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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: AI optimizes traffic lights 🚦

Entrée: Intel forms independent AI company 🦾

Dessert: LG announces TVs with AI chips 📺


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Q: What did the traffic light say to the car?

A: Don’t look, I’m changing. 🤣

What’s new? Juliet Rothenberg from Google is spearheading an initiative called Project Green Light to revolutionize traffic light efficiency with the power of AI.

How does it work? Google’s Project Green Light utilizes the company’s extensive maps database and AI algorithms to propose optimized traffic light sequences globally that works with existing infrastructure. Seattle is the inaugural U.S. city to embrace this groundbreaking system, with 70 intersections in 13 cities worldwide currently under experimentation.

How will this help? Traffic jams and consecutive red lights aren’t just vexing for drivers; they also contribute significantly to environmental degradation. By using AI to optimize traffic light patterns based on a vast sea of data, we can not only shorten peoples’ commutes, but also reduce carbon emissions and mitigate our environmental footprint. Google aims to reduce stop-and-go traffic by up to 30%. This is significant for drivers looking to get to their destinations faster and also because over half of the emissions at intersections result from cars accelerating after stops. Google’s ambitious goal is to reduce these emissions by at least 10%, a significant reduction given that transportation is the leading source of planet-warming pollution in the U.S. As cities worldwide grapple with congestion and emissions, Google’s Project Green Light emerges as a beacon of hope, leveraging technology to create a more sustainable and pleasant driving experience … not to mention, it will limit road rage.


When one company is successful, why not make a second company? 😁

What’s new? Intel announced the formation of a new independent company, Articul8 AI, focused on advancing its AI software endeavors.

What is the new company? The formation of Articul8 stems from Intel’s collaborative work with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), which resulted in a generative AI system capable of processing text and images. The new company, not publicly traded, assures an independent board of directors, with Intel maintaining a shareholder role. Arun Subramaniyan, formerly heading Intel’s data center and AI group, will lead Articul8 as CEO.

Why? Intel’s strategy aligns with industry concerns about data privacy and security, offering an alternative to relying on large cloud computing providers for AI tasks. The endeavor underscores Intel’s commitment to bridging the gap between conceptualizing AI solutions and efficiently deploying them at scale.


Get your salty snacks ready, because watching your favorite shows is about to get even better! 😄

What’s up? LG is pushing boundaries with its 2024 OLED lineup, building on the success of the groundbreaking G3 OLED released last year. While the G3 was lauded for overcoming the long-standing issue of OLEDs in bright rooms, the 2024 models take a different approach, focusing on AI and incremental improvements.

What is the new tech? The emphasis on AI in these new TVs is evident in the Alpha 11 chip, which promises to enhance image quality through precise pixel-level analysis, refining colors and improving clarity. The processor’s ability to understand creative intent sets a new standard, adjusting TV settings to deliver a more immersive viewing experience regardless of the room’s lighting. That’s right, no more glare! And for gaming nerds, the a8 chip in the entry-level B4 series ensures a seamless gaming experience with four HDMI 2.1 ports capable of 4K 120Hz gaming (if that is relevant to you).

What is the significance? LG has not yet released pricing details, but nonetheless the 2024 OLED lineup promises to redefine TV viewing and gaming experience through the marriage of cutting-edge technology and AI. Only time will tell if these advancements are worth the wait and what this means for AI’s integration into TVs going forward.


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