- Google launches AI-powered search ads
While Google and Microsoft are still vying to dominate AI search, Google launched AI-powered search ads today. Making assets for your advertising with Google AI is one of the new features that Google is introducing. The right ad, together with pertinent assets, will be delivered to the appropriate person through Google’s new AI-powered advertisements.
- Musk approaches AI researchers to develop ChatGPT rival
According to persons with intimate knowledge of the project, billionaire Elon Musk recently approached AI experts about establishing a new lab to create a ChatGPT rival. Igor Babuschkin, a researcher who just left Alphabet’s DeepMind AI unit, has been sought after by Tesla and Twitter CEO Musk, according to the story.
- Meta creates separate team focused on AI products
As the competition for artificial intelligence (AI) among Big Tech companies heats up, Meta Platforms’ chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, announced on Monday that the company is forming a new top-level product division with a focus on generative AI. Zuckerberg said, “We’re starting by pulling together a lot of the teams working on generative AI across the company into one group focused on building delightful experiences around this technology.”
- Snapchat debuts its own chatbot ‘My AI’ based on ChatGPT
According to a press statement from the firm, Snapchat has debuted its own chatbot named “My AI” using the most recent version of OpenAI’s fast-expanding generative text engine, ChatGPT. Only Snapchat+ subscribers will currently be able to use My AI. At $3.99 (Rs 329) a month, these subscribers get access to “exclusive, experimental, and pre-release features.”
- Indian Youth makes waves with AI, ML inventions
Nikhil JSK, a 24-year-old man from Vizag, became an inventor at a young age due to his technological curiosity and practical skill. Nikhil is presently employed by IBM in Bangalore as a software engineer. The youngster is a member of a small team that has developed three machine learning and artificial intelligence-related technologies and submitted patent applications to the USPTO.