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📡 Bard vs ChatGPT, Historic 5G Call, Robots Learn Overnight
Google Connects A.I. Chatbot Bard to YouTube, Gmail and More Facts. In March, Google released an artificial intelligence chatbot called Bard. It was Google's answer to OpenAI's hugely popular ChatGPT. But Bard used less sophisticated A.I. than ChatGPT. It came across as less capable and less conversational. Within weeks, Google revamped the tool with upgraded technology, but ChatGPT continued to be the chatbot that captured the public’s attention. By Nico Grant via The New York Times
Google hopes that giving its chatbot more capabilities and improving its accuracy will give more users a reason to use it. - Sharon K. Gilbert (@sharonkgilbert)
AT&T helped connect the first satellite 5G phone call. AST SpaceMobile — a cellular satellite company backed by AT&T — has placed a satellite call over 5G, marking the “first ever” 5G connection between an unmodified smartphone and a satellite in space. To conduct the test, AST SpaceMobile used a Galaxy S22. By Emma Roth via The Verge
AT&T helped connect the first satellite 5G phone call - Hala Bughazi (@HalaBughazi)
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TRI is developing a new method to teach robots overnight. Learning may well be the most exciting frontier in the whole of robotics. The field itself dates back decades. The 80s, for instance, brought exciting breakthroughs in learning by demonstration, but a slew of research projects out of schools like CMU, MIT and UC Berkeley point to a future in which robots learn much like their human counterparts. By Brian Heater via TechCrunch
TRI is developing a new method to teach robots overnight - Infosec Alevski (@Alevskey)
EV charging needs big improvements soon if the auto industry's transition is going to work. Automakers are spending huge sums to bring a slew of new electric vehicles to market over the next few years while Tesla has a big head start. But Americans are still hesitant to buy in, and largely because of concerns around charging. There’s a groundswell forming to expand and improve the U.S. charging landscape, but experts agree there’s a long road ahead. By John Rosevear via CNBC
Survey after survey has shown that worries about charging — specifically, public charging — is holding buyers back from electric vehicles. - Scott Lincicome (@scottlincicome)
Why Discern Security Thinks AI Can Defeat The Cyber Attackers. Worldwide, organizations invested more than $150 billion in cybersecurity products and services last year according to the consultant McKinsey, 12% more than a year previously. So why do the number of successful attacks continue to grow? The latest research suggests the annual cost of cybercrime globally will rise from $8.15 trillion to $13.82 trillion by 2028. By David Prosser via Forbes
Why Discern Security Thinks AI Can Defeat The Cyber Attackers - Alan Nishihara (@Alan_Nishihara)
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