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Microsoft named a new chief information security officer, according to an internal email. Igor Tsyganskiy, Bridgewater's former chief technology officer, will take on the role Jan. 1. The move suggests Microsoft and Bell want to shake up the CISO role and strategy, one insider said. Microsoft's security boss Charlie Bell, in an internal email to employees Tuesday, named a new chief information security officer and announced new roles for the current CISO and deputy CISO, the latter of which will be leaving the organization. Igor Tsyganskiy, the former Bridgewater chief technology officer who recently joined Microsoft, will become the company's new CISO on January 1.
Persons: Igor Tsyganskiy, Bell, Charlie Bell, CISO Organizations: Microsoft, Bridgewater, Security, Business
Three weeks after OpenAI's board briefly pushed out CEO Sam Altman without providing a specific reason for its decision, former director Reid Hoffman says he's still puzzled by what took place and why. He stepped down from OpenAI's board in March and said he hasn't spoken with any of the board members, though he said he did communicate with Altman. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella offered to hire Altman, OpenAI president Greg Brockman and their colleagues in a new advanced AI research group. "I do think that we're in a much better place in the world" to have Altman in the CEO seat again, Hoffman said. WATCH: Sam Altman returns as OpenAI CEO and Microsoft secures nonvoting board seat
Persons: Sam Altman, Reid Hoffman, he's, Hoffman, Altman, OpenAI, Ilya Sutskever, Altman wasn't, Helen Toner, Adam Selipsky, Microsoft's, Satya Nadella, Greg Brockman, quickliy, isn't Organizations: LinkedIn, Bloomberg, New York Times, Reuters, Yorker, Microsoft, Benz Locations: San Francisco, Las Vegas
REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDec 5 (Reuters) - Elon Musk's artificial intelligence startup xAI has filed with the U.S. securities regulator to raise up to $1 billion in an equity offering, according to a filing on Tuesday. In a Twitter Spaces event earlier in the year he said that rather than explicitly programming morality into its AI, xAI will seek to create a "maximally curious" AI. The billionaire, who has criticized Big Tech's AI efforts as ridden with censorship, in July launched xAI, calling it a "maximum truth-seeking AI" to rival Google's (GOOGL.O) Bard and Microsoft's Bing AI. In 2015, Musk co-founded OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, which has created a frenzy for generative AI technology around the world, but stepped down from the board in 2018. The team behind xAI, which launched in July this year, comes from Google's DeepMind, the Windows parent, and other top AI research firms.
Persons: Elon Musk, Porte, Gonzalo Fuentes, xAI, Google's, Bard, Microsoft's Bing, XAI, Musk, Google's DeepMind, Akash Sriram, Jaiveer, Arsheeya Bajwa, Shailesh Organizations: SpaceX, Tesla, Twitter, Viva Technology, Porte de, REUTERS, Elon, Securities and Exchange Commission, Microsoft Corp, Regulators, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Bengaluru
Shanghai wants Microsoft to promote AI tech in city - govt
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
A Microsoft sign at the U.S. tech giant's offices in Issy-les-Moulineaux, near Paris, France, January 25, 2023. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsBEIJING, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Shanghai authorities told Microsoft's (MSFT.O) visiting president on Tuesday they want his company to promote artificial intelligence technology to boost businesses there, the Chinese financial hub's government said. Chen Jining, Shanghai's Communist party Secretary, made the remarks while meeting Microsoft President and Vice Chair Brad Smith, the government said. Shanghai was also open to Microsoft collaborating on studying technology-related governance frameworks and standards, Chen said. Reporting by Beijing Newsroom;Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Gonzalo Fuentes, Microsoft's, Chen Jining, Brad Smith, Chen Organizations: Microsoft, REUTERS, Rights, Communist, Beijing Newsroom, Thomson Locations: Issy, Paris, France, Rights BEIJING, Shanghai
And I think that's just a testament to the world being really big and messy, and that these systems are still evolving, they're still really in their infancy. That may be a thing that's useful in your work, or maybe a thing that's useful in your life, or it may just be a fun thing – it may just be that you create a funny GPT and it's a cool thing to have. High-level, we always knew that we wanted to have a structure that, at its core, retained the original OpenAI – the OpenAI nonprofit. So that's the first thing to understand, I think, about OpenAI: It's not a normal company in that sense. We have shared that we have an initial board now, and expect to add more board membersWhat's the general mood like at the company right now?
