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Argentina's President Javier Milei waves during the commemoration of the 214th anniversary of the May Revolution that led to the independence from Spain, at Plaza San Martin in Cordoba, Argentina, on May 25, 2024. On his seventh overseas trip since taking office late last year, Argentina's Milei traveled to San Francisco late Monday and has since met with OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Google's Sundar Pichai and Apple CEO Tim Cook. The right-wing leader, and self-described "anarcho capitalist," is scheduled to meet with Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg before departing from the U.S. on Friday. On a separate trip to the U.S. last month, Milei met with tech billionaire Elon Musk at a Tesla electric car factory in Austin, Texas. The growth of AI data centres will also require significant energy and water resources, of which Argentina has in abundance."
Persons: Javier Milei, Diego Lima, Argentina's Milei, Sam Altman, Google's Sundar Pichai, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Milei, Elon Musk, Nicolas Saldias, Saldias, Mariano Machado, Verisk Maplecroft, We're, " Machado, Javier Milei's, Luis Robayo Organizations: Plaza San, Afp, Getty, Apple, Meta, U.S, Analysts, America, Economist Intelligence Unit, CNBC, Americas, Verisk Locations: Spain, Plaza San Martin, Cordoba, Argentina, San Francisco, U.S, Austin , Texas, Olivos, Buenos Aires Province
Argentina's President Javier Milei is in the US to meet with leaders of the world's biggest tech companies. Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, and Elon Musk have all agreed to meet with him, his spokesman said. 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 . Milei's schedule includes private meetings with three of tech's biggest names: Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Apple boss Tim Cook, and Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Persons: Javier Milei, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Elon Musk, , Joe Biden, he's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: West, Silicon Valley
Read previewTwo former OpenAI board members say artificial intelligence companies can't be trusted to govern themselves and that third-party regulation is necessary to hold them accountable. Helen Toner and Tasha McCauley were board members at OpenAI before they stepped down in November amid a chaotic push to oust OpenAI cofounder Sam Altman. AdvertisementWith Altman back at the helm, Toner and McCauley wrote that OpenAI can't be trusted to hold itself accountable. Related storiesThe former board members wrote that they once believed that OpenAI could govern itself, but "based on our experience, we believe that self-governance cannot reliably withstand the pressure of profit incentives." AdvertisementThe board's 22 members include Altman and chief executives of large tech companies, including Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai.
Persons: , Helen Toner, Tasha McCauley, OpenAI, Sam Altman, Altman, Scarlett Johansson, Chat, Toner, McCauley, — bode, Jensen Huang, Sundar Pichai, ethicists, Margaret Mitchell Organizations: Service, Business, Department of Homeland Security, Artificial Intelligence, Security Board, Nvidia, Ars Technica Locations: OpenAI
Read previewIf you feel like you can't keep up with the deluge of AI announcements, you're not alone. In the last two weeks, developers and consumers have been bombarded with a steady stream of AI updates and product launches, showing just how heated the AI race has become. Gartner's Chandrasekaran gave two reasons for why the flurry of AI announcements is happening now. AdvertisementThat means that there's going to be a lot of so-called AI washing and AI marketing as companies fight for a chance to get noticed, Chandrasekaran added. "And they could be calling it AI or they may be using more classic machine learning and calling it like Gen AI."
Persons: , Eric Schmidt, OpenAI, Arun Chandrasekaran, Sundar Pichai, Gartner's Chandrasekaran, Chandrasekaran, It's, There's, it's, there's Organizations: Service, Business, Google, Gemini, Project Astra, Microsoft, Apple, Gartner, Bloomberg Locations: Paris
Read previewOpenAI's biggest critics have long held the view that Sam Altman's success has been built on an "ask forgiveness, not permission" strategy that could come back to haunt him. The ChatGPT maker has been embroiled in fresh controversy since Monday after Scarlett Johansson lashed out at the company over a new voice feature for its chatbot. her — Sam Altman (@sama) May 13, 2024OpenAI has responded to the criticism by pulling the Sky voice entirely. AdvertisementThough Johansson and Pichai have not filed lawsuits against OpenAI, the "ask forgiveness, not permission" strategy that critics accuse the company of has already landed it in legal hot water. Creators who suspect their work has been used to train OpenAI without their permission will probably wonder why they weren't offered an agreement in the first place.
