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The launch of Google's anticipated AI model, Gemini, has been delayed, The Information reported. 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 . AdvertisementThe world will have to wait a little longer before we can experience the launch of Google's most complex artificial intelligence model to date. Though already Google has its own generative AI model called Bard, ChatGPT has so far enjoyed stronger consumer awareness — but analysts argue that could change when Gemini finally launches.
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In early November, OpenAI unveiled GPTs, customizable versions of its AI chatbot ChatGPT. AdvertisementYou can now create your own version of OpenAI's ChatGPT — and it can take as little as 15 minutes. Screenshot from ChatGPT/Business Insider3) Once you enter the prompt, GPT Builder will spend a couple seconds generating the GPT. I asked GPT Builder to focus on low-carb recipes that span a range of ethnic cuisines. AdvertisementI asked GPT Builder questions like "Suggest a recipe that contains 40 grams of protein and can be made in 20 minutes given the ingredients listed below."
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Investor Vinod Khosla predicts AI will result in free lawyers, doctors, and tutors in 10 years. The 68-year-old billionaire said given AI's impressive capabilities, "I do think in 10 years we'll have free doctors, free tutors for everybody, and free lawyers so they can access the legal system." "This large transformation is the opportunity to free humanity from the need to work," Khosla told Semafor in an interview. Still, Khosla told Business Insider in October he doesn't want to place too big of a bet on AI at the moment. Given the hype around the technology, Khosla thinks that AI startups are overvalued, and that only a few will survive.
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When it was first launched, OpenAI leaders framed it as a "low-key research preview." AdvertisementChatGPT turned one today, and if you're surprised by its impact, you're not alone — so are some OpenAI employees. Today, the term "low-key research preview" has become something of a meme among OpenAI's employees. OpenAI employees have even used the phrase as laptop stickers, per the Atlantic. "The outside world probably thinks we're all joking, but this actually was our 'low-key research preview,'" wrote Fedus.
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There is growing evidence that artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT can make you more efficient and capable at work. And the effect will be particularly noticeable if no one else in the company is using AI in this way. All said that outsourcing time-consuming, small jobs to AI tools freed up their time. AI at work still needs careful handlingThere are obvious caveats to using AI to do your work for you. Some companies also have specific rules for AI tools due to fears around copyright or data security.
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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.
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Sam Altman said he was reluctant about returning to OpenAI, but that feeling was "not for long." He told The Verge he first had to get over his "ego and emotions" after being ousted as CEO. Altman said his immediate reaction was one of being "hurt and angry" and that "this sucks." Altman said the feeling was "not for long," though, and first he had to "get over the ego and emotions" to discuss the possibility of resuming his role. And my immediate reaction was sort of one of defiance, it was like, 'Man, I'm hurt and angry, and I think this sucks'," Altman told The Verge.
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VCs threatened to sue OpenAI's board, and some jockeyed to get in on whatever new situation might replace the fizzled startup. And in OpenAI's case, Altman was brought back as CEO and all the employees stayed. AdvertisementUntil this moment, the consensus was that Altman came through this crisis looking even more powerful and crucial to OpenAI's future. 'The company will be totally fine without me'Silicon Valley just realized that the fate of the world's most important AI company rested in the hands of just one person. The startup's near-death experience unsettled the companies and developers that have come to rely on OpenAI's artificial intelligence platform.
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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.
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Nov. 30 marks ChatGPT's one-year anniversary, and quite a lot has changed since the popular AI chatbot debuted. As the ways people utilize the AI chatbot have changed, the technology itself has evolved too. Now, users are able to subscribe to ChatGPT Plus, which provides access to OpenAI's most up-to-date AI chatbot, ChatGPT-4. In February, Google announced its own AI chatbot called Bard. In November, Amazon unveiled its AI chatbot, Q.
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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.
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AdvertisementIn today's big story, we're looking at the growing tension at AWS with rising employee burnout. Just like OpenAI's ChatGPT or Google's Bard, Amazon Q is a generative AI chatbot users can talk to like a human. Amazon Web Services, which developed Amazon Q, announced the new product under the fanfare of its annual event in Las Vegas, AWS re:Invent. Business Insider's Eugene Kim, our resident Amazon expert, has a report on the growing tension and burnout among AWS employees. Jon Krause for InsiderThe burnout at AWS reminds me of another company at the top of its field facing turmoil: Goldman Sachs.
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OpenAI's tender offer, which would allow employees to sell shares in the start-up to outside investors, remains on track despite the leadership tumult and board shuffle, two people familiar with the matter told CNBC. The round and previously reported valuation were jeopardized by Sam Altman's temporary ouster earlier in November, but his return cleared the way for the tender offer to proceed. The extension of the tender offer comes after a rollercoaster couple of weeks for the company. OpenAI's other major backers include Founders Fund, Sequoia Capital and, following the completion of the tender offer, Thrive Capital. Founders Fund will not participate in the tender offer either, a person familiar with the firm said.