Persons: OpenAI, Sam, Altman, Brad Lightcap, Lightcap, ChatGPT, OpenAI's, Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, Adam D'Angelo, Dev Day, DALL, we'd, doesn't, haven't, they've, – there's, There's, , We're, we've, Dev, It's, You've, Sam Altman, reappointment Organizations: CNBC, Fortune, Microsoft, ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI, OpenAI's Locations: San Francisco
A new batch of Wall Street commentary on Monday highlights exactly why we're bullish on mega cap tech stocks Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT). AAPL YTD mountain Apple (AAPL) year-to-date performance New data from UBS indicated that Apple continues to grab market share in India. That's one of many reasons why the Club continues to reiterate an "own it, don't trade it" stance on Apple stock. Microsoft also confirmed that the company has had consistent access and rights to all of OpenAI's intellectual property and technology. Microsoft stock, up over 53% year-to-date, was trading 1.49% lower Monday, at $368.09.
Persons: OpenAI, Apple, Tim Cook, We're, , Sam Altman, Altman, Piper Sandler, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Brendan Mcdermid Organizations: Apple, Microsoft, UBS, Analysts, CNBC, Counterpoint Research, , Huawei, U.S, Traders, New York Stock Exchange Locations: India, U.S, China, Europe, OpenAI, New York City
Career changes can be hard, even for Bill Gates — who credits a simple, lifelong habit for his switch from a narrow-minded, decades-long focus on computers and software to international philanthropy. "I had a long period from about age 18 to 40 where I was very monomaniacal ... Microsoft was everything," Gates, 68, recently told comedian Trevor Noah on the "What Now? "I was lucky enough that as other people took over Microsoft, I got to go and read and learn about all the health challenges, why children die." With even more time to read, he researched ongoing global health crises and decided to make the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation his primary focus, he said. "Reading fuels a sense of curiosity about the world, which I think helped drive me forward in my career and in the work that I do now with my foundation," Gates told Time in 2017.
Persons: Bill Gates —, Gates, Trevor Noah, Melinda French Gates, Melinda Gates, , he's, It's, it's, Mark Cuban, Bill Maher's, Warren Buffett Organizations: Microsoft, Melinda Gates Foundation Locations: United States
A new report described in more detail why the OpenAI board initially pushed out Sam Altman. Altman reportedly tried to get a board member, Helen Toner, kicked out, but it backfired. The report cited an unnamed source who said Altman tried to play board members against each other. Here's what the outlet wrote in part (emphasis added):Some members of the OpenAI board had found Altman an unnervingly slippery operator. Read here: The Inside Story of Microsoft's Partnership With OpenAI (The New Yorker)
Persons: Sam Altman, Altman, Helen Toner, , Sam Altman —, Kevin Scott, Mira Murati, he'd, OpenAI, Toner Organizations: Service, Yorker, Microsoft, New York Times, Center for Security, Emerging Technology, Georgetown University, Microsoft's Locations: Turkey, New, Yorker
That's why "lifting and shifting" existing on-premises SQL Server environments to SQL Server on Azure Virtual machines is a simple, quick, and cost-effective path for companies that are concerned about complex cloud migration for legacy workloads, but need to gain cloud benefits today. Simple path of migration to accelerated performanceSQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines is 100% compatible with on-premises SQL Server. Once migrated, teams can leverage their existing SQL Server skills seamlessly — using the same powerful SQL Server they are familiar with, now in the cloud. SQL familiarity with cloud innovationAzure Virtual Machine customers benefit from a comprehensive cloud computing platform with security from the ground up. The use of Azure Virtual Machines made the success of Atrium's Azure ecosystem possible.