Persons: , Sam Altman's, Scarlett Johansson, Mr Altman, Johansson, ChatGPT, Altman, Theodore, Joaquin Phoenix, Sam Altman, OpenAI, Sundar Pichai, Pichai Organizations: Service, Business, NPR, OpenAI, YouTube, Authors, New York Times, Sony Music, Financial Times, Creators Locations: San Francisco
Read previewOpenAI might've breached YouTube's terms and conditions to train its text-to-video model Sora, says Google CEO Sundar Pichai. "So you felt like they had broken your terms and conditions, or potentially, or if they had, that wouldn't have been appropriate?" Sundar Pichai says he believes OpenAI's Sora breached YouTube's terms and conditions and he is sympathetic to creators whose content is being used to train AI models pic.twitter.com/mF1D6XjYf8 — Tsarathustra (@tsarnick) May 20, 2024Earlier in the interview, Pichai revealed that YouTube was still "following up and trying to understand" how OpenAI had trained Sora. "We have terms and conditions, and we would expect people to abide by those terms and conditions when you build a product, so that's how I felt about it." AdvertisementJohansson said in a statement that she had turned down OpenAI CEO Sam Altman's offer to voice its latest GPT-4o model.
Persons: , Sora, Sundar Pichai, Nilay Patel, Pichai, OpenAI's Sora, OpenAI, Mira Murati, Joanna Stern, Stern, Murati, I'm, Neal Mohan, Emily Chang, would've, Mohan, didn't, Scarlett Johansson, Johansson, Sam Altman's, Spike Jonze's, We’ve Organizations: Service, Business, YouTube, coy, Google, BI Locations: Amazon, ChatGPT
"We're still really early in the AI build," Niles told CNBC's "Money Matters" on Monday. "If you look at today for the AI build out, who's really driving that?" Lam Yik Fei | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesPrior to the recent AI boom, Nvidia was known as the primary maker of chips used for 3D gaming. That's not to say that Nvidia is at risk of losing a ton of the AI chip business to rivals. Piper Sandler analysts expect it to keep at least 75% of the AI accelerator market, even as companies like Google build their own custom chips.
Persons: Jensen Huang, Josh Edelson, Sundar Pichai, that's, Dan Niles, Niles, We're, CNBC's, Bernstein, Mark Zuckerberg, Huang, Lam, Fei, That's, Piper Sandler, Harsh Kumar, Blackwell, Hopper, Morgan Stanley, Joseph Moore Organizations: Nvidia, Intelligence, SAP Center, Afp, Getty, Google, Blackwell, Microsoft, Meta, Niles Investment Management, Cisco, Apple, Nvidia Corp, Bloomberg Locations: San Jose , California, Redmond , Washington, Taipei, Taiwan
Google boss Sundar Pichai says the company is moving boldly but cautiously with its AI efforts. In an interview with a YouTuber, Pichai discussed the balance of fast innovation and responsibility. Google's AI misstep with Gemini and competitive pressure may be behind the need for such a balance. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is trying to balance "moving fast" with being responsible, and that could mean it would need to slow down the launch of future AI tools.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Pichai, , YouTuber Varun Organizations: Gemini, Service, Google, Business
Insider Today: Google's big shakeup
  + stars: | 2024-05-19 | by ( Matt Turner | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +4 min
Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. If you're interviewing for a job in the coming weeks, check out these five questions to ask at the end. Roaring Kitty; Getty Images; Alyssa Powell/BIThis week's dispatchInvestors go back to the futureAdvertisementStocks hit record highs. And with bitcoin hovering near record highs and the crypto winter seemingly behind us, crypto companies are on the front foot once more. Erdinhasdemir/Getty Images, Choness/Getty Images, Abanti Chowdhury/BIThe hottest jobs right now are blueWant a six-figure salary?
Persons: , Kitty, Alyssa Powell, Keith Gill, Brandon Celi, Abanti Chowdhury, Jobs, Richard A, Rick Doblin, Sundar Pichai Mateusz, Chelsea Jia Feng Google's, shakeup, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Adam Selipsky's Organizations: Service, Business, Dow, Consumers, Walmart, UPS, FDA, Getty Images, Google, Amazon Locations: Ukraine, East, Silicon
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAge of the AI agents: OpenAI's GPT-4o and Google's Project Astra, plus an exclusive sit-down with Google CEO Sundar PichaiAI has moved into a new era – from chatbots to AI agents capable of having instantaneous, real-time conversations as showcased by Microsoft-backed OpenAI's GPT-4o and Google's Project Astra. We break down what's behind the big leap forward, the risks involved, and sit down with Google CEO Sundar Pichai exclusively on the news.
Persons: OpenAI's, Sundar Pichai Organizations: Google's, Astra, Google, Microsoft
It came almost 12 months after Google combined two key AI groups, DeepMind and Google Brain. Google's AI MVPGoogle DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis GoogleDemis Hassabis might be the most important person at Google right now. Then, in April last year, Pichai announced he would merge DeepMind with Google's in-house AI unit, known as Brain, into a supergroup named Google DeepMind. Reid reports directly to Raghavan, the ads and search senior vice president, and is shepherding a dramatic transition of Google Search. Fears of chatbots eating into Google's search dominance have yet to be realized, giving Google time to reinvent its most hallowed product.
