Tech News: KPMG to invest B in AI

Tech News: KPMG to invest $2B in AI

Big Four firms KPMG will be investing $2 billion over five years in AI services and capacities in partnership with Microsoft. As an early access partner for Microsoft 365 Copilot and Azure OpenAI Service, KPMG professionals will pilot the technologies with select business groups across the global organization to enhance client engagements and accelerate digital solution development. For example, with the integration of Microsoft Fabric, KPMG teams will have the ability to directly point to client data instead of having to ingest it, enabling KPMG professionals to perform audits on a more of a real-time basis. On the tax side…

Exciting Revelations at Apple WWDC 2023

Exciting Revelations at Apple WWDC 2023

apples‘s WWDC 2023 events took place recently, bringing a host of exciting announcements across various product categories. From new gadgets to operating system updates, here are the key highlights from the Apple WWDC 2023 event: mac apples have introduced a host of new range of Mac devices, including a refreshed 15-inch MacBook Pro, boasting improved performance and a whole lot of enhanced features. The Mac Studio, aimed at creative professionals, received a significant power boost with the introduction of the M2 Ultra chip, Apple’s most powerful Silicon chip up till now. The long-awaited Mac Pro now runs on Apple Silicon,…

Chatgpt Technology news: From Baidu to Alibaba, Chinese firms working on ChatGPT-style technology

Chatgpt Technology news: From Baidu to Alibaba, Chinese firms working on ChatGPT-style technology

The global buzz around Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s ChatGPT has spread to China, shoring up stocks in artificial intelligence (AI) related firms and prompting a flurry of local companies to announce rival projects. Like Microsoft and Google, Chinese tech giants such as Baidu and Alibaba as well as smaller start-ups have been working on AI projects for years. Chatbots in China mostly focus on social interactions whereas ChatGPT, which learns from vast amounts of data how to answer prompts by users in a human-like manner, performs better at more professional tasks, such as programming and essay writing. Here is a list of…

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman says AI will reshape society, acknowledging risks: ‘A little bit scared of this’

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman says AI will reshape society, acknowledging risks: ‘A little bit scared of this’

The CEO behind the company that created ChatGPT believes in artificial intelligence technology will reshape society as we know it. He believes it comes with real dangers, but can also be “the greatest technology humanity has yet developed” to drastically improve our lives. “We’ve got to be careful here,” said Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI. “I think people should be happy that we are a little bit scared of this.” Altman sat down for an exclusive interview with ABC News’ chief business, technology and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis to talk about the rollout of GPT-4 — the latest iteration of…

Exciting Revelations at Apple WWDC 2023

The Great Potential of Touchless Networks via Intelligent Automation Technology

For ages, humans have used different types of machines to ease their work. Nowadays, advanced technology is moving the industry even further, leading to the creation of vehicles that can operate on their own via intelligent automation. In simple terms, this new technology optimizes resources and is capable of achieving tremendous efficiencies in industries such as transportation. The value of intelligent automation has been illustrated by MIZ (Hillwood Mobility Innovation Zone), which was developed to scale mobility solutions, such as aerial systems and automated freight. Freight automation addresses driver shortages, reducing costs for labor expenses. The touchless network movement is…

The father of cellphone sees the dark side but also hopes in new tech

The father of cellphone sees the dark side but also hopes in new tech

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The man credited with inventing the cellphone 50 years ago had only one concern then about the brick-sized device with a long antenna: Would it work? These days Martin Cooper frets like everybody else about his invention’s impacts on society — from the loss of privacy to the risk of internet addiction to the rapid spread of harmful content, especially among children. “My most negative opinion is that we don’t have any privacy anymore because everything about us is now recorded someplace and accessible to somebody who has enough intense desire to get it,” said Cooper,…

Nvidia grew from gaming to AI giant and now powering ChatGPT

Nvidia grew from gaming to AI giant and now powering ChatGPT

For about a quarter century, Nvidia has been leading the revolution in computer graphics, becoming a beloved brand by gamers along the way. Nvidia dominated the market for graphics processing units (GPUs), which it entered in 1999 with the GeForce 256. Gaming brought in over $9 billion in revenue for Nvidia last year despite a recent downturn. But Nvidia’s latest earnings beat points to a new phenomenon in the GPU business. The technology is now at the center of the boom in artificial intelligence. “We had the good wisdom to go put the whole company behind it,” CEO Jensen Huang…

Meta launches subscription service for Facebook and Instagram

Meta launches subscription service for Facebook and Instagram

Facebook parent company Meta Platforms Inc. is launching a subscription service called Meta Verified which will include a handful of additional perks and features, including account verification badges for those who pay.The new subscription will cost $11.99 per month — $14.99 if purchased through the iOS app — and is primarily targeted toward content creators. In addition to a verification badge, the subscription includes “proactive account protection, access to account support, and increased visibility and reach,” a Meta spokesperson said in an email. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg announced the new product via his Instagram Channel, a service that was…