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Real World AI: A Weekly Peek into Today’s Tech

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Welcome to our weekly exploration of artificial intelligence, where we spotlight select developments that are transforming industries as well as our everyday lives.

This week, we’re looking at Nvidia’s impact on the AI market, revealing how their investments are boosting small AI firms. We’ll also share insights into how Gen Z is using AI tools like ChatGPT to negotiate salaries and advance their careers. Additionally, we delve into the efforts by OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altman, to expand global manufacturing of AI chips—a move with wide-reaching implications for national security and the tech industry.

And that’s just the beginning! Join us as we explore more AI stories that are shaping our future and take a deeper look at the fascinating world of AI.

AI in the News

Nvidia holdings disclosure pumps up shares of small AI companies: While Nvidia has long been involved with venture investing, its more recent deals are likely to be much more significant given the boom in artificial intelligence.

ChatGPT negotiated my salary’: How Gen Z uses AI to boost their careers.

How Neara uses AI to protect utilities from extreme weather: The Australia-based startup recently launched AI and machine learning products that creates large-scale models of networks and
assess risks without having to perform manual surveys.

OpenAI Chief Executive Officer Sam Altman is working to secure US government approval for a massive venture to boost global manufacturing of artificial intelligence chips, an effort that risks raising national security and antitrust concerns in Washington, according to people familiar with the matter.

People are getting emotionally attached to AI partners: Artificial intelligence, real emotion. People are seeking a romantic connection with the perfect bot.

Apple is developing an AI tool to help developers write code for apps said to rival Microsoft’s GitHub Copilot. The new tool would help developers create code more quickly.

How AI copyright lawsuits could make the whole industry go extinct: The New York Times’ lawsuit against OpenAI is part of a broader, industry-shaking copyright challenge that could define the future of AI.

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As we wrap up this week’s look into AI’s latest developments, we hope you’ve found these updates interesting and enlightening. Join us again next week for more discoveries as we explore the ever-evolving world of artificial intelligence together.