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Baidu's ChatGPT-like Ernie Bot has more than 100 mln users.png
Baidu's ChatGPT-like Ernie Bot has more than 100 mln users
Baidu's (9888.HK), opens new tab ChatGPT-like Ernie Bot has garnered more than 100 million users, Wang Haifeng, chief technology officer of the Chinese internet company. The user base milestone, announced at a deep learning summit in Beijing, comes after the search engine giant opened Ernie Bot to the public in August. This was preceded by a partial unveiling and more than five-month trial period where select users could test the chatbot's capabilities.
By BlueOC AdminJan 29, 2024
Google's AI note-taking app is now available to users in the US.png
Google's AI note-taking app is now available to users in the US
NotebookLM is also getting a feature that transforms your notes into another type of document.
By BlueOC AdminJan 29, 2024
Microsoft’s new Copilot key is the first big change to Windows keyboards in 30 years.png
Microsoft’s new Copilot key is the first big change to Windows keyboards in 30 years
Microsoft wants 2024 to be the year of the AI PC as it lines up bigger changes to Windows.
By BlueOC AdminJan 29, 2024
X plans to create a content moderation ‘headquarters’ in Austin.png
X plans to create a content moderation ‘headquarters’ in Austin
The new 100-person team will focus on CSAM content.
By BlueOC AdminJan 29, 2024
Google’s Hugging Face deal puts ‘supercomputer’ power behind open-source AI.webp
Google’s Hugging Face deal puts ‘supercomputer’ power behind open-source AI
AI developers using Hugging Face can access Google’s cloud setup and its thousands of GPUs connected to services like Vertex AI.
By BlueOC AdminJan 29, 2024
Microsoft lays off 1,900 Activision Blizzard and Xbox employees.webp
Microsoft lays off 1,900 Activision Blizzard and Xbox employees
Microsoft is laying off 1,900 employees at Activision Blizzard and Xbox this week. While Microsoft is primarily laying off roles at Activision Blizzard, some Xbox and ZeniMax employees will also be impacted by the cuts. The cuts work out to roughly 8 percent of the overall Microsoft Gaming division that stands at around 22,000 employees in total.
By BlueOC AdminJan 29, 2024