So, there’s this artificial intelligence firm based in the United Arab Emirates called G42. They’ve teamed up with the folks over at OpenAI to bring some AI solutions to the UAE and other places in the region, man.
They’re focusing on using OpenAI’s generative AI models in areas where G42 already has some expertise, like financial services, energy, healthcare, and public services. It’s all about collaborating and making things happen, dude.
OpenAI, which has Microsoft on its side, is gonna work alongside G42 to speed up the whole solution development process. They’re gonna be like a power duo, bro.
And get this, G42 is gonna prioritize its AI infrastructure capacity to support OpenAI’s local and regional inferencing on Microsoft Azure data centers. It’s all about building that strong foundation, man.
Last year, G42 launched this $10 billion G42 Expansion Fund, which is all about global tech growth. And they did it in partnership with Abu Dhabi Growth Fund. That’s some serious forward-thinking, dude.
But let’s talk about generative AI services, man. They’ve taken the world by storm, especially since the launch of ChatGPT. It’s like companies are going crazy, creating their own language models that provide all sorts of services like content and image generation. It’s a wild ride, bro.
On Wednesday, OpenAI updated ChatGPT to bring this cool “Browse with Bing” feature to all users. And they also transitioned that text-to-image DALL-E 3 tool into beta, so now you can get images with your text results without having to switch between apps. It’s all about that seamless experience, man.
Oh, and check this out. Chinese internet search giant Baidu just unveiled its latest generative AI model called Ernie 4.0. It’s a potential rival to OpenAI’s GPT-4 model. It’s like a battle of the AI titans, dude.
But wait, there’s more. Alphabet’s unit Google has Bard, Alibaba has Tongyi Qianwen and Tongyi Wanxiang, Meta Platforms has AudioCraft, SeamlessM4T, and Llama 2, and Getty Images has its own model called Generative AI by Getty Images. It’s an AI explosion, man.