Your Breakdown of AI News For This Week

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This week was a bit slower in the world of AI. NVIDIA had tons of big news, but outside of that one company, there wasn’t a whole lot to report on. That’s not a bad thing either. We could use a little bit of a break. Besides, I’m currently writing this from a hotel room in Santa Clara, and the slow-down made this getaway a little bit easier.

Over the next couple of weeks, we’re likely going to hear a ton of buzz around the XR space. XR is short for “Extended Reality,” and it’s a bit of a catch-all term for augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality (a blend of the two). I’m actually at an event called Augmented World Expo, where all the builders in this space come to show off their latest gadgets and tech. There’s some pretty insane stuff being shown off here, something I’ll make a video about soon. But that’s not the only reason XR is going to be buzzing…

Next week, Apple has their annual WWDC event (Worldwide Developer Conference). This is the event where Apple unveils some of their latest tech and, the word on the street is that they’re going to be unveiling their new mixed reality headset. There’s a lot of high hopes for that, and the tech world is going to be all about it over the next few weeks. So that’s something to look forward to.

Anyway, again, it’s been a slower week, but there are a few notable things to point out. So let’s dive in…

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1. Convai: Everyone was talking about the demo that Jensen Huang gave at Computex, which showed a human interacting with an AI game character in real-time. The tech behind the scenes of that demonstration was Convai, a tool where you can create a backstory and personality for a character and then bring them to life inside games.
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🗞️ AI News & Articles

  1. All the Nvidia news announced by Jensen Huang at Computex - The biggest news came out of NVIDIA this week at the Computex event that was held in Taiwan. At this event, Jensen Huang showed off his new superchips that are insanely powerful and will allow much faster training for future LLMs. He also demonstrated many amazing use-cases of AI combined with NVIDIA chips, including a demonstration of a real-time interaction with a game character whose entire dialogue was generated on the fly with AI.

  2. A majority of Americans have heard of ChatGPT, but few have tried it themselves - Only 14% of Americans have actually tried ChatGPT, and only 58% have even heard of it. That tells you how truly early we really are with this technology. Anyone who's diving into this now and using tools like ChatGPT and reading newsletters like this one are ahead of 86% of Americans who haven't even dived in yet.

  3. Digital Renaissance: NVIDIA Neuralangelo Research Reconstructs 3D Scenes - NVIDIA Research just dropped a new AI model called Neuralangelo, and it's blowing minds. It takes 2D video clips and morphs them into crazy detailed 3D structures - think stuff like roof shingles or smooth marble. This AI is doing things nobody has seen before and it's a game changer for folks in art, gaming, robotics, and more. The way it works is it takes multiple frames from a video, sketches a 3D outline and then refines it for precision. It's a huge step forward and now anyone can turn the real world into the digital one using just smartphone footage.

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