AI Roundup: Countries around the world are enthusiastically embracing artificial intelligence (AI) technology to catch up with others. Among the biggest concerns is expertise. Now, Google has announced an investment of 25 million euros to boost workers' knowledge of AI in Europe. At the same time, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said countries should develop their AI infrastructure to ensure strong economic growth. Find out what's happening in the world of AI.
- Google to invest 25 million euros to improve AI skills in Europe
Google has announced 25 million euros ($26.98 million) in funding to empower workers in Europe with artificial intelligence (AI) technology. Adrian Brown, executive director of the Center for Public Impact, said: “This new program will help people across Europe build their knowledge, skills and confidence around AI, ensuring that no one is left behind.” In addition, Google will offer free online AI training courses in 18 languages, according to a Reuters report.
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2. McAfee Research Unveils Dating Reality Before Valentine's Day
Recent McAfee research shows how AI is playing a key role in online dating, with 45 percent of men using AI to write love letters. Additionally, the use of AI is also leading to catfishing and romance scams. According to a press release, the report states, “69% of people report that they get more engagement and better responses using AI-generated content than when they create or use their own original content.”
3. Nvidia CEO highlights importance of AI infrastructure for economic growth
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, speaking at the World Government Summit in Dubai, emphasized the need for countries to develop their own artificial intelligence infrastructure to boost economic growth. Huang said, “You can't let other people do it. According to a Reuters report, it's really up to you to take the initiative, activate your industry and build infrastructure.
4. Google's Gemini and Microsoft's Copilot illusion
Leading productive AI chatbots, Gemini and Copilot are providing false statistics and data about Super Bowl 2024. In addition to generating statistics, both generative AI tools suggest different winning teams. Considering the immense popularity of the Super Bowl and the immense reach and potential of AI chatbots, this immediately calls into question their reliability and accuracy, and TechCrunch reports that they are not ideal tools for providing accurate data.
5. SEALSQ plans to develop an AI chip
SEALSQ Corp has announced its entry into the AI chip race. It will develop AIoT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) strategies to further its plans to develop AI chips. The integration of AIoT enables the company to provide an end-to-end solution for digital transformation and innovation with smart sensors, IoT systems, AI technologies and data cloud, a press release said.
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