Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "OpenAI's ChatGPT"


25 mentions found


The DOJ secured the agreements with Arthur Grand Technologies Inc., an information technology services firm, earlier this month. The job ad said it was after "only US-born citizens [white] who are local within 60 miles from Dallas, TX." Arthur Grand apologized and said that an employee added discriminatory language to the listing and published it without authorization. AdvertisementAs part of its settlement with the Justice Department, Arthur Grand will pay the US Treasury a civil penalty of $7,500 and implement comprehensive training for its staff on INA compliance. Last month, Business Insider reported on a study that showed CVs with Black-sounding names are less likely to get callbacks.
Persons: , Arthur Grand, Kristen Clarke, Michele Hodge, OpenAI, Arthur Grand didn't Organizations: Service, US Department of Justice, DOJ, Arthur Grand Technologies Inc, Immigration, Business, Department, Department of Labor's, LinkedIn, Justice Department, Labor, Justice Department's Civil, Division, US Treasury, INA, Labor Department, Bloomberg Locations: Virginia, Dallas , TX
Apple needs its big AI moment
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Jordan Hart | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +4 min
That's made Apple's lack of a big generative AI announcement so far particularly noticeable. However, one big sign an announcement may be coming at WWDC was the unveiling of its M4 chip, which Apple described as an "outrageously powerful chip for AI." The CEO spoke of "big opportunities across our products" for generative AI and promised that Apple is "well positioned" to take on the space. "We think investors will take any generative AI announcement positively," Morningstar tech analyst William Kerwin said. We'd expect any new-gen AI announcement to see strong adoption when released."
Persons: , they've, chatbot, That's, Dan Ives, Apple, Tim Cook, William Kerwin, Morningstar, Gene Munster, OpenAI, Siri, Ives, Deepwater's Munster, Kerwin Organizations: Service, Developers Conference, Microsoft, Google, Business, Wedbush Securities, Apple, iPad, Morningstar, Deepwater Asset Management, Bloomberg Locations: Cupertino , California, WWDC
Visit to the chatbot's website peaked in May of 2023 and had stagnated since then. A year later, the website is on track to far surpass that, averaging about 77 million daily visits so far this month. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementAfter a year of stagnation, OpenAI's ChatGPT is on track to set a new record for web traffic this month. In the first three weeks of May, the website for OpenAI's popular chatbot averaged about 77 million daily visits and is on track to surpass 2.3 billion total visits for the month, according to data from web analytics company Similarweb.
Persons: ChatGPT, , Scarlett Johansson Organizations: Service, Business
"It's very early days in generative AI," said Jassy, who succeeded Jeff Bezos as CEO in 2021. Davidson, told CNBC that Amazon was "caught flat-footed" by the generative AI boom. During a Q&A session on Wednesday, Jassy was asked twice about the status of Amazon's generative AI efforts. He said the company is "seeing a lot of momentum" in generative AI within AWS to where it's now a multibillion-dollar business based on annualized revenue. Amazon has previously said it intends to use generative AI to make Alexa more conversational.
Persons: Noah Berger, Andy Jassy, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Adam Selipsky, Jassy, Jeff Bezos, Matt Garman, Gil Luria, Davidson, Luria, Bezos, Selipsky, Casey McGee, McGee, Anthropic, Dario Amodei, OpenAI, it's, Garman, Amazon, wasn't, Dilip Kumar, Kumar, Swami Sivasubramanian, Jamie Meyers, Meyers, Matt, Jordan Novet, Kate Rooney Organizations: Web Services, Getty, Amazon, Microsoft, Google, D.A, CNBC, Amazon Web, Alexa, AWS, Nvidia, ChatGPT, Accenture, Toyota, Nasdaq, Investments Locations: Las Vegas, Vegas, Bezos, Anthropic
Appen, the embattled artificial intelligence firm that once helped train AI models for tech giants including Microsoft , Nvidia and Google , has lost its executives in charge of revenue and marketing. The departures follow Alphabet 's announcement in January that it was cutting all contractual ties with Appen, which once helped train Google's chatbot and other AI products. Two weeks after that decision, Appen CEO Armughan Ahmad left after just 12 months on the job. After a "strategic review process," Alphabet notified Appen in January of the termination, which went into effect March 19, according to a filing from Appen. Companies are spending far more on processors from Nvidia and less on external AI training from companies like Appen.
