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Artificial Intelligence

Meta’s data center cancellation could hint at AI pivot: The sudden surge of interest in generative AI and its applications could be the outlet Meta needs to generate profit while it mulls its metaverse opportunities.

Will Google unveil a ChatGPT rival in 2023? After ChatGPT’s debut, all eyes are on Google. The tech giant’s leaders are aware of AI’s risks, and startups should be too.

Is ChatGPT coming for Alphabet’s bottom line? OpenAI’s publicly available AI chatbot is fascinating internet users, prompting warnings about Google’s future revenue. But there are barriers to the disruption taking effect.

AI chatbot ChatGPT and digital portrait generator Lensa have seen a lot of hype over the last couple of weeks. There’s every chance their buzz is a passing fad. What’s not a passing fad? The use of generative AI in marketing, which will increase significantly over the next few years.

US chip production accelerated by uncertainty in China: TSMC is fast-tracking plans to ramp up to 4-nanometer chips and will build an additional fab in Arizona. The tech gap between the US and China widens.

Google Assistant is the most popular voice assistant in the US, followed by Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa, per our estimates. Come 2024, 88.8 million people will use Google Assistant, 84.2 million will use Siri, and 75.6 million will use Alexa.

Nvidia’s generative AI pivot: Its expertise in GPUs and imaging software gives Nvidia a first-mover advantage over other chipmakers. Will regulation and copyright law catch up with innovation?

It’s Amazon’s turn to cut jobs: Amazon comes to terms with economic realities, cutting 1% of its workforce to better prepare for Q4 headwinds, uncertainty, and earnings slowdowns, which could lead to further layoffs in 2023.

AI’s ‘Napster’ moment, but much bigger: The frenzy around generative AI’s abilities has triggered the first lawsuit claiming copyright infringement by Microsoft and OpenAI. The outcome could have global ramifications.

Can an AI recruiter save a troubled labor market? AI could disrupt recruiters’ jobs. Turn’s Brian Gaspar spoke with us about bias in AI and how to hire the right talent.

Last week, Shutterstock announced a partnership with OpenAI, integrating the DALL-E 2 text-to-image AI generator into its platform.

On today's episode, we discuss the addressable opportunity in the US, how big the connected TV market is, and how measurement, privacy, and fragmentation are disrupting progress in advanced TV. "In Other News," we talk about how TikTok is trying to usher in an age of machine learning advertising and how Google is trying to put Chrome users in control of their ad experience. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Evelyn Mitchell.

Shutterstock flip-flops on text-to-image tech: The stock image company has changed its mind about AI art, integrating DALL-E 2 into its platform. The outcome is uncertain as copyright challenges loom.

TikTok pushes an AI advertising product: The app’s strong position is letting it experiment with machine learning to court advertisers big and small.

Generative AI’s trillion-dollar wellspring: Tech shows its love for the arts as long as AI’s the artist. It’s an economic bright spot, but brace for ethical and legal controversy.

Google goes ambient: New Pixel phones, the first ever Pixel smartwatch, and a future tablet that transforms into a smart display are all touchpoints to Google’s wider IoT and ambient computing aspirations.

Supply chains snafus are easing, but retailers aren’t out of the woods yet: More investment in supply chain management and automation is needed to futureproof operations as climate change disrupts logistics networks.

Nvidia’s new edge AI computing platform highlights the need to protect surgical robots and medical devices from hacking.

Pfizer expands its agreement with CytoReason by five years to boost AI’s role in drug development. We spotlight the trend in the pharma world.

Voice assistants are progressively becoming embedded in daily life as the technologies behind these products improve. Tech companies are increasingly centralizing their product strategies around voice assistants by incorporating them into more products to build out their respective ecosystems.