AI Tech Leaders Discuss Regulation of AI Development in Closed-Door Senate Meeting

The CEOs of prominent AI companies, including Meta’s Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Alphabet’s Sundar Pichai, Tesla’s Elon Musk, and Open AI’s Sam Altman, recently appeared before Congress to discuss the regulation of AI development. This closed-door meeting, organized by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, aimed to seek consensus on how AI development should be regulated moving forward.… Read the rest

Google Cloud Partners with NVIDIA for High Performance Computing

Google Cloud has announced its partnership with NVIDIA to enhance its High Performance Computing (HPC) offerings. With this collaboration, Google Cloud aims to provide customers with faster and more efficient HPC solutions powered by NVIDIA’s state-of-the-art GPUs.

The partnership will allow Google Cloud to integrate NVIDIA’s latest A100 Tensor Core GPUs into its HPC infrastructure.… Read the rest

Spiritbox Announces ‘The Fear Of Fear’ EP

Canadian metal band Spiritbox has revealed details about their upcoming EP titled ‘The Fear Of Fear’. Set to release on November 3, the project will be released through Rise Records/Pale Chord. The EP is being anticipated with the release of the single ‘Jaded’, which follows their previous release in April, ‘The Void’.… Read the rest

OpenAI Develops AI-Powered Content Moderation System

OpenAI, a subsidiary of Microsoft, is utilizing its large language models like GPT-4 to create a scalable, consistent, and customizable content moderation system. The company claims that GPT-4 can not only assist in content moderation decisions but also aid in policy development and iteration, significantly reducing the time cycle from months to hours.… Read the rest

Terrorists Could Use AI for Hacking

Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden has raised concerns about the potential use of artificial intelligence (AI) by terrorists to carry out hacking attacks in the UK. He emphasized the importance of being vigilant against the manipulation of “deepfake” images in order to protect democracy.… Read the rest