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Alphabet CEO on report OpenAI trained GPT-4 on YouTube: We have clear terms of service

This video is from CNBC Television. Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai joins CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa at Google I/O developer conference to talk its new AI rollout, project Astra, its response to OpenAI’s search competitor and more.

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Elon Musk: OpenAI is lying when it says it is not using copyrighted data

Elon Musk sits down with Andrew Ross Sorkin at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit on a wide-ranging interview including anti-semitism, an advertiser boycott, Tesla, AI and more. It turns out he had a lot more to say than just four letter words.

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Privacy Security

New Law Mandates ‘Kill Switches’ in ALL Cars from 2026 Onwards!

This video from Car Coach Reports highlights a concerning development in regards to privacy, security, and freedom of movement. Snuck inside the recently passed $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, is a proposal to have a lockout device to be installed in all new cars. This is no joke and has already passed in Congress and the […]

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Interesting

Elon Musk on Sam Altman and ChatGPT: I am the reason OpenAI exists

Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk sits down with CNBC ‘s David Faber for an exclusive interview from Austin, Texas, during Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting.

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AI Hardware

How Nvidia Grew From Gaming To AI Giant, Now Powering ChatGPT

This video from CNBC provides a fascinating look at Nvidia. Thirty years ago, Taiwan immigrant Jensen Huang founded Nvidia with the dream of revolutionizing PCs and gaming with 3D graphics. In 1999, after laying off the majority of workers and nearly going bankrupt, the company succeeded when it launched what it claims as the world’s […]

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Current Events

Pentagon awards $9 billion cloud deals to big tech

Google, Amazon Web Services, software giant Microsoft and Oracle received cloud computing contracts worth $9 billion from the Pentagon. Seems like one company got the short end of the stick on this deal.

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Future

Will EVs Ruin The Midwest Economy?

Electric vehicles have a lot of unintended consequences attached to them. Researchers believe modern factory jobs will require more education and could be less available than they were in the past. They estimate that electric vehicles could require 30% less manufacturing labor when compared with conventional cars. “The lines that run to drive oil or […]

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Robotics

Can Boston Dynamics’ Robots Spot And Stretch Make It Profitable?

Boston Dynamics has sparked the imaginations of the general public with its viral YouTube videos, but the company is now hoping to get the attention of paying customers. Initially, Boston Dynamics received a lot of its funding from the U.S. military and DARPA. Later, it was financed by big-name owners including Google, SoftBank and most […]

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Future

Can This $22 Billion Megaproject Make Nuclear Fusion Power A Reality?

Fusion is the process that powers the sun and the stars, and scientists are getting a lot closer to replicating it here on Earth. ITER, the $22 billion dollar international fusion megaproject in the south of France, is the most well-funded endeavor, paid for by the governments of its member nations. But VC’s and private […]

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