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It’s that time again where we dive into the exciting world of tech innovations. From AI language models breaking language barriers to systems generating ultra-realistic images, and even AI mastering video games, the tech landscape is evolving at an astonishing pace.
Here’s your scoop on some remarkable recent developments:
1. Google’s PaLM Language Model: 🌐🤖
- Google AI’s PaLM language model is a state-of-the-art large language model that can translate 200 languages with high accuracy, even when the languages are not closely related. This is a huge breakthrough in machine translation, and it has the potential to revolutionize the way we communicate and collaborate across cultures.
2. Meta AI’s Make-A-Human: 📸🤖
- Meta has unveiled a new AI system called Make-A-Human, which can generate photorealistic digital humans in minutes. The system is still under development, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we create and interact with digital content.
3. OpenAI’s Dactyl AI: 🎮🤖
- Dactyl AI, developed by OpenAI, boasts superhuman video game skills, outperforming human players.
- It dominates a range of games, including Dota 2 and StarCraft II.
4. Microsoft AI’s Copilot: 💻🤖
- Microsoft’s Copilot AI is a coding wizard, capable of writing code in multiple programming languages like Python, Java, and C++.
- It also assists programmers in debugging and error detection.
5. DeepMind AI’s Gato: 🧠🎲
- Gato, from DeepMind AI, can learn new tasks without explicit programming, demonstrating versatile learning capabilities.
- It excels in mastering games like Atari games, chess, translating languages, and coding tasks.
Meta’s Instagram and Facebook to offer subscription
Meta is reportedly planning to offer a subscription service for Instagram and Facebook. The subscription service would give users access to exclusive features, such as ad-free browsing and the ability to post longer videos.
Google to launch Pixel Watch 2 today, October 4
Google is expected to launch its second-generation smartwatch, the Pixel Watch 2, today during its Made by Google event. The new smartwatch is rumored to feature a more durable design, a longer-lasting battery, and new fitness tracking features.
Samsung launches Galaxy S23 FE, Tab S9 FE series, and Buds FE
Samsung has launched the Galaxy S23 FE (Fan Edition) smartphone, the Tab S9 FE tablet, and the Buds FE wireless earbuds. The Galaxy S23 FE is a more affordable version of the Galaxy S23 flagship smartphone, while the Tab S9 FE is a more affordable version of the Tab S9 tablet. The Buds FE are a more affordable version of the Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds.
Intel to spin out programmable chip unit, hold IPO; shares rise 2%
Intel is planning to spin out its programmable chip unit, Altera, and hold an initial public offering (IPO) for the company. The move is part of Intel’s efforts to focus on its core businesses and to reduce its debt.
UK regulator to push for probe into Amazon, Microsoft cloud dominance
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is reportedly planning to push for an antitrust investigation into the dominance of Amazon and Microsoft in the cloud computing market. The CMA is concerned that the two companies’ dominance is stifling competition and innovation in the market.
Stay tuned for more captivating tech updates and marvels from the ever-evolving world of artificial intelligence and innovation.
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