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Google CEO tells employees that 80,000 of them helped test Bard A.I., warns 'things will go wrong'
In a memo to employees Tuesday, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai wrote, “user feedback is critical to improving the product and the underlying technology."
Give us your nominations: CNBC is ranking the world's top fintech companies
CNBC and independent research firm Statista are going to identify the world's top 200 fintech companies.
'Inundated with requests': Digital currency firms look to Swiss banks after crypto-friendly lenders fail
Crypto firms are scrambling to find institutions to bank with after the collapse of Signature Bank and Silvergate Capital.
Amazon's post-Bezos experiment hasn't gone exactly as planned
Andy Jassy's tenure as Amazon CEO has been rocky and isn't getting any easier after the company's latest round of job cuts.
Bill Gates says OpenAI's GPT is the most important advance in technology since 1980
"The whole experience was stunning," Gates wrote. "I knew I had just seen the most important advance in technology since the graphical user interface."
TikTok CEO appeals to U.S. users ahead of House testimony
Chew emphasized the large scale of TikTok users, small and medium-sized businesses and its own employees based in the U.S. that rely on the company.
Microsoft Bing now uses OpenAI's DALL-E A.I. to turn text into images
Microsoft's new tool will use OpenAI's DALL-E to create text-prompted images.
Google opens Bard A.I. for testing by users in U.S. and UK
After months of chatter about the emerging class of chatbots, Google is opening its generative artificial intelligence platform called Bard to testing.
Adobe launches Firefly generative A.I., which lets users type to edit images
Adobe entered the AI race with Firefly, a family of models the company says it will integrate into existing products to help users work efficiently and freely.
Microsoft poses 'biggest potential threat' to Apple's App Store: Morgan Stanley
Analysts at Morgan Stanley said that if Microsoft is able to launch its own app store, it would be an "immaterial risk" to Apple, but still a long-term threat.
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