Persons: Nic Hopper Organizations: Virtual Machines, Virtual Machine, Intel, Microsoft, Virtual, Atrium Underwriters, Insider Studios Locations: London
FL YTD mountain Foot Locker (FL) performance year-to-date Foot Locker (FL) climbed 28.3% during November, making it the Club's No. Foot Locker stock, down more than 26% year-to-date, closed 1.4% lower Thursday, at just under $27.28 apiece. CRM YTD mountain Salesforce (CRM) performance year-to-date Salesforce (CRM) shares jumped 25.4% in November, coming in second place for monthly gains. NVDA YTD mountain Nvidia (NVDA) performance year-to-date Nvidia (NVDA) — an "own it, don't trade it" name — was the portfolio's fifth-best performer in November. WFC YTD mountain Wells Fargo (WFC) performance year-to-date Shares of Wells Fargo (WFC) jumped 12.07% in November, as the broader market rally lifted financials.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Mary Dillon's, Locker, Palo, CrowdStrike, We're bullish, , Wall, Walt Disney, Nelson Peltz's, Wells, Morgan Stanley, Sam Altman, OpenAI, Altman, Jim Cramer's, Jim, Michael M Organizations: , Palo Alto Networks, Palo Alto, Management, Nvidia, DIS, Walt Disney, Disney, Oracle, Microsoft, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange, Santiago, Getty Locations: FL, Palo, Palo Alto, Wells, Wells Fargo, OpenAI, DHR
Microsoft's $3.2 bln UK investment to drive AI growth
  + stars: | 2023-11-30 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Britain's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Microsoft President Brad Smith attend the AI Safety Summit in Bletchley Park, near Milton Keynes, Britain, November 2, 2023. Britain, where the economy is forecast to be sluggish in the coming years, is pushing for private investment to help fund new infrastructure, particularly in growth industries like AI. "Today's announcement is a turning point for the future of AI infrastructure and development in the UK," Sunak said in a statement on Thursday. Since then, the UK regulator waved through a restructured version of Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard , putting Britain back in Microsoft's favour. The investment includes a training plan to help ensure Britons have the skills they need to build and work with AI, it added.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Brad Smith, Toby Melville, Sunak, Microsoft's, Smith, Jeremy Hunt, Sarah Young, Elaine Hardcastle Organizations: Britain's, Microsoft, REUTERS, U.S ., Activision Blizzard, Thomson Locations: Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes, Britain, Microsoft's, London
CNBC Daily Open: The heat is truly on COP28
  + stars: | 2023-11-30 | by ( Clement Tan | )   time to read: +3 min
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. Japan's Nikkei 225 closed 0.5% higher, clocking monthly gains of more than 8%, while South Korea's KOSPI finished the day up 0.6%, advancing more than 11% this month. [PRO] Golden crossesThree stocks are on the verge of taking off, according to a chart pattern closely watched by technical analysts. The phenomenon, known as a "golden cross," occurs when a stock's 50-day moving average share price rises above the longer-term 200-day moving average.
Persons: KOSPI, China's, Rebooting, Sam Altman, Altman Organizations: Expo, CNBC, Nikkei, Dow Jones, National Bureau of Statistics, Microsoft, Auto, United Auto Workers, Volvo, BMW, Mercedes, Benz, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota, Detroit, General Motors Locations: Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Asia, Pacific, South, Hong Kong, China, OpenAI, U.S
Migrate to Innovate
  + stars: | 2023-11-30 | by ( Sponsor Post | Sponsored Microsoft | )   time to read: +4 min
After evaluating several possible routes, American Airlines' customer hub team chose Microsoft's fully managed database service, Azure SQL Managed Instance. "Azure SQL Managed Instance was the only option that met all our requirements," Jayanta Saha, principal data architect at American Airlines, said. Efficiency, security, and cost optimization with Azure SQL Managed InstanceA fully managed cloud database service like Azure SQL Managed Instance is a critical first step in a business' transformation journey, boosting security and productivity while optimizing costs. Azure SQL Managed Instance enables organizations to take a significant step in their digital transformation journey —modernizing their applications, unlocking new potential, and empowering businesses to turn focus to future growth and innovation. Learn more about Microsoft Azure SQL Managed Instance, accelerated by Intel.
