This is a repeat of 1995
Microsoft is repeating a memo that Sir William Gates III wrote about the internet in 1995 only this time it is talking about AI.
So much for we favour regulation
While OpenAI is saying that it favours tough AI legislation it has been actually lobbying the EU to water down some of its rules.
Vole is just too aggressive for the passive OpenAI
The relationship between Microsoft and OpenAI is getting "awkward" due to tension and confusion, according to the Wall Street Journal.
It was only a matter of time
OpenAI is facing a defamation lawsuit filed by Mark Walters, who claims that the AI platform falsely accused him of embezzling money from a gun rights group in statements delivered to a journalist.
Companies deploying generative AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard with the potential to generate disinformation should label such content as part of their efforts to combat fake news, European Commission deputy head Vera Jourova said.
Software King of the World Sir William Gates III claims that AI will soon create personal digital agents for humans so that they never have to go to a productivity site or Amazon again.
It needs to be more trustworthy than politicians
The leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) nations have called for the adoption of international technical standards to ensure AI trustworthiness.
When you lack innovation fall back on taxation
Fruity cargo-cult Apple was caught completely flatfooted by AI, without a product or plan, but insiders in the frying saucer believe that it is unnecessary for now.
Just like he did Tesla
The soon to be former supreme twit Elon [look at me] Musk claims he invented OpenAI and even came up with the name.