Persons: , Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Susan Wojcicki, Demis, Hassabis, Larry Page, DeepMind, OpenAI, it's, accrues, ED JONES, Rick Osterloh, Sameer Samat, he'll, Hiroshi Lockheimer, Osterloh, Prabhakar Raghavan, Siri, Tim Cook, Hiroshi, SAJJAD HUSSAIN, Liz Reid, Reid, Raghavan, Pandu Nayak, Venkatachary, It's, chatbots, Bernstein, Mark Shmulik Organizations: Service, Google, Business, Google's, BI, Research, Hassabis, Android, Apple, Apple's Vision, CNBC, Google Local Locations: Raxium
In today's big story, inflation is cooling just in time for a US presidential election that will likely focus heavily on the economy . This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. The big storyThe economy and the electionAnna Moneymaker/Getty, Anna Moneymaker/Getty, Tyler Le/BISometimes, the biggest surprise is when there isn't one at all. AdvertisementOn Wednesday, Biden and Trump agreed to face off in two debates, the first coming in June . Now he has 18 direct reports, according to an internal org chart seen by Business Insider.
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AdvertisementSo who is Larry Page and how did he get to where he is today? AdvertisementPage and Sergey Brin create GoogleGoogle co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page met as students at Stanford. Google's parent company, Alphabet, has developed self-driving cars through Waymo, the company formerly known as the Google Self-Driving Car project. Page's personal lifeGoogle cofounder Larry Page and his wife, the scientist Lucinda Southworth C Flanigan/FilmMagicThroughout it all, Page has kept information about his personal life closely guarded. Life after GoogleGoogle cofounder Larry Page bought Cayo Norte, an island in Puerto Rico.
Persons: , Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Page, Sundar Pichai, Gloria, Carl Page —, Larry, what's, Nikola Tesla, he's, Brin's, BackRub, Brin, Eric Schmidt, Schmidt, Andy Rubin's, he'd, Andrew Kelly, Sergey, Lucinda Southworth C, Lucinda Southworth, Richard Branson, Page's, Carl Victor Page, Carl Page, He's, Hugh Langley Organizations: Service, Google, Business, Michigan State University . Education, Getty, Michigan State University, The, Montessori, Google Google, Stanford, Associated Press, University of Michigan, Labs, Reuters Page, Virgin Group, Investments, Carl Victor Page Memorial Foundation, Zee Aero, Pacific, Virgin Island, Atomic Locations: Michigan, Waymo, Toronto, Stanford, Caribbean, Palo Alto, Cayo Norte, Puerto Rico, Koop, Tavarua, Fiji
Google I/O 2024 "should assuage fears over [Alphabet's] AI competitive position," analysts at Oppenheimer wrote in a research note to clients on Wednesday. Here's the full list of Alphabet's AI updates. "I was using Google Search versus using ChatGPT … [and] ChatGPT was so much more thorough than Google without ads. The next big question in AI: Who will Apple choose to partner with for its own AI features? Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks at the Google I/O developer conference.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Oppenheimer, Bard, Jim Cramer, Siri, Alexa —, Sundar Pichai, ChatGPT, Jim, Goldman, Jim Cramer's, Andrej Sokolow Organizations: Citi, Google, Wednesday, ChatGPT, Microsoft, Gmail, Gemini, Apple, Developers, CNBC, Getty
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
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAlphabet CEO on report OpenAI trained GPT-4 on YouTube: We have clear terms of serviceAlphabet CEO Sundar Pichai joins CNBC's Deirdre Bosa at Google I/O developer conference to talk its new AI rollout, project Astra, its response to OpenAI's search competitor and more.
Persons: OpenAI, GPT, Sundar Pichai, Deirdre Bosa Organizations: Google, Astra
CNN —A day after OpenAI impressed with a startlingly improved ChatGPT AI model, Google showed off its vision for how AI will improve the products that billions of people use every day. Google showed how it wants its AI products to become a bigger part of users’ lives by sharing information, interacting with others, finding objects around the house, making schedules, shopping and using an Android device. Simply put, Google wants its AI to be part of everything you do. Google CEO Sundar Pichai showed off various new features powered by its latest AI model Gemini 1.5 Pro. One new feature, called Ask Photos, allows users to search photos for deeper insights, such as asking when your daughter learned to swim or recall what your license plate number is, by looking through saved pictures.