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"I learned that the company can truly function without me," Altman told The Verge's Alex Heath. Altman told Heath that this meant he's either "picked great leaders" or "mentored them well." "I learned that the company can truly function without me, and that's a very nice thing," Altman told Heath in a phone call on Wednesday. Altman told Heath that his first reaction to being asked by the board to return as OpenAI's CEO was "sort of one of defiance." Advertisement"It was like, 'Man, I'm hurt and angry, and I think this sucks,'" Altman told Heath.
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Vice Chairman of Microsoft Brad Smith looks on during the 5th Summit of "Christchurch Call", at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France November 10, 2023. LUDOVIC MARIN/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The president of tech giant Microsoft (MSFT.O) said there is no chance of super-intelligent artificial intelligence being created within the next 12 months, and cautioned that the technology could be decades away. Reuters last week exclusively reported that the ouster came shortly after researchers had contacted the board, warning of a dangerous discovery they feared could have unintended consequences. However, Microsoft President Brad Smith, speaking to reporters in Britain on Thursday, rejected claims of a dangerous breakthrough. Asked if such a discovery contributed to Altman's removal, Smith said: "I don't think that is the case at all.
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OpenAI's Sam Altman says he has "zero ill will" towards cofounder Ilya Sutskever. Sutskever, a former OpenAI board member, had previously voted to fire Altman as CEO. AdvertisementOpenAI CEO Sam Altman says he has no hard feelings towards former board member Ilya Sutskever. Besides reinstating Altman, OpenAI welcomed a new initial board comprising Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, and Adam D'Angelo. Taylor, who is OpenAI's new board chair, said on Wednesday that OpenAI backer Microsoft would be given a non-voting board observer seat.
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Sam Altman is back in charge of OpenAI but some employees are still feeling nervous, per Semafor. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementOpenAI's CEO Sam Altman may be back in charge but some employees are still feeling uneasy. According to one of the outlet's sources, rival AI company Cohere has received several inquiries from OpenAI employees in recent days. AdvertisementAI companies Hugging Face and Cohere told CNBC they've had more customer inquiries following Altman's ousting and reinstatement as CEO.
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It's still unclear why the former OpenAI board fired Sam Altman. The new board is conducting an independent review into the matter, and Altman is again CEO. Everyone is still wondering why exactly the board pushed him out, but Altman isn't ready to talk about it yet. AdvertisementInstead, Altman said he's "looking forward to learning more" from an independent review being conducted by the new board of OpenAI. AdvertisementThe chaotic ordeal started with an announcement of Sam Altman being out as CEO and CTO Mira Murati assuming the role in an interim capacity.
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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.
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OpenAI rivals say Sam Altman's ousting and reinstatement as CEO has created opportunities. Hugging Face and Cohere say they've had more customer inquiries following the chaos. Josh Gartner of Cohere told CNBC that clients want "reliable business solutions, not soap operas." AdvertisementOpenAI's rivals say the chaos of ousting Sam Altman as CEO only for him to return days later has helped them attract more interest from potential customers. "I think a lot of companies, organizations now are kind of wondering about the risk about outsourcing their AI to just one AI provider," Hugging Face CEO Clément Delangue told CNBC.
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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.
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Elon Musk said he's concerned OpenAI discovered a "dangerous element" of AI. The billionaire said he has "mixed feelings" about OpenAI CEO Sam Altman. AdvertisementElon Musk has some theories about why Sam Altman was initially ousted from OpenAI. Musk added that he wanted to know why OpenAI cofounder and chief scientist Ilya Sutskever "felt so strongly as to fight Sam. "He really sweats it over questions of what is right," Musk told Sorkin.
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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang offered a glimpse into his unusual management style, including having "50 direct reports," in an interview with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin on Wednesday. Huang says that he has so many direct reports — most executives only have 10 or so — because it keeps Nvidia from developing unnecessary layers of management. "The more direct reports a CEO has, the less layers are in the company. "The people that report to the CEO should require the least amount of pampering and so I don't think they need life advice. I don't think they need career guidance," Huang said.
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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said Wednesday that artificial intelligence is gaining on humans. In the interview Wednesday, Huang recalled delivering "the world's first AI supercomputer" to OpenAI, after Elon Musk, who co-founded the AI project before departing it in 2018, heard Huang speak about the device at a conference. "Elon saw it, and he goes, 'I want one of those' — he told me about OpenAI," Huang said. Huang was asked onstage to rank the success of various companies in the AI market. WATCH: Nvidia CEO says U.S. chipmakers at least a decade away from China supply chain independence
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