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Feb 16, 2023

Ep. 124: How can companies stay innovative?

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Alex Goryachev is the former managing director of Cisco’s global Co-Innovation Center, where he spearheaded programs and initiatives to accelerate innovation. He is a Silicon Valley veteran who is a sought-after speaker on innovation and is often referred to as the ‘innovation therapist’.

#innovation #futurism #business

Feb 16, 2023

Healthy fast food start up takes on the McDonald’s empire

Posted by in categories: business, food

In an attempt to radically alter the fast food industry, one Los Angeles based business is serving up healthy fast food at the same low cost as competitors like McDonald’s and Burger King.

The people at Everytable believe that healthy food isn’t a luxury product to be enjoyed by the most affluent, but rather, it is a human right that should be accessible to all. So they came up with a unique business model that enables them to provide cheap healthy food in low-income communities and food deserts.

Feb 16, 2023

Dynatrace strengthens observability intelligence with AutomationEngine, Grail updates

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI, security

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Massachusetts-headquartered Dynatrace, which provides an intelligence layer to monitor and optimize application development, performance and security, today announced key updates for its core platform, including a new AutomationEngine that enables teams to streamline monitoring and other activity across a variety of workflows.

Developers, security specialists, operations personnel and even business users can tap into the platform. The company made the announcement at its annual cloud observability conference in Las Vegas.

Feb 15, 2023

GitHub Copilot gets AI-based vulnerability filtering system, better code suggestions in new update

Posted by in categories: business, policy, robotics/AI

To further promote Copilot, GitHub is giving it an update, which will bring a set of new capabilities. According to GitHub, this update will benefit both users in the Copilot for Individuals and Copilot for Business plans.

Copilot is an AI-based coding tool that offers autocomplete-style suggestions while the users code. It complements Visual Studio, Neovim, and JetBrains integrated development environments, making code writing easier and faster for developers. In December, GitHub announced its ‘Copilot for Business,’ which costs $19 per user monthly. Aside from the features in the single-license Copilot tier, the business plan includes license management and organization-wide policy management capabilities. This collection of capabilities is now getting an expansion with a new update GitHub is pushing for Copilot for Individuals and Copilot for Business plans.

First of these improvements are the corporate proxy support (including those with self-signed certificates) specifically for Copilot for Business and the better quality of code suggestions in the entire Copilot tool. According to GitHub, the latter is made possible through the upgraded AI Codex model, the new Fill-In-the-Middle paradigm, and a lightweight client-side model.

Feb 14, 2023

Father of internet warns: Don’t rush investments into A.I. just because ChatGPT is ‘really cool’

Posted by in categories: business, internet, robotics/AI

Google chief evangelist and “father of the internet” Vint Cerf has a message for executives looking to rush business deals on chat artificial intelligence: “Don’t.”

Cerf pleaded with attendees at a Mountain View, California, conference on Monday not to scramble to invest in conversational AI just because “it’s a hot topic.” The warning comes amid a burst in popularity for ChatGPT.

Feb 14, 2023

IBM unveils AI supercomputer ‘in the cloud’

Posted by in categories: business, existential risks, robotics/AI, supercomputing

Not going to happen unless some “doomsdayers” decide to take man back to analog. Perish the thought!

Which brings us to Big Blue – not Big Brother – and its move to take artificial intelligence into the cloud minus all the hardware.

Yes, IBM (and let’s not leave out Red Hat, IBM’s core cloud player) has found another way to tout its cloud computing business by creating what it calls an artificial intelligence-focused supercomputer that exists in the cloud.

Feb 14, 2023

Using Recycled Paper to Cool the Air

Posted by in categories: business, engineering, sustainability

That’s the premise of Yi Zheng’s new invention. The associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern has created a sustainable material that can be used to make buildings or other objects able to keep cool without relying on conventional cooling systems.

Circa: 2021

MIE Associate Professor Yi Zheng developed a “cooling paper” that could help cool the air in homes and businesses without the use of electricity.

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Feb 13, 2023

As ChatGPT hype hits fever pitch, Neeva launches its generative AI search engine internationally

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI, transportation

Challenger search engine Neeva wants to replace the familiar “10 blue links” in search results with something more fitting for the modern AI age.

Back in December, Neeva co-founder and CEO Sridhar Ramaswamy, who previously spearheaded Google’s advertising tech business, teased new “cutting edge AI” and large language models (LLMs), positioning itself against the ChatGPT hype train.

“ChatGPT cannot give you real time data or fact verification,” Ramaswamy wrote at the time. “In our upcoming upgrades, Neeva can.”

Feb 12, 2023

ChatGPT effect: Alibaba group to also debut a chatbot soon

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ChatGPT, Open AI’s conversational chatbot, is currently one of the most popular tools on the internet. Designed to assist in tasks ranging from summarizing information to generating some of its own, the chatbot has trumped the likes of Tiktok and Instagram regarding daily active users. Microsoft hopes to cash into this rush by powering its Bing search engine with an advanced version of the GPT, the learning language model that runs the chatbot.

Alilbaba to launch ChatGPT rival too

Such has been the craze of ChatGPT that no tech company wants to be left out of this race. After years of hyped-up AI talk, something tangible has emerged and has the potential to knock Google off its perch or at least drastically change how it conducts its business.

Feb 12, 2023

Streamer Brings Deepfake Youtubers on Twitch for Next-Level Entertainment

Posted by in categories: business, entertainment, robotics/AI

Deepfake technology has been around for some time, and it’s currently causing controversies for the potential threats it may bring when fallen into the wrong hands. Even India’s business tycoon Anand Mahindra sparked alarm over hyper-realistic synthetic videos.

But some personalities are redefining the way viewers perceive deepfakes. For instance, David Guetta recently synthesized Eminem’s voice to hype up an event. And it’s only one of the many examples of people using artificial intelligence (AI) for entertainment. In fact, it already came to different social media websites like Twitch that take streaming to the next level.

Bachir Boumaaza is a Youtuber who once made a name for his record-breaking games, which he used to help numerous charities. But he became inactive, with most of his fans wondering where he went, thinking it might’ve been the end of his career.

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