OpenAI’s New Model GPT-4o, Elon Musk’s High Regard For Ilya Sutskever And Microsoft’s China Move: This Week In Artificial Intelligence

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It’s been a whirlwind of a week in the World of artificial intelligence, with OpenAI stealing the limelight. The AI firm introduced a groundbreaking version of its AI model, GPT-4o, and saw the departure of key personnel. Meanwhile, Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) is urging its China-based AI team to relocate amid escalating tech tensions. Let’s delve into the major stories of the week. OpenAI Unveils GPT-4o OpenAI introduced GPT-4o, a more efficient and cost-effective version of its AI model, GPT-4. This new model, trained on extensive internet data, is designed to handle text, audio, and image… Read More “OpenAI’s New Model GPT-4o, Elon Musk’s High Regard For Ilya Sutskever And Microsoft’s China Move: This Week In Artificial Intelligence”

Time to ditch Windows 10? Major announcement at Microsoft event tomorrow could convince you to upgrade

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Microsoft will hold its next major event at its Redmond headquarters tomorrow, May 20. The announcement will not be available to watch online, but is widely tipped to see the reveal of all-new Surface devices. The event coincides with the start of Microsoft Build — the annual developer conference, where executives from the company reveal the roadmap for Windows 11, AI features like Copilot, and cloud service Azure. Microsoft has invested $10 billion into OpenAI, the firm behind ChatGPT, which offered a sneak peek at its latest AI model this month, so we’d expect to find out how ChatGPT-4o will… Read More “Time to ditch Windows 10? Major announcement at Microsoft event tomorrow could convince you to upgrade”

‘Best form of dosage’ for apple cider vinegar boosts its efficacy for weight loss

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Dieticians around the World have touted apple cider vinegar as a superfood thanks to its antioxidant effects. In recent years, the superfood has gained recognition as a weight loss tool thanks to its satiating effect. To enjoy the condiment’s slimming effects, experts believe the timing of doses may be essential. Sarah Herrington, MS, CNC, CPT, Nutritionist for Brio-Medical, says “apple cider vinegar does not have a ‘fat burning effect’, but argues that its mitigating effect on blood sugar may support weight loss. “One advantageous use it may have during a fat loss regimen is its potential to … Read More “‘Best form of dosage’ for apple cider vinegar boosts its efficacy for weight loss”

Florida Gov. DeSantis Wipes Out ‘Climate Change’ Language But Focuses On Reliable Energy

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed legislation on Wednesday eliminating nearly all mentions of climate change in Florida law and doing away with the need for the state to take it into account when developing energy policy. The law also prohibits the development of offshore wind facilities within a mile of the state’s coastline. It was passed by the state Legislature in March and goes into effect in July. Offshore wind turbines are prohibited in Florida waters. “Florida rejects the designs of the left to weaken our energy grid, pursue a radical climate agenda, and promote foreign adversaries,… Read More “Florida Gov. DeSantis Wipes Out ‘Climate Change’ Language But Focuses On Reliable Energy”

US troops arrived in Moldova with military aid

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On May 18, a C-17 aircraft of the North Carolina Air National Guard, US, arrived at Chisinau Airport to support Exercise PEACE SHIELD, according to the US Embassy in Moldova. 35 servicemen from the North Carolina National Guard and US Air Forces in Europe will practice emergency response tactics necessary for the safety of Moldovan citizens. In addition, the aircraft delivered medical and defense equipment, which will be handed over to the Ministry of Defense of Moldova as part of US aid. “The US is proud to partner with the Moldovan government and people as they continue to build a democratic… Read More “US troops arrived in Moldova with military aid”

US troops arrived in Moldova with military aid

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RBC-Ukraine (UK)

On May 18, a C-17 aircraft of the North Carolina Air National Guard, US, arrived at Chisinau Airport to support Exercise PEACE SHIELD, according to the US Embassy in Moldova. 35 servicemen from the North Carolina National Guard and US Air Forces in Europe will practice emergency response tactics necessary for the safety of Moldovan citizens. In addition, the aircraft delivered medical and defense equipment, which will be handed over to the Ministry of Defense of Moldova as part of US aid. “The US is proud to partner with the Moldovan government and people as they continue to build a democratic… Read More “US troops arrived in Moldova with military aid”

US troops arrived in Moldova with military aid

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RBC-Ukraine

On May 18, a C-17 aircraft of the North Carolina Air National Guard, US, arrived at Chisinau Airport to support Exercise PEACE SHIELD, according to the US Embassy in Moldova. 35 servicemen from the North Carolina National Guard and US Air Forces in Europe will practice emergency response tactics necessary for the safety of Moldovan citizens. In addition, the aircraft delivered medical and defense equipment, which will be handed over to the Ministry of Defense of Moldova as part of US aid. “The US is proud to partner with the Moldovan government and people as they continue to build a democratic… Read More “US troops arrived in Moldova with military aid”

Can we rid artificial intelligence of bias?

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San Francisco (AFP) – Artificial intelligence built on mountains of potentially biased information has created a real risk of automating discrimination, but is there any way to re-educate the machines? The question for some is extremely urgent. In this ChatGPT era, AI will generate more and more decisions for health care providers, bank lenders or lawyers, using whatever was scoured from the internet as source material.  AI’s underlying intelligence, therefore, is only as good as the World it came from, as likely to be filled with wit, wisdom, and usefulness, as well as hatred, prejudice and r… Read More “Can we rid artificial intelligence of bias?”

Abu Dhabi Forum for Peace discusses preparations for conference on AI, religions in Hiroshima

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Abu Dhabi [UAE], May 18 (ANI/WAM): Shaikh Al Mahfoudh bin Bayyah, Secretary-General of the Abu Dhabi Forum for Peace, and Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, discussed preparations for a conference on artificial intelligence (AI) and religions in Hiroshima. This conference, slated to take place in July, is part of the ongoing efforts of the “Hiroshima AI Process,” initiated by the G7 leaders recently. During the meeting, both parties deliberated on the significance of broadening the reach of the Rome Call for AI Ethics to encompass all religions and human … Read More “Abu Dhabi Forum for Peace discusses preparations for conference on AI, religions in Hiroshima”

Artificial Intelligence will bring revolution in human surgery: ISRO scientist Mylswamy Annadurai

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Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], May 18 (ANI): Former Project Director Chandrayaan and ISRO scientist Mylswamy Annadurai said that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will bring a big revolution in human surgery and can be a super-assistant to surgeons. Mylswamy Annadurai said, “AI is making inroads in all the fields, including the surgical field. From open surgery to laparoscopic to robotic-assisted surgery, robotics can be infused with AI. There will be a big revolution in human surgery. For this, surgeons should also be aware of that. AI will be super-assistant to surgeons. This can also increase the… Read More “Artificial Intelligence will bring revolution in human surgery: ISRO scientist Mylswamy Annadurai”