Jony Ive, the former design chief of Apple, and Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, are reportedly working on a new AI device that could revolutionise the way we interact with AI, as per reports from The Information and Financial Times. The device, which has been cryptically referred to as the “iPhone of artificial intelligence,” is still in its early stages of development, but it has the potential to change the way we think about AI altogether.
Masayoshi Son takes ARM public. His ARM stake is worth $10B more after listing. Takes $1B of that to fund the “iPhone of AI” with Jony Ive and OpenAI. The phone will use ARM-designed chips.
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The device is envisioned as a way to bridge the gap between humans and AI, offering users a more seamless and intuitive experience than ever before. While current AI interfaces, such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, are functional, they are not designed specifically for AI interaction. Ive’s new device would be the first of its kind, and it could change the way we use AI in our daily lives.
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SoftBank, the Japanese tech giant, is also reportedly involved in the project. SoftBank has a 90 per cent stake in Arm, the