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Good morning! Let’s energize your Tuesday with the most electrifying updates and tools in AI. 🔋

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Nvidia unveils new Rubin chip 👀

Entrée: AMD plays catch-up with Nvidia 🏃‍♀️

Dessert: Hugging Face discloses security breach 😳


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Q: What are a computer’s favorite snacks?

A: Microchips, phish sticks, and cookies … but just a few bytes of each. 🤣

What’s new? Nvidia announced an updated version of the Blackwell GPU—called Blackwell Ultra—which is set to hit the market next year and also introduced a series of next-generation AI chips, dubbed “Rubin,” which will roll out in 2026.

What is Rubin? Rubin will feature new GPUs essential for AI training and deployment. These chips will be released alongside a new central processor named “Vera,” which will help users train and launch AI systems with unprecedented speed and volume.

Why is this significant? Previously, Nvidia updated its chips every two years. Now, the company is promising new models annually. Given that AI is advancing so rapidly and requires continually improving chips, this commitment to annual updates will allow Nvidia to maintain its massive industry lead.

“Today, we’re at the cusp of a major shift in computing. With our innovations in AI and accelerated computing, we’re pushing the boundaries of what’s possible and driving the next wave of technological advancement.”

-Jensen Huang, Nvidia CEO


AMD is trying to play with its big brother, Nvidia. Isn’t that cute? 😁

What’s up? AMD introduced a new suite of AI chips, including the Ryzen AI 300 series for next-gen AI laptops and the Ryzen 9000 series for gamers and content creators.

What will they be used for? Built on the Zen 5 architecture, the new Ryzen 9000 series chips are touted as “the world’s fastest consumer PC processors” for gamers and content creators. Additionally, in partnership with Microsoft, the new Ryzen AI 300 series will power laptops equipped with Copilot. This will rival Intel’s Lunar Lake and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X. Both sets of AMD chips will launch in July.

Why is this significant? This release is an attempt from AMD to gain some traction in the processing field, which is currently dominated by Nvidia, who controls over 80% of the market. AMD CEO Lisa Su hopes this dominance will be challenged, starting with this new release and a push for on-device AI. She stated, “You’re gonna see Zen 5 everywhere from supercomputers to data centers and PCs.” However, Nvidia’s acutely-timed Rubin announcement puts a dark cloud over AMD’s exciting release.

“AI is our number one priority and we’re at the beginning of an incredibly exciting time for the industry as AI transforms virtually every business, improves our quality of life, and reshapes every part of the computing market.”

-Lisa Su, AMD CEO


I told my wife she should embrace her mistakes. She must’ve been quite touched by my encouragement, because she immediately hugged me. 😆

What happened? Hugging Face, which hosts and shares AI models and resources, disclosed a security breach detected last week.

Want the details? Hugging Face revealed that the breach involved “Spaces secrets,” private keys used to access protected resources. The company suspects that some of these secrets may have been accessed by unauthorized parties. As a precaution, Hugging Face has revoked several tokens (tokens are used to verify identities), notifying affected users via email. The platform is collaborating with cybersecurity forensic specialists to investigate the breach and has reported the incident to law enforcement and data protection authorities. In the meantime, they recommend all users refresh their keys or tokens and consider switching to more secure fine-grained access tokens.

What does this mean? Hugging Face is home to over hundreds of thousands of cutting edge AI projects and models, making a security breach incredibly concerning. However, Hugging Face has proven itself to be a trusted platform and pledges “to use this as an opportunity to strengthen the security” of the infrastructure.



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