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Elon Musk: "AI will be smarter than humans by next year"

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Musk says AI will be smarter than humans by next year 🤯

Entrée: Google introduces Google Vids 🎥

Dessert: What Microsoft’s AI hub in London means for the U.S. 🇺🇸


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Q: Why does Elon Musk eat at a dinner table alone?

A: He likes space tweet. 🍔

What’s up? Elon Musk has once again stirred the pot of technological prophecy, suggesting that superhuman AI could grace our world as early as next year.

What did he say? In a live-streamed interview on X, Musk speculated that AI surpassing the cognitive capabilities of any individual human might become a reality by the end of 2025. This forecast marks a significant acceleration from his previous prediction of such superintelligence emerging by 2029.

“My guess is that we’ll have AI that is smarter than any one human probably around the end of next year.”

-Elon Musk

Why? Musk is chalking this prediction up to power, stating, “Last year it was chip constrained. People could not get enough Nvidia chips. This year it’s transitioning to a voltage transformer supply. In a year or two, it’s just electricity supply.” Musk believes this transfer in power will change the game for AI, eliminating a massive bottleneck for development.

What’s the significance? While advancements in AI hold immense promise for revolutionizing various industries, they also evoke concerns about job displacement, privacy invasion, and even existential risks to humanity, as depicted in science fiction narratives like “The Terminator.” Musk said we should consider this as a possibility to promote safe development, stating, “It’s actually important for us to worry about a Terminator future in order to avoid a Terminator future.” In his quest to navigate this technological frontier responsibly, Musk’s own ventures, including his AI startup xAI, are actively pursuing the development of advanced AI systems. Musk has set an example by continually emphasizing the importance of preemptively addressing potential risks associated with AI, echoing sentiments of caution and responsibility in its development and deployment.


Image: Google / The Verge

What if I told you all the mysteries of life can be found on page two of Google Search Results? 🙃

What’s new? Google has introduced Google Vids, which aims to revolutionize collaborative video creation for both companies and consumers.

What’s the point? Unlike traditional video-making platforms, Google Vids isn’t about crafting cinematic masterpieces; it’s about streamlining everyday work tasks like pitches, updates, and explanations. For example, Google Vids allows employees to make a pitch, update the team, or explain a complicated concept through a video, with the help of AI.

How does it work? With a user-friendly interface reminiscent of Google Slides, Vids allows users to compile assets from various sources and arrange them along a timeline. From there, users can add a voiceover or film themselves explaining the information. If desired, the process can be simplified with the option to generate a first draft using Gemini, which can handle everything from storyboarding to scriptwriting. All the user has to do is input a text prompt such as, “A recap video of my weekly marketing meeting,” and Gemini will compile the relevant resources and put together a video draft for the user to edit to meet their specific desires. One of the best parts of Google Vids is that it offers seamless integration with Google’s existing ecosystem, enabling easy sharing and collaboration akin to Docs and Sheets.


London Bridge may be falling down, but AI development is soaring up! 👍

What’s happening? Microsoft has unveiled plans to launch an AI hub in London, emphasizing Europe as the world leader in AI regulations and frameworks for optimal development.

Why is this important? Led by London-born Mustafa Suleyman, formerly the co-founder of Google DeepMind and now Microsoft AI CEO, this effort looks to capitalize on a favorable European tech climate. Amidst intensifying competition for AI talent in Europe, this hub could attract experts from prominent AI-focused entities like DeepMind and OpenAI, potentially amplifying Microsoft’s expertise. More notably, however, this plan bolsters Britain’s status as a tech powerhouse, following its hosting of the inaugural global AI safety summit. This serves as a red flag to the U.S. government, as they have made little to no effort to promote and protect rapidly advancing AI like Europe, despite hosting the largest AI companies in the world. If they are not quick to move, more American-based AI giants will start focusing their talent and innovation elsewhere.

“I know—through my close work with thought leaders in the UK Government, business community, and academia—that the country is committed to advancing AI responsibly, with a safety-first commitment to drive investment, innovation, and economic growth. Our decision to open this hub in the UK reflects this ambition.”

-Mustafa Suleyman, CEO of Microsoft AI


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