Top 5 AI Trends to Watch in 2024

Generative AI is finding its niches within business in 2024, with multimodal models providing new capabilities. At the same time, artists glaze their work against AI scraping.

NVIDIA GTC Keynote: Blackwell Architecture Will Accelerate AI Products in Late 2024

Developers can now take advantage of NVIDIA NIM packages to deploy enterprise generative AI, said NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang.

Microsoft’s Security Copilot Enters General Availability

Microsoft’s AI chatbot and data aggregator is open for security business on April 1, with a new per-unit pricing model.

NIST Establishes AI Safety Consortium

The mixed public and private consortium will focus on safety, standards and skills-building for AI generally and generative AI in particular.

NSF Forms AI Resource Pilot Program With Microsoft, OpenAI and Others

Microsoft, NVIDIA, OpenAI and Google are among the organizations partnering with NSF and NAIRR. Applications for access and partnership are now open.

By |2024-01-25T20:41:03+00:00January 25, 2024|Artificial Intelligence, AWS, CXO, generative ai, Google, hpe, large language models, Microsoft, nvidia, openai, Tech Industry, Uncategorized|Comments Off on NSF Forms AI Resource Pilot Program With Microsoft, OpenAI and Others

Microsoft Adds Copilot Pro for Individuals to Generative AI Offerings

Copilot Pro adds generative AI to Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote on PC, Mac and iPad. Plus, Copilot for Microsoft 365 offers generative AI services for business.

ESET Threat Report: ChatGPT Name Abuses, Lumma Stealer Malware Increases, Android SpinOk SDK Spyware’s Prevalence

Risk mitigation tips are provided for each of these cybersecurity threats.

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