Musk claimed OpenAI and Altman elected to use the company’s technology “to maximize profits” for Microsoft rather than for the benefit of humanity, adding that its entire line of development “is now veiled in secrecy.”
Apple shares have underperformed the broader market on a 6-month, 12-month and 2-year basis as rival Microsoft surpassed Apple as the world’s most valuable company.
Uptake of generative artificial intelligence (AI) amongst office workers might be increasing, but women don’t trust it, new research from Salesforce shows.
Apple had reportedly been working on the development of its electric vehicle since 2014.
‘We lost everything’: Inside Kikki.K’s collapse – and how its founder is plotting her next multimillion-dollar business
Kristina Karlsson was 22 when she borrowed $3,000 from her partner, Paul, to launch iconic stationery brand, Kikki.K. But decades later, Karlsson faced every entrepreneur’s nightmare when Kikki.K entered administration not once, but twice
Experts crictise Elon Musk’s Neuralink over transparency after billionaire says first brain implant works
Musk’s casual Neuralink updates on social media and