogle's search isn't in danger of replacement by AI, says Big Tech's Alex KantrowitzCNBC’s Deirdre Bosa and Big Technology’s Alex Kantrowitz, join 'Closing Bell' to discuss Google Gemini's AI inaccuracies and what it could mean for the mega cap tech company.
Persons: Big, Alex Kantrowitz CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa, Alex Kantrowitz Organizations: Google
Google just can't seem to catch a break
  + stars: | 2024-02-23 | by ( Hasan Chowdhury | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +4 min
The search giant announced a major upgrade to its AI model Gemini. Google under fireGoogle's big problem came after Gemini users started to report problems this week with its image-generation feature. For Google, the moment is one that casts a shadow over real advances it has made in AI to keep it neck-and-neck with competitors. In part, it's because the Gemini image generation blunder really is as bad as people say. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has previously said he feels "very comfortable" about where the company is with its AI mission.
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Google says it will fix Gemini, its answer to OpenAI's GPT-4, after people complained the multi-modal AI model's image-generating feature was "woke." On Thursday, the company said in a statement sent to Business Insider that it was pausing Gemini from generating AI images of people while it makes the changes. AdvertisementNew game: Try to get Google Gemini to make an image of a Caucasian male. Woke AI Gemini is awkward… it keeps inserting the word “diverse” into its responses even though the prompt isn’t for such content. Google; Business InsiderThe spokesperson added that Google will "re-release an improved version soon."
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The embarrassing blunder shows how AI tools still struggle with the concept of race. Google’s attempt to overcome this, however, appears to have backfired and made it difficult for the AI chatbot to generate images of White people. Gemini, like other AI tools such as ChatGPT, is trained on vast troves of online data. Experts have long warned that AI tools therefore have the potential to replicate the racial and gender biases baked into that information. This screen grab shows CNN asking Google Gemini to create an AI-generated image of a "White farmer in the South" and the tool's response.
Persons: OpenAI’s Dall, Gemini, Clare Duffy, , , Jack Krawczyk, Bard, James Webb Organizations: New, New York CNN, Google, CNN, White, Tech, Gemini, James Webb Space Telescope Locations: New York, White, Dublin ”
The researchers behind the SemiAnalysis blog say Google's upcoming AI Gemini smashes GPT-4. That might explain OpenAI boss Sam Altman's defensive response to a post published over the weekend titled : "Google Gemini Eats The World – Gemini Smashes GPT-4 By 5X, The GPU-Poors." Gemini is a next-gen, multimodal AI model being worked on by researchers at Google's AI arm DeepMind, and is expected to be released later in 2023. In response, SemiAnalysis' Patel posted on X that he got data on Google's GPU stores from a supplier of Google — rather than Google itself. But to say Gemini Smashes GPT-4 by 5x makes it sound like it is 5x better than GPT-4, it's not, its 5x compute.
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