5 AI things you might have missed today: ChatGPT App Extends Support, OpenAI $100,000 Grant, etc.
Artificial Intelligence or AI has been a hot topic since ChatGPT was announced and the development in this field is happening at breakneck speed. Today is an exciting day in the field of Artificial Intelligence with some notable events. ChatGPT app has been made available in more than 30 countries including India. On the other hand, AI is being used to find the owner of the necklace found in the wreckage of the Titanic. All this and more in our daily AI compilation. Let’s take a look.
1. ChatGPT App Launching In More Countries
After a successful debut in USAOpenAI has extended ChatGPT app availability to iOS users in more than 30 countries including India. The ChatGPT app, which is free to download without any ads, allows users to interact with a synthetic AI-based chatbot on their iPhone. It also supports voice input through OpenAI, Whisper’s speech recognition system, and gives ChatGPT Plus users access to advanced features through GPT-4.
2. Use AI to find the owner of lost Titanic property
More than 100 years after the Titanic sank, advanced AI is being used to identify the owner of a necklace found in the wreckage of the famous ocean liner. The necklace was found as part of an underwater digital scanning project by Guernsey-based company Magellan. Using AI, the team is communicating with the passenger’s family members Who was on the Titanic. Furthermore, AI and facial recognition are being used to scan the scene of passengers boarding the train in the hope of recognizing the owner of the necklace.
3. OpenAI CEO reverses decision to leave EU
After threats to leave the EU if the upcoming AI law became too difficult to comply with, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman changed his mind. Now he says he plans to leave Europe. Altman shot back his comments after they went viral, revealing in a tweet, “We are happy to continue operating here and of course have no plans to leave.”
The proposed AI regulation could require AI companies to disclose copyrighted material used to train generalized AI models.
4. G7 officials tackle the challenges posed by Generative AI
During the inaugural meeting on May 30, the G7 Nations will meet to discuss the potential impact and challenges posed by generalized AI tools such as ChatGPT, Google Bard, etc. According to Japanese Communications Minister Takeaki Matsumoto , the leaders of these countries reached a consensus to establish an intergovernmental forum called “Hiroshima AI Progress”.
5. OpenAI launches 100,000 USD grant program
ChatGPT parent company OpenAI has launched a program in which it will award 10 grants worth $10,000 to develop a process to help define how AI rules should be established. In a statement, OpenAI said, “No individual, company or even country can make these decisions.” The results of this grant will be freely accessible to everyone while the last date to apply for the same result has been set for June 24, 2023.