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Nvidia all the time, Elon Musk wants a piece, and Apple looks to Google: AI news roundup

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang delivering his keynote address at Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California.
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Elon Musk onstage at The New York Times DealBook Summit 2023
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An Intel sign outside the Fab 42 microprocessor manufacturing site in Chandler, Arizona.
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The world could have a new superpower in the Great AI race: Saudi Arabia reportedly has $40 billion earmarked to invest in artificial intelligence technology. A fund that size would be one of the world’s largest to-date targeted toward the development of AI.

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang during his keynote address at the company’s GPU Tech Conference in San Jose, California
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Stanley cups on display at Dick’s Sporting Goods
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Nvidia made waves this week during its GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose, California, debuting a new chip ↗ that has the world’s largest tech companies already queueing up. But for those of us who don’t need and can’t afford the $30,000 to $40,000 chip ↗, it looks like Nvidia has a more affordable — and useful for one’s practical, walking-around life.

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang during his keynote address at Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference on Monday in San Jose, California.
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OpenAI’s AI video generator Sora
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Seeing a video playback of a cool dream or idea you have might become a reality soon. OpenAI’s text-to-video AI generator, Sora ↗, is going to be publicly released “definitely this year,” said Mira Murati, the company’s chief technology officer. But when asked about nudity on Sora, Murati said she wasn’t sure if it would be allowed in video generations, adding that artists might use nude generations in creative settings. Murati said OpenAI is “working with artists and creators from different fields to figure out exactly what’s useful,” along with “what level of flexibility” Sora should have.

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Mustafa Suleyman is now serves as the EVP and CEO of Microsoft AI.
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Tech giant Microsoft announced that it has named Mustafa Suleyman, the co-founder of two high-profile AI startups, as chief executive of its new AI division.

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang during his keynote address at Nvidia’s GTC conference on Monday in San Jose, California.
Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images)

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As the world’s most significant chipmaker faces a lawsuit over allegedly training its AI model on copyrighted work ↗, Nvidia’s deputy general counsel said at the chipmaker’s AI tech conference ↗ he doesn’t see intellectual property law being extended to generative AI model creations.

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Super Micro Computer has been one of several beneficiaries of Wall Street’s interest in artificial intelligence.
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Meta plans to have about 350,000 of Nvidia’s H100 chips by the end of this year.
Image: Dado Ruvic (Reuters)

Goldman Sachs analysts say there will four phases of the AI stock market craze.
Image: Dado Ruvic (Reuters)

A deal with Google or OpenAI would supplement Apple’s plans to add new artificial intelligence features into iOS18.
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Apple is reportedly looking to power new features coming to the iPhone software later this year with its competitors’ artificial intelligence systems.

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Michael Maren
Michael Maren
Former marine biologist who likes to spend as much time in the tropics as possible, due to a horrible time I once had in Alaska. Brrrr.

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