An early example of what is possible when applying AI to game development
Using AI to make 3D models
From real-time media models to AI codecs
"Greedflation" was one of the contenders
Intel's laptop-focused chips are almost here
US export restrictions could cost Nvidia $5 billion in lost orders, sends share price to 5-month low
Team Green temporarily lost its $1 trillion valuation
Lenovo unites businesses, showcases AI strategy
Transforming principles of trust and provenance into consumer-ready technology
The order's goals also relate to privacy, job losses, bias, and more
Bringing mainframe computing into the cloud era
US immigration enforcement used an AI-powered tool to scan social media posts "derogatory" to the US
"The government should not be using algorithms to scrutinize our social media posts"
Everyone can hallucinate with confidence
Highly toxic for text-to-image generators
A bit of good news for Team Green
Qualcomm's next-gen Arm SoC runs Windows, can beat Intel and Apple in some applications and efficiency
Something to look forward to: After years of monotony and relative stasis in the PC industry, things are starting to change. And man, it's getting exciting again! Earlier this year, AMD launched the Ryzen 7040, the first PC SoC with a built-in NPU (Neural Processing Unit) – otherwise known as an AI accelerator. Then a few weeks ago, Intel debuted its Core Ultra chip featuring its own AI accelerator. Now Qualcomm is putting an exclamation point on the AI PC trend with the launch of its Snapdragon X Elite SoC for PCs.
The result of overreliance and a lack of diversity in AI models
A hot potato: The loss of jobs, the death of human creativity, plagiarism, wiping out the human race – is there anything else we need to worry about when it comes to advanced AI? Yes, according to the head of the SEC: a financial crisis that is "nearly unavoidable."
Investigators fear incidents could cause a significant scandal
Intel wants to promote the use of the latest tech in upcoming "Meteor Lake" chips
The AI era is upon us, and Nvidia wants it to be powered by its GeForce RTX cards
Why work hard when a machine can pick up the slack?
A new type of manufacturing powered by intelligence (and data) collection
A big blow for Team Green
Marc Andreessen publishes manifesto: slowing down AI development is murder, population can expand to 50 billion
Andreessen rages against sustainability, social responsibility, and risk management
Nvidia still makes billions from selling its less-powerful AI chips to China
Milogost Reczek reprises his role of Viktor Vektor from beyond the grave