OpenAI's ChatGPT now includes a real-time web search feature, Browse with Bing, allowing the AI to pull current and cited information directly from the web. Initially available for Plus and Enterprise subscribers, a broader rollout is anticipated soon. This enhancement aligns ChatGPT with other platforms like Microsoft’s Bing Chat and Google’s Bard, which already provide live web information retrieval. Continue Reading →
Seven AI tech giants – OpenAI, Microsoft, Google, Meta, Amazon, Anthropic, and Inflection – have committed to watermarking AI-generated content. The goal is to label the provenance of AI-generated text, video, audio, and images, thereby reducing the risk of misleading users about the content's origins. As Google's blog aptly puts it, "None of us can get AI right on our own." Continue Reading →
OpenAI and Microsoft are defendants in a $3 billion class-action lawsuit, accused of unlawfully scraping 300 billion words from the internet to train ChatGPT. The suit, filed by sixteen anonymous plaintiffs, alleges the companies did not obtain consent or register as data brokers. Continue Reading →
Microsoft is planning to offer dedicated, private ChatGPT servers as early as next month. A private installation of ChatGPT (in the Azure cloud, of course) would allow a business to keep its proprietary data separate and safe. When it launches, this will be "the" product of the year. Continue Reading →

Musk v. Microsoft

Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter, has threatened to sue Microsoft, accusing the tech giant of using Twitter data to train its AI models without permission. Continue Reading →
Bard, Google's experimental conversational AI model, has faced criticism from users for its limited knowledge and responses compared to OpenAI's ChatGPT and Microsoft's Bing Chat, both powered by OpenAI's GPT-4. Continue Reading →