Persons: Microsoft's, Jayanta Saha, study3 Organizations: Microsoft, American Airlines, IDC, American, Cloud, Intel, Insider Studios Locations: Gartner1, cybersecurity
In 2022, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft's Azure had a combined 70-80% share of Britain's public cloud infrastructure services market, Ofcom said. Such practices directly harmed customers, and were the only significant barrier to competition in Britain’s cloud computing market, the company said. "A lot of our software and cloud services interoperate, and can run on AWS or on Azure as well, so you're not restricted," he said. "If you don't fix this, eventually you will have fewer cloud providers, and then innovation will not really happen, and investments will start shrinking." Asked why Amazon, which boasts a larger share of the cloud market than Microsoft, did not pose a similarly anticompetitive risk, Zavery said AWS consumers were not facing the same restrictions.
Persons: Arnd, Amit Zavery, Microsoft’s, Zavery, , Martin Coulter, Jeffrey Dastin, Kenneth Li Organizations: REUTERS, Microsoft, Reuters, European Union, CMA, Markets Authority, Ofcom, Amazon Web Services, Google, Google Cloud, Thomson Locations: Zurich, Switzerland, Britain, London, New York
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Eleven of the world's biggest tech companies, including (AMZN.O), Alphabet's (GOOGL.O) Google and Microsoft (MSFT.O), will sign an agreement with the British government on Thursday to step up their efforts to tackle online fraud, the interior ministry said. Under the "Online Fraud Charter," due to be signed at a meeting chaired by Interior Minister James Cleverly in London, the companies pledge to take further action to block and remove fraudulent content from their sites, the government said. "Fraud is now the most common crime in the UK, with online scammers targeting the most vulnerable in society," British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said in a statement. "By joining forces with these tech giants we will continue to crack down on fraudsters, making sure they have nowhere to hide online." The British government says fraud accounts for around 40% of all crime in England and Wales, with data from industry body UK Finance showing almost 80% of all authorised push payment fraud originates online.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, James, ByteDance's, Rishi Sunak, Kylie MacLellan, Matthew Lewis Organizations: REUTERS, Google, Microsoft, Interior, eBay, Facebook, YouTube, Finance, Thomson Locations: London, England, Wales
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNov 29 (Reuters) - Microsoft will take a non-voting, observer position on OpenAI's board, CEO Sam Altman said in his first official missive after taking back the reins of the company on Wednesday. The observer position means Microsoft's representative can attend OpenAI's board meetings and access confidential information, but it does not have voting rights on matters including electing or choosing directors. The new OpenAI board is on an active search for six new members with expertise in fields from technology to safety and policy. OpenAI's chief scientist Ilya Sutskever will no longer be part of the board, Altman said. Apart from Altman, Brockman, Sutskever, D'Angelo, OpenAI's previous board consisted of entrepreneur Tasha McCauley, Helen Toner, director of strategy at Georgetown's Center for Security and Emerging Technology.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Sam Altman, Satya Nadella, Altman, OpenAI, Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, Adam D'Angelo, Mira Murati, Greg Brockman, Greg, Ilya Sutskever, Sutskever, Ilya, Brockman, D'Angelo, OpenAI's, Tasha McCauley, Helen Toner, Akanksha, Krystal Hu, Sayantani Ghosh, Stephen Coates Organizations: REUTERS, Microsoft, U.S . Treasury, Reuters, Georgetown's Center for Security, Emerging Technology, Thomson Locations: OpenAI, Bengaluru, New York, San Francisco
Former OpenAI board member Helen Toner has announced her resignation. Toner said that the board wasn't trying to slow down OpenAI's work by firing CEO Sam Altman. AdvertisementFormer OpenAI board member Helen Toner says the board wasn't trying to stifle the company's progress by removing CEO Sam Altman. Though there has been speculation, we were not motivated by a desire to slow down OpenAI’s work. AdvertisementAside from bringing back Altman, OpenAI welcomed a new initial board comprising Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, and Adam D'Angelo.
