OpenAI Has Launched ChatGPT Enterprise, a Business-Tier AI Chatbot Tool
- OpenAI has launched ChatGPT Enterprise, a business-tier AI chatbot tool.
- The new offering includes access to GPT-4 with improved performance speed and API credits.
- Pricing will be determined based on individual company use cases and size. OpenAI plans to introduce another tier called ChatGPT Business in the future.
US Government Halts Sales of NVIDIA’s AI GPUs to Middle Eastern Nations
- The US government has reportedly halted the sale of NVIDIA’s AI GPUs to Middle Eastern nations to prevent indirect technology transfer to China.
- This decision affects the sales of NVIDIA’s H100 and A100 GPUs to countries like Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which are heavily investing in the AI industry.
- The US fears a technology transfer from the Middle East to China, as the Chinese AI industry is projected to surpass the US in the near future.
- However, this approach may not be sustainable as companies like Intel, NVIDIA, and Qualcomm urge the US government to ease trade policies with China.
China Approves First Batch Of AI-Language Models For Public Use
- China has approved its first batch of AI language models for public use, departing from its previous laissez-faire approach to technology.
- The move reflects the country’s commitment to overseeing innovation and regulating generative AI applications.
- Successfully validating these filings could lead to the widespread adoption of large language model-powered chatbots in China.
Google Introduces Generative AI to Search in India, Japan
- Google has introduced generative AI to its Search tool in India and Japan, allowing users to receive text or visual results based on prompts.
- The feature, previously available only in the US, can now be opted into by users in the two countries, with Japanese users able to access it in their local languages.
- Google’s AI search is designed for seeking information, while its chatbot Bard can hold human-like conversations. The AI search feature competes with Microsoft’s Bing.
Meet Aleph Alpha, Europe’s Answer To OpenAI
- Europe wants to develop generative AI to compete with American tech giants.
- Aleph Alpha, founded by Jonas Andrulis, is a German company that sells generative AI as a service to businesses and governments.
- With thousands of paying customers, Aleph Alpha is gaining traction in the field and aims to build artificial general intelligence.
- The company’s focus on customisation and hosting data in Europe has attracted interest from highly regulated industries and governmental institutions.
- Developing European AI is crucial to ensure that European languages are not excluded from AI advancements.