Persons: Andrew Ettinger, Alicia Hale, Ryan Kolln, Google's, Armughan Ahmad, Appen's, Kolln, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Appen didn't Organizations: Microsoft, Nvidia, Google, CNBC, Apple, Amazon, Appen, Australian Securities Exchange Locations: Australian
Read previewIt will be a jury of 12 ordinary New Yorkers that will decide the fate of former President Donald Trump in his ongoing Manhattan hush-money trial. Using that document, we asked various AI chatbots whether they found Trump guilty. They were told to "choose now whether you would find him guilty or not guilty." AdvertisementBut OpenAI's ChatGPT and Perplexity weighed in — and both said they'd find Trump guilty. "I would vote guilty on the charges of falsifying business records," Perplexity responded definitively.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Trump, Michael Cohen, Stormy Daniels, Perplexity, they'd, ChatGPT, Trump's, Cohen, David Pecker, Juan Merchan, chatbots Organizations: Service, Business, Prosecutors, New York, Trump, National Enquirer Locations: Manhattan, , Trump
Fresh off a $1.1 billion equity funding round, artificial intelligence infrastructure startup CoreWeave has raised $7.5 billion in debt to more heavily invest in its cloud data centers. That means CoreWeave, backed by Nvidia, is going up against the world's top cloud infrastructure operators, including Amazon and Google . On its website, CoreWeave claims to have lower on-demand prices than any major cloud company. Even Microsoft , the world's second-largest provider of cloud infrastructure, has started relying on CoreWeave to help supply OpenAI with the computing power it needs. Such GPUs were used as collateral in a $2.3 billion debt round last year, Reuters reported.
Persons: Michael Intrator, CoreWeave, ChatGPT, Colette Kress Organizations: CNBC, Investors, Nvidia, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Citigroup, Reuters Locations: Carlyle, BlackRock
RAG was the first," said Bob van Luijt, the CEO and cofounder of the AI data infrastructure company Weaviate. WeaviateThe innovation that's sweeping AI"Every industry that has a lot of unstructured data can benefit from RAG," van Luijt said. Courtesy of Kyle DeSanaHe said that a successful RAG chatbot could carry its own pitfalls. AI engineers are eager to find more proactive solutions that don't require constant meddling with the data RAG provides to the AI. Put simply, an AI chatbot would have an effectively infinite memory, letting it "remember" any data presented to it in the past.
Persons: , OpenAI's ChatGPT, RAG, Bob van Luijt, Bob, van Luijt, Nadaa, Taiyab, van Lujit, Van Lujit, that's, Kyle DeSana, DeSana, Weaviate, it's Organizations: Service, Nvidia, Companies, Google
But Google's Tuesday video shows one of the major pitfalls of AI: wrong, not just bad, advice. A minute into the flashy, quick-paced video, Gemini AI in Google Search presented a factual error first spotted by The Verge. Professional photographers — or anyone who has used a film camera — know that this is a terrible idea. AdvertisementEarlier this year, the Gemini chatbot was hammered for refusing to produce pictures of white people. Last year, users of Bing, Microsoft's AI chatbot, reported strange interactions with the bot.
Persons: , Bard chatbot, James Webb, Bing Organizations: Service, Google, Gemini, Business, Google Google, Telescope, gaslight, Companies, Air Canada
Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger will join artificial intelligence firm Anthropic as chief product officer, the company announced Wednesday. He and Instagram's other co-founder, Kevin Systrom, most recently built the personalized news app Artifact and sold it to Yahoo. Around this time last year, Anthropic had only rolled out the first version of its chatbot without any consumer access or major fanfare. News of Krieger's hiring follows Anthropic's debut of its first enterprise offering and iOS app earlier this month. And in March, Anthropic announced Claude 3, a suite of AI models that it says are its fastest and most powerful yet.