Persons: Helen Toner, Toner, Sam Altman, Altman, , wasn't, OpenAI, Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, Adam D'Angelo, Taylor, Tasha McCauley, Ilya Sutskever . Organizations: Service, Georgetown University's Center for Security, Emerging Technology, Microsoft, Business Insider Locations: OpenAI's
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNov 30 (Reuters) - We asked ChatGPT, OpenAI's viral chatbot, how it felt on its first birthday. The generative AI craze has disrupted several industries from cloud computing and customer service to movie editing and screenplay writing. Reuters GraphicsCHATGPT APP DOWNLOADSSix months after ChatGPT's website launch, OpenAI introduced the chatbot application to Apple's (AAPL.O) iOS in May and later on Android in July. With these applications running mostly on the cloud, vendors of cloud computing services, including Microsoft, Amazon and Alphabet, have also seen their shares surge. Microsoft (MSFT.O) and Alphabet (GOOGL.O) have invested billions to improve their cloud computing capabilities and take on more AI workloads as businesses embrace such tools.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, ChatGPT, Sam Altman, chatbots, Bard, Anthropic's Claude, Character.AI, Microsoft's, OpenAI, John Grisham, George R.R, Martin, Jonathan Franzen, Akash Sriram, Harshita Mary Varghese, Zaheer Kachwala, Jaspreet Singh, Sweta Singh, Saumyadeb Organizations: REUTERS, Microsoft, Reuters, Android, Nvidia, Nasdaq, TECH, Thomson Locations: Bengaluru
Microsoft has put billions into OpenAI, but it still doesn't know why its board fired Sam Altman. Microsoft president Brad Smith dismissed the idea that the drama was over a dangerous AI discovery. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementLooks like Microsoft's top brass are still out of the loop with what the heck happened over at OpenAI.
Persons: Sam Altman, Brad Smith, Smith, , Altman, There's, Elon Musk, Organizations: Microsoft, Service, OpenAI, Reuters, Elon, Business Locations: Silicon
Sam Altman, chief executive officer (CEO) of OpenAI and inventor of the AI software ChatGPT, joins the Technical University of Munich (TUM) for a panel discussion. Microsoft will have a non-voting board seat at OpenAI, the company announced on Wednesday. OpenAI's outlook has been intertwined with Microsoft since the software giant invested $13 billion into OpenAI and integrated its AI models into Office and other Microsoft programs. Previously, Microsoft did not have official representation on the board of directors that controlled the startup, allowing it to be surprised when Altman was first fired. A Microsoft spokesperson declined to identify the person who will join OpenAI board meetings but will not have a vote.
Persons: Sam Altman, Altman, OpenAI, Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, Adam D'Angelo, Mira Murati, Greg Brockman, Taylor Organizations: Technical University of Munich, Microsoft Locations: OpenAI
During the Amazon Web Services cloud conference on Tuesday, Amazon unveiled upgraded AI chips, a new chatbot and an expanded partnership with Nvidia. Expanded Nvidia partnership Amazon on Tuesday outlined the details of its deepening partnership with semiconductor firm Nvidia – the global leader in the development of AI chips. Amazon's announcements involved not only Nvidia' bread-and-butter AI chips known as graphics processing units, or GPUs, but also its fast-growing – yet still underappreciated – software-and-service offerings. In general, Amazon has touted its own AI chips as being a lower-cost option for customers. Nvidia's AI hardware is known to carry a hefty price tag .
