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Big Takeaway: OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is aiming to raise billions for his AI chip venture to establish a network of manufacturing factories.
The funds would be used to build a vast global network of semiconductor production plants for OpenAI.
The chip venture hopes to reduce dependency on Nvidia while also planning for a big future supply crisis.
Altman is apparently in talks with Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC about manufacturing with wealthy Middle Eastern investors.
Big Takeaway: A recent study by MIT soothes concerns about AI replacing humans by suggesting that it cannot replace most tasks in a cost-effective manner.
MIT modeled the cost-effectiveness of automating tasks with computer vision across US jobs. According to pay, AI may only be able to replace 23% of workers.
MIT said “the large upfront costs of AI systems” are the reason it will only be able to replace up to 23% of workers. However, it may not be too expensive forever…
Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Networks (DePINs) are a new narrative in decentralized finance that incentivizes resource sharing. (Learn more about DePIN here)
In relation to AI, companies can now access items like Nvidia’s AI chips through crowdsourcing, which eliminates the “large upfront cost restriction” MIT mentions.
This resource sharing covers a wide range of fields, such as GPUs, storage, and energy. DePINs change centralized enterprise infrastructure into a type of global crowdsourcing.
OpenAI bans developer of Dean Phillips bot
OpenAI banned a developer imitating presidential candidate Rep. Dean Phillips with a ChatGPT-powered bot, violating its ban on political use. This marks OpenAI's first known restriction of a political campaign. (Full article here)
Deepfake robocalls impersonating Biden warn voters to skip election
New Hampshire voters received robocalls impersonating President Joe Biden, urging them to skip the state's primary election. The robocalls used deep fake technology to mimic Biden's voice. (Full article here)
Holograms are coming to university classrooms
A university in the UK called Loughborough wants to use holograms to bring in guest lecturers like MIT sports scientists. By showing speakers in 3D, the technology from Los Angeles-based startup Proto is meant to make educational sessions more interesting. It could be added to the curriculum next year. (Full article here)
Real-Life Use Cases
Chat GPT Prompt: Avoid copywriting mistakes
Use this prompt to have ChatGPT teach you the biggest NOs of Copywriting.
Copy and paste the prompt below:
What are some common pitfalls and mistakes in copywriting to be aware of, particularly when targeting (insert target audience or industry), and how can these be avoided to ensure clear and impactful communication?
Here’s a link to the results:
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