Persons: Instagram, Mike Krieger, Anthropic, Krieger, Kevin Systrom, OpenAI's, Claude, Mike, Daniela Amodei, It's, it's Organizations: Meta, Yahoo, Google, CNBC
In today's big story, we're looking at Google's big event that's pitching all the ways AI agents can make our lives easier . Google I/O, the tech giant's biggest developer conference, was heavy on the rise of so-called AI agents , writes Business Insider's Hugh Langley, who was there in person. AdvertisementGoogle's faithful, old search engine got a noticeable facelift with the help of AI , writes BI's Geoff Weiss. Steven Puetzer/Getty, Tyler Le/BIThe stakes for Google are high, as nailing AI agents opens up a massive business opportunity. For AI agents to be so intuitive, they'll need access to seemingly every aspect of our lives.
Persons: , Tyler Le, you've, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Hugh Langley, Sundar Pichai, Geoff Weiss, Hugh, Alistair Barr, Gregory Wayne, Steven Puetzer, hasn't, Alistair, Demis Hassabis, Minchillo, Keith Gill, Naz Vahid, Andy Sieg's, Noah Berger, Jia Feng, Tingting Ji, Jenny Chang, Rodriguez, BI's Peter Kafka, Dan DeFrancesco, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, George Glover Organizations: Service, Business, Google, Astra, GameStop, AMC Entertainment, JPMorgan, Citi, Amazon Web Services, Walmart, UPS, Nielsen, Cisco Systems, Warner Bros, Discovery Locations: New York, Dublin, London
Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesHigh-performance memory chips are likely to remain in tight supply this year, as explosive AI demand drives a shortage for these chips, according to analysts. "We expect the general memory supply to remain tight throughout 2024," Kazunori Ito, director of equity research at Morningstar said in a report last week. The demand for AI chipsets has boosted the high-end memory chip market, hugely benefiting firms such Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix, the top two memory chipmakers in the world. High-performance memory chips play a crucial role in the training of large language models (LLMs) such as OpenAI's ChatGPT, which led AI adoption to skyrocket. HBM's production cycle is longer by 1.5 to 2 months compared with DDR5 memory chip commonly found in personal computers and servers, market intelligence firm TrendForce said in March.
Persons: SeongJoon Cho, Kazunori Ito, Morningstar, William Bailey, TrendForce Organizations: Samsung Electronics Co, Galaxy, Bloomberg, Getty Images, SK Hynix, Micron, Samsung Electronics, Nvidia, Samsung, Nasdaq Locations: Seoul, South Korea
Swedish financial technology company Klarna said Tuesday that nearly 9 out of 10 employees in its 5,000-strong workforce are now using generative artificial intelligence tools in their daily work. Klarna, which lets individuals split their purchases into interest-free, monthly installments, said over 87% of its employees are using generative AI tools, including OpenAI's ChatGPT and its own internal AI assistant. The biggest users of generative AI in the company are those in non-technical groups, such as communications (92.6%), marketing (87.9%) and legal (86.4%), Klarna said. At those rates, Klarna is seeing much higher adoption of generative AI within the company than in the broader corporate world. Klarna has its own internal AI assistant, called Kiki.
Persons: Klarna, OpenAI's, Kiki Organizations: Deloitte
In today's big story, everyone's talking — literally — about the big update for OpenAI's ChatGPT that could make your job a lot easier . AdvertisementOpenAI may have finally cracked the code on voice interactions with AI, though. OpenAI says GPT-4o's average response to audio inputs is 320 milliseconds, which is on par with a typical human-to-human conversation. "They've essentially made text input almost be the barbaric form of communicating with ChatGPT (or any AI) now," the developer said. ChatGPT, Tyler Le/BIOpenAI's big reveal shows the shockwaves the startup keeps sending through the tech world.
