This week, the Stanford Foundation Model Transparency Index (FMTI) says top AI companies fail the transparency test, which will bring major setbacks to top artificial intelligence. Recently, NVIDIA research has made a significant stride in the field of robotic training. And now you can use two WhatsApp apps on one phone. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta (formerly known as Facebook), has unveiled an exciting new feature for WhatsApp users.
Also, two prominent company layoffs were in the news this week. Why LinkedIn and Stack Overflow Reducing its Workforce
The pace of progress in AI and ML surprises us with cutting-edge innovations that are reshaping the future of technology, healthcare, finance, the environment, and many others.
Check here, What are the latest developments in AI and ML between October 17 to 23, 2023?
Stanford Foundation Model Transparency Index (FMTI) Says Top AI Companies Fail Transparency Test
Stanford Foundation Model Transparency Index (FMTI) was released on October 18, 2023, and had some severe allegations on Top Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies of the world which include Meta, BigScience, OpenAI, StabilityAI, Google, Anthropic, Cohere, AL21Labs, Infelection and Amazon. To Read More: Click Here
NVIDIA Research Unveils Eureka: AI Breakthrough in Robot Learning with GPT 4 LLMs
NVIDIA Research has made a significant stride in the field of robotics with the introduction of Eureka, an AI agent that leverages Large Language Models (LLMs) to teach robots intricate skills, achieving feats previously considered the domain of human expertise. To Read More: Click Here
Meta Introduces Two WhatsApp Accounts on One Phone for Seamless Professional and Personal Messaging
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta (formerly known as Facebook), has unveiled an exciting new feature for WhatsApp users. The challenge of differentiating between personal and professional conversations within the popular messaging app has persisted for some time. To Read More: Click Here
x introduces us $1 annual fee for new users in New Zealand and the Philippines
X introduces us $1 annual fee for new users in New Zealand and the Philippines: The subscription plan, referred to as ‘Not A Bot,’ was officially unveiled on October 17th, 2023. This measure has been developed to reinforce the platform’s ongoing efforts to reduce spam, manipulation, and bot activity. To Read More: Click Here
Two Prominent Companies Layoff News: Why LinkedIn and Stack Overflow Resucing its Workforce
Stack Overflow Lays Off 28% of Staff; Announce CEO Prashanth Chandrasekar to Stay Profitable