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White House launches new AI study ⚖️

Happy Thursday! Grab your favorite dipping sauce, and let’s get munching on today’s AI news. 🍽

Today’s Menu

Appetizer: White House launches new AI study ⚖️

Entrée: NVIDIA and Microsoft form AI superteam 🦾

Dessert: AI-powered bee 🐝


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The only thing worse than AI taking your job would be an AI bot that steals your french fries … Well, I guess one that steals your french fries and your job. 🍟

What happened? The White House has announced its launching of a new study to assess the risks associated with AI and its potential impact on the workforce. In a statement, an official from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy stated, "Understanding the implications of AI on workers and the economy is crucial as we navigate the changing landscape of technology and its effects on society."

What is the purpose of the study? This study aims to evaluate the potential displacement of workers due to automation, identify sectors most vulnerable to job disruptions, and explore strategies to up-skill and re-skill the workforce. The findings will guide policymakers in crafting effective measures to address AI-related challenges and promote inclusive economic growth.

By taking these proactive measures, the White House hopes to understand and mitigate the potential risks associated with AI adoption. The study's outcomes will help shape policies that ensure a fair and equitable transition into the AI-driven future. 👍


A burger with a side of fries was the best duo in history … until now! 🍔

What happened? NVIDIA, a leading technology company known for its proficient graphics processing units (GPUs), has announced a strategic collaboration with Microsoft aimed at accelerating the development and deployment of enterprise-ready generative AI.

Why are they collaborating? With NVIDIA's expertise in GPU technology and Microsoft's robust cloud infrastructure, this partnership has the potential to revolutionize AI-driven solutions in the enterprise domain. In a statement regarding the collaboration, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang expressed his optimism, stating, "By combining our strengths, NVIDIA and Microsoft are poised to empower businesses with the most advanced and scalable generative AI capabilities, unlocking new opportunities for innovation and growth."

What is their goal? By forming this collaboration, these companies want to advance what is called “generative AI.” Generative AI refers to a subset of AI techniques that enable machines to create new content such as images, text, or even entire virtual environments based on existing data. This technology has significant implications across various industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and entertainment.

This collaboration means more resources, and more resources means more innovation and excitement for the future of AI development! 👥


I wonder what it would feel like to get stung by a robot bee … would it feel like an electric shock? 🐝

What happened? Researchers from Washington State University have developed a robotic bee that can fly fully in all directions, using AI technology for navigation. With four wings made out of carbon fiber and mylar as well as four light-weight actuators to control each wing, the Bee++ prototype is the first to fly stably in all directions, displaying the free movement that a typical flying insect displays.

Why is this important? According to Néstor O. Pérez-Arancibia, associate professor in WSU's School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, researchers have been trying to develop artificial flying insects for more than 30 years! These flying insects could have a variety of applications: artificial pollination, search and rescue efforts in tight spaces, biological research, or environmental monitoring, including in hostile environments.

This development might seem a bit quirky, but it is a huge breakthrough in the tech community and serves as a springboard to the future of “tiny tech.” 🙂


The AI Singularity Meter has fallen below 17% for the first time. It’s due to Government’s concern for AI safety and the regulation that this implies.

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