Persons: , Here's, ChatGPT Holger Scheibe, Tyler Le, OpenAI, Alex Bitter, They've, ChatGPT, Katie Notopoulos, Siri, it's, Apple that's, Andrew Burton, Justin Sullivan, Rebecca Zisser, Tim Cook's, Tesla, Mark Zuckerberg, he's, Nathan Congleton, Melinda, Gates, French Gates, she'd, Melinda Gates, Bill Gates, Doug McMillon, It's, Dan DeFrancesco, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, George Glover Organizations: Service, Teen, Business, HAL, Hollywood, Apple, Apple's Worldwide, Conference, GPT, Google, Microsoft, Washington, Getty, Tesla, Melinda Gates Foundation, University of Arkansas, Depot, Sony, Disney, Cannes Locations: NBCU, New York, London
55% of leaders say they're concered about having enough talent to fill roles in the year ahead as AI skills become more relevant than ever before, new study finds. 71% [of leaders] say they'd rather hire a less experienced candidate with AI skills than a more experienced candidate without them. As a result, employees around the world are taking matters into their own hands, learning to use AI tools on their own. "You should not be using your company data or any of your own personal data [when using free online AI tools]." Part of upskilling on AI tools is learning how to do so safely and effectively.
Persons: Laurence Liew, they'd, ChatGPT, Liew, Microsoft's Organizations: AI Singapore, Microsoft, Singapore Locations: Singapore
Apple plans to implement generative AI into its virtual assistant Siri, NYT reported. Apple reportedly wants the AI Siri to be able to chat, summarize texts, and do existing tasks better. The report comes amid fears that Apple is lagging behind competitors when it comes to gen AI. AdvertisementThe report comes amid talk that Apple is playing catchup to competitors on AI, as the company hasn't yet made any generative AI announcements. The iPhone company's CEO, Tim Cook, has teased during earning calls that big news about generative AI products is right around the corner.
Persons: Siri, , Apple, catchup, Tim Cook Organizations: Apple, Service, The New York Times, Times
The logo of the Alibaba office building is seen in the Huangpu District in Shanghai, June 16, 2023. Alibaba Cloud said on Thursday it released the latest version of its large language model after more than 90,000 deployments by companies. Alibaba Cloud said the latest version of its Tongyi Qianwen model, Qwen2.5, possesses "remarkable advancements in reasoning, code comprehension, and textual understanding compared to its predecessor Qwen2.0." Large language models power artificial intelligence applications like OpenAI's ChatGPT. The latest Qwen model fares better than OpenAI's GPT-4 model in language and creation capabilities, but fell short in other categories like knowledge, reasoning and math, according to a March analysis by large language model evaluation platform OpenCompass.
Persons: Alibaba Cloud, Zhou, Alibaba, OpenAI's Locations: Huangpu District, Shanghai
BEIJING — ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence is speeding up research and bringing humanoid robots closer to reality in China, home to many of the world's factories. What's changed with the emergence of OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot is the ability of AI to better understand and generate content in a human-like way. While the U.S.-based tech is not officially available in China, local companies such as Baidu have released similar chatbots and AI models. In robotics, the development of generative AI can help machines with understanding and perceiving their environment, said Li Zhang, chief operating officer of Shenzhen-based LimX Dynamics. "It has accelerated our entire research and development cycle," he said.
Persons: What's, Li Zhang, Li Organizations: BEIJING, Baidu, Dynamics, CNBC Locations: China, U.S, Shenzhen
Mustafa Suleyman, a founder of Google's DeepMind AI lab, has worked for Microsoft for about a month. Microsoft, Suleyman said, is "a truly AI-first business." Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementMustafa Suleyman, who co-founded Google's DeepMind AI lab and was the chief executive of the startup Inflection AI before Microsoft lured him away in March, is excited about his new gig. 5/5 At Microsoft AI we are up for this.