Persons: OpenAI, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, , , Google’s, Jacob Bourne, it’s Organizations: CNN, Google, Gmail, Google Lens, Astra,
Meanwhile, OpenAI on Monday launched a new AI model and desktop version of ChatGPT, along with a new user interface. Gemini AI updatesGoogle introduced updates to Gemini 1.5 Pro, its AI model that will soon be able to handle even more data — for example, the tool can summarize 1,500 pages of text uploaded by a user. Generative AI tools such as chatbots and image creators continue to have issues with accuracy, however. New search featuresThe tech giant is launching "AI Overviews" in Google Search on Monday in the U.S. AI Overviews show a quick summary of answers to the most complex search questions, according to Liz Reid, head of Google Search. Google Search found the model of the record player and suggested that it could be malfunctioning because it wasn't properly balanced.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Andrej Sokolow, Anthropic, OpenAI, There's, Pichai, Gemini, Apple's Siri, Prabhakar Raghavan, Liz Reid, you'll, that's, Google's, Tony Stark's, , ChatGPT, Demis Hassabis Organizations: Google, Getty, Gemini, Monday, Gmail, Astra Project Astra, Marvel, Astra Locations: U.S
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said Google will "sort it out" if it determines Microsoft -backed OpenAI relied on YouTube content to train an artificial intelligence model that can generate videos. The New York Times later reported that OpenAI had transcribed over a million hours of YouTube videos. Asked if Google would sue OpenAI if the startup violated the search company's terms of service, Pichai didn't offer specifics. Pichai said Google has processes in place to figure out if OpenAI failed to comply with the rules. WATCH: Alphabet CEO on report OpenAI trained GPT-4 on YouTube: We have clear terms of service
Persons: Sundar Pichai, OpenAI, CNBC's Deirdre Bosa, Mira Murati, Murati, Pichai, Apple, Bosa, We'll, GPT Organizations: Microsoft, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Google, Google's, Astra, Apple, Developers Conference, Bloomberg, Gemini Locations: U.S, Cupertino , California
Google's big summer conference, Google IO, kicks off today at 1 p.m. Business Insider will be in attendance and covering the biggest announcements — follow along below. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. ET to kick off Google IO, the company's annual developer conference. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Read previewSince ChatGPT burst onto the scene in 2022, there's been no real "killer app" to get consumers embracing AI in massive numbers. The internet, possibly the biggest killer app of all, made us all buy smartphones, tablets, and a host of other connected devices. AI killer app contendersAt its IO developer conference on Tuesday, Google showed off some pretty amazing AI killer app contenders. A Google AI model lurking on the phone (and in the cloud) answered correctly. The Google AI agent captured all the dates, times, and other details and automatically loaded them into the user's Google Calendar.
Persons: , there's, she'd, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Sundar Pichai, Sissie Hsiao, DeepMind's Hassabis, Pichai Organizations: Service, Business, Google, Astra, Microsoft Locations: London
While promoting Project Astra, Google CEO Sundar Pichai teased the possible return of Google Glass. The first Google Glass was originally launched in 2013 and was a remarkable commercial failure. "Google Glass has RE-entered the chat," one user quipped below the YouTube video promoting Project Astra and featuring the prototype glasses. AdvertisementThe original Google Glass debuted in 2013 but was a remarkable commercial failure. Production on the original Google Glass was ultimately discontinued in 2015, though two enterprise editions were attempted in 2017 and 2019, respectively.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Pichai, , Sundar Pichar, Pichar, toted, Quinn Meyers Organizations: Astra, Google, CNBC, Service, Project Astra, Business, YouTube, Apple, Gemini
Watch CNBC's full interview with Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai
  + stars: | 2024-05-14 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC's full interview with Alphabet CEO Sundar PichaiAlphabet CEO Sundar Pichai joins CNBC's Deirdre Bosa at Google I/O developer conference to talk its new AI rollout, project Astra, its response to OpenAI's search competitor and more.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Deirdre Bosa Organizations: Google, Astra
Google Takes the Next Step in Its A.I. Evolution
  + stars: | 2024-05-14 | by ( Nico Grant | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
Last May, Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, said that the company would use artificial intelligence to reimagine all of its products. On Tuesday, at Google’s annual conference in Mountain View, Calif., Mr. Pichai showed how the company’s aggressive work on A.I. Overviews, that generates information summaries above traditional search results. Overviews is likely to heighten concerns that web publishers will see less traffic from Google Search, putting more pressure on an industry that has reeled from rifts with other tech platforms. On Google, users will see longer summaries about a topic, which could reduce the need to go to another website — though Google downplayed those concerns.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Pichai Organizations: Google Locations: Mountain View, Calif, U.S
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAlphabet CEO: Search uses Gemini's intelligence, and grounds it with what it knows about the worldAlphabet CEO Sundar Pichai joins CNBC's Deirdre Bosa at Google I/O developer conference to talk its new AI rollout, project Astra, its response to OpenAI's search competitor and more.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Deirdre Bosa Organizations: Google, Astra
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