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Airbnb's Icons is a new collection of experiences hosted by big names in music, film, television, arts, sports, and more. Current entertainment-focused Icons include a floating replica of the house from 'Up', a night in a VIP lounge with Kevin Hart, and a living room performance from Doja Cat. The experiences are all priced at under $100 per guest. Only a limited number of requests will be selected for each experience via a lottery. Airbnb also rolled out other new features this week, including the ability for groups of guests to more easily book trips together.

An email sent to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and CEO Satya Nadella by Kevin Scott, Microsoft's chief technology officer with the subject line 'Thoughts on OpenAI' in mid-June 2019 detailed Scott's concerns about Google's developments in AI and how it might take Microsoft multiple years to even attempt to compete with Google. Microsoft had tried to keep the email hidden, but it was made public as part of the US Justice Department's antitrust trial over Google's alleged search monopoly. Mere weeks after the email, Microsoft had invested $1 billion into OpenAI, and it has increased its investment significantly further since.


AWS has launched Amazon Q, a generative AI assistant aimed at improving software development and decision-making by leveraging a company's internal data. Amazon Q facilitates coding, testing, and app development for developers, while offering data-driven support for business users through natural language interaction. The service also includes Amazon Q Apps, enabling the creation of custom AI applications without coding expertise.

This survey paper delves into the world of Retrieval-Augmented Language Models (RALMs), highlighting their evolution, structure, and diverse applications in NLP tasks such as translation and dialogue systems.


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Anthropic has launched an iOS mobile app for its Claude 3 AI language models and introduced a new subscription tier designed for group collaboration.

Google says due to the rapid rate of iteration, the company is not yet ready to provide a single supported image for all vendors.

Gemini can now be accessed in the Chrome desktop browser by typing @gemini into the address bar.


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