Persons: Grace Hopper Superchip, , Jensen Huang, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Arjun Kharpal Organizations: Nvidia, Services, Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle, JMP Securities, CNBC, IAA, Qualcomm, Samsung Locations: Munich
For Amazon, AWS is more important than ever. Targets missedAWS is falling short of reaching sales goals in its startups and small-business segments, two employees told BI. Burnout and attritionSeveral AWS employees also pointed to high turnover as a major point of concern. AWS employees told BI it still remains to be seen how all these changes will manifest in the months to come. "The most significant single sentiment we feel is uncertainty," one of the AWS employees told BI.
Persons: Matt Garman, Garman, Mark Shmulik, Bernstein, Rob Munoz, Munoz, Charlie Bell, Rachel Thornton, Chris Vonderhaar, Peter DeSantis, DeSantis, Andy Jassy Mike Blake, AWS's, Prasad Kalyanaraman, Kalyanaraman, Amazon's, Bard, Adam Selipsky, Adam Selipsky Noah Berger, Selipsky, Andy Jassy, Jeff Bezos, Jassy, Geekwire Organizations: Amazon Web, AWS, Business, Amazon, SMB, Enterprise, Reuters, Microsoft, Google, BI Locations: Las Vegas, AMZN's, billings
OpenAI doesn't plan to give board seats to investors like Microsoft, per Reuters and The Information. AdvertisementSome of OpenAI's biggest backers are unlikely to gain board seats even after the company's management shakeup, Reuters and The Information reported on Tuesday. OpenAI's new board is not planning to offer board seats to outside investors, such as Microsoft, Thrive Capital, and Khosla Ventures, Reuters reported, citing a source familiar with the matter. AdvertisementOpenAI cofounder and CEO Sam Altman was fired by his company's board on November 17, before staging a dramatic comeback five days later. OpenAI, Microsoft, Thrive Capital, and Khosla Ventures did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Business Insider, sent outside regular business hours.
Persons: OpenAI, Satya Nadella, , shakeup, Thomas Hayes, Sam Altman, Altman's, Larry Summers, Bret Taylor, Adam D'Angelo, Altman, Nadella, Kara Swisher, Swisher Organizations: Microsoft, Reuters, Service, OpenAI's, The, Khosla Ventures, Hill Capital, Business Locations: OpenAI
That's the conclusion of a new Morgan Stanley research report, which makes us feel really good about where we stand on both Club stocks. Each quarter, Morgan Stanley looks at under-owned stocks and over-owned stocks — basically which ones are overlooked and ready for a hot streak and which ones are crowded and ready to cool off. However, Morgan Stanley said Meta kept its most over-owned crown — and coincidently, its shares closed lower. To be sure, Morgan Stanley maintained an overweight rating on Apple shares. META YTD mountain Meta Platforms (META) year-to-date performance Conversely, Morgan Stanley said Meta's average active institutional ownership increased by 18 basis points quarter-over-quarter.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, We're, Meta, Morgan Stanley's, Microsoft's, We're bullish, Mark Zuckerberg's, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Justin Tallis Organizations: Microsoft, Meta, Morgan, Apple, DOJ, Nvidia, Oracle, Broadcom, CNBC, Getty Locations: China
AdvertisementBusiness Insider's Katie Notopoulos has a rundown on how a relatively scandal-free summer for Meta has erupted into a full-blown crisis at Instagram. And the fix for Instagram's Reels might not be simple or one Meta's willing to make. Instagram, Tyler Le/InstagramThe WSJ's report illustrates a broader issue the ad industry is grappling with. Ad spend has never fully recovered since the onset of the pandemic, meaning companies have to do more with less. AdvertisementAll of that puts the ad industry in a juxtaposition.
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