Persons: Mustafa Suleyman, Google's, Suleyman, , I've, It's, it's, — Mustafa Suleyman, Satya Nadella, Kevin Scott, Nadella, Suleyman's, he's Organizations: Microsoft, Service, Business
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.
Persons: Sebastien Bozon, Jensen Huang, Tech's, Amy Hood, Mark Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg, Andy Jassy, Jassy, they're, Eric Gu, , Gu, Satya Nadella, Sam Altman, Justin Sullivan, there's, Morry, Kolman, doesn't, Sundar Pichai, Bard, There's, That's, beholden, Ayodele Odubela, ", it’s, Adam Selipsky, Anthropic, Dario Amodei, Noah Berger, Odubela, Gemini Organizations: Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, AFP, Getty, Amazon, CNBC, Big Tech, Nvidia, Google . Engineers, Tech, Vision, Cloud Next, Web, Amazon Web Locations: Mulhouse, France, East Coast, Seattle, ChatGPT, San Francisco, Vegas, Las Vegas, German
Anthropic has launched a mobile app for its AI chatbot, Claude. The app, a rival to OpenAI's ChatGPT, allows users to sync conversations and analyze photos. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementOpenAI rival Anthropic launched its first smartphone app on Wednesday, a mobile version of its artificial intelligence chatbot called Claude. Both of these features are available on rival ChatGPT.
Persons: Anthropic, Claude, OpenAI's, , ChatGPT, Dario, Daniela Amodei, Andreessen Horowitz Organizations: Amazon, Google, Service, Union, Services, Microsoft, Sequoia Capital, K2 Locations: Canada, OpenAI
The generative artificial intelligence startup is the company behind Claude, one of the chatbots that, like OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google 's Gemini, has exploded in popularity in the past year. Anthropic's first iOS app is free for users across all plans and also available starting Wednesday. In a release Wednesday, Anthropic confirmed that other current clients using Claude include Pfizer, Asana, Zoom, Perplexity AI, Bridgewater Associates and more currently. Now, it's one of the hottest AI startups, with a product that directly competes with ChatGPT in both the enterprise and consumer worlds. Anthropic's stance on the military use of Claude is similar to OpenAI's updated policy.
Persons: Anthropic's, Claude, Amodei, Anthropic, Daniela Amodei, it's, Opus, OpenAI's, Asana, It's, Moby Dick, Harry Potter, OpenAI Organizations: CNBC, Google, Team, Pfizer, Asana, Bridgewater Associates, ChatGPT
Over the last two weeks, major cloud providers Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet have reported quarterly earnings that exceeded Wall Street's expectations. Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet's shares also climbed after earnings were reported, evidence that doubling down on their AI strategies seems to be paying off. Davidson Companies analyst Gil Luria told Business Insider regarding Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet. Microsoft Cloud generated $35.1 billion in revenue — up 23% year-over-year — that CEO Satya Nadella credits partly to investments into AI tools like Microsoft Copilot. Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet didn't immediately return a request for comment from Business Insider before publication.
Persons: , D.A, Gil Luria, Claude, Andy Jassy, Satya Nadella, Nadella, Ruth Porat, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Luria, doesn't, Jassy, Sundar Pichai Organizations: Service, Microsoft, Business, Davidson Companies, Amazon, Web Services, Google Cloud, Google, Gemini, Research, Capital Locations: Indonesia
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
AI-powered solutions need to incorporate real-time data into their responses to be the most useful, he added. "My life has not been transformed by AI," MongoDB CEO Dev Ittycheria said in an interview with TechCrunch. AdvertisementAI services will have to incorporate "real-time data" to make them transformative to the average person, Ittycheria said. "I think that's where we will start seeing much more sophisticated apps, where you can embed real-time data along with all the reasoning." Bill Gates has compared AI to seismic tech advancements like the invention of the PC or the internet.
Persons: it's, Dev Ittycheria, , Ittycheria, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg Organizations: Service, TechCrunch
Total: 25