Welcome to the rapidly evolving world of AI, where innovation unfolds at an astonishing pace! In just the last three days, a whirlwind of groundbreaking advancements has taken place, reshaping the landscape of artificial intelligence.
This post delves into the latest developments that have left us in awe and anticipation. From the introduction of the new AMD AI Chip to the launch of Salesforce AI Cloud and the arrival of ChatGPT Workspaces, the realm of AI has experienced a surge of transformative initiatives. Notably, the UK Government’s emphasis on data access, the intriguing concept of an “AI Last Beatles Record,” and the staggering statistic revealing that 92% of programmers utilize AI further demonstrate the pervasive influence of this technology.
In addition, Adobe’s Generative Recolor and Google’s AI Search becoming twice as fast exemplify the constant drive for enhanced functionality and efficiency. Join us as we explore these remarkable advancements and their potential impact on various industries.
The pace of AI is mind-boggling, and the possibilities seem limitless. Prepare to be amazed by the whirlwind of progress and innovation that has unfolded in the mere span of three days. Let’s dive in and embrace the extraordinary world of AI in overdrive.
1. New AMD AI Chip
AMD had its version of WWDC today.
AMD already has the leading compute chips. But it’s been lagging Nvidia in GPU chips.
Today, AMD CEO Lisa Su released MI300X, a GPU competitor to challenge Nvidia:
Here’s a demo of the MI300X running the 40B Falcon model with a single GPU. The new AMD chip is blazing fast:
2. Salesforce AI Cloud
As the 10th most valuable US tech company, Salesforce is all in on the AI race.
Salesforce had an AI day today, where it revealed the Salesforce AI Cloud. The two new launches were GPT for Salesforce’s biggest clouds: Sales and Service.
SalesGPT has been one of Salesforce’s most awaited products, since sales is their key market. SalesGPT is ‘GPT in all parts of your CRM.’
Watch as it enriches your account information, and helps you write an email:
3. ChatGPT Workspaces
The same Reddit user who leaked chat sharing made their next big leak – three upcoming features:
- Collaborative workspaces
- Ability to add information for ChatGPT to remember about you (less copy/paste prompts)
- Upload files to store
The profile feature could be similar to an API feature. It helps save a lot of repetitive information you give to GPT. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman announced customization like this in Mid-February.
4. UK Gov’t: Data Access
OpenAI, Google DeepMind, and Anthropic granted Rishi Sunak and the UK government access to their AI code
5. AI: “Last Beatles Record”
AI has been used to extract John Lennon’s voice from an old demo to create “the last Beatles record.” This “truth is stranger than fiction” story comes from Paul McCartney himself.
Paul McCartney had always wanted to release the track. It is a 1978 Lennon composition called Now and Then.
It will be released later this year.
6. 92% Programmers Use AI
In a mind-blowing stat, a study by Github find 92% of programmers are using AI tools at work. The sample was 500 professional developers.
The survey also found:
- Developers believe AI coding tools will give them more time to focus on solution design
- More than 4 out of 5 developers expect AI coding tools will make their team more collaborative
- 70% say AI coding tools offer them an advantage at work
7. Adobe Generative Recolor
Yesterday, Adobe had its annual Max event in London. And it launched its latest game-changing Gen AI feature: Generative Recolor let’s you change colors, themes, and fonts of graphics through text prompts.
All you have to do is update Illustrator to get access. It’s mind-blowingly good:
8. Google AI Search 2x Faster
Google made updates to its Search Generative Experience (SGE). It’s now 2x faster. And higher quality. Google is disrupting itself.
Soon, the Google AI Search will be the default Google Search Experience. But not yet. For now, here’s how to get access to use the Google Generative AI Search yourself:
In conclusion, the last three days have witnessed a remarkable surge of advancements in the field of AI, propelling it into overdrive. The relentless pursuit of innovation has resulted in groundbreaking developments that have left us astounded.
From the introduction of new AI chips to the emergence of cloud solutions, innovative tools, government initiatives, and speed enhancements, the AI landscape has experienced an unprecedented wave of progress.
These recent developments reflect the unwavering dedication and passion of researchers, engineers, and organizations driving the evolution of AI.
As we embrace these rapid changes, we stand witness to the transformative power of AI in shaping our present and future. With each passing day, the boundaries of what is possible are pushed further, and we can only anticipate even more astonishing breakthroughs in the days to come.
Let us embrace this era of AI in overdrive, where progress knows no bounds, and together, unlock the immense potential that lies ahead.