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OpenAI’s CTO Answered Most of These Questions | The WSJ Cringe Interview

This is the WSJ interview that everyone is talking about. Joanna Stern sat down with OpenAI CTO Mira Murati to find out details on Sora and how not open OpenAI is. OpenAI’s new text-to-video AI model Sora can create some very realistic scenes. How does this generative AI tech work? Why does it mess up […]

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AI Hardware

How AI Chips Power Machine Learning | WSJ Tech Behind

The technology behind generative AI like ChatGPT has exploded, fueling a demand for chips that can handle the complex processing power these programs need. Big tech companies Microsoft, Amazon and Google are all designing their own chips because they can optimize their computing workloads for the software that runs on their cloud. But what does […]

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AI Autonomous Vehicles Interesting

Can Palmer Luckey Reinvent the U.S. Defense Industry? | WSJ

Military tech startup Anduril Industries is shaking up the U.S. defense industry as it is one of the few privately held technology companies finding success as a Defense Department contractor. But what makes the company’s software so unique that it is being used across multiple branches of the U.S. military and in both the Russia-Ukraine […]

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Future Interesting

Can 5G Replace Your Home Internet?

Blazing fast 5G speeds are here but they aren’t all that useful on the new 5G smartphones. WSJ’s Joanna Stern packed up a motor home to see if the connection could power all her connected gadgets, including laptops, printers, Xboxes and camera-equipped doorbells.

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Robotics

This 30-Ton Robot Could Help Scientists Produce the Crops of the Future

Arizona has what researchers call “the climate of tomorrow, today.” Scientists are using a 30-ton robotic field scanner in the state to study plant genetics and hopefully develop stress-resilient crops.

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Covid Pandemic Economics of AI Robotics

The Robot Revolution Is Happening-Like It or Not

Wall Street Journal explores why the COVID pandemic has accelerated the arrival of robotics in the workplace. Nearly every company across every industry is looking for new ways to minimize human contact, cut costs and address the labor crunch in repetitive and dangerous jobs. WSJ explores why many are looking to robots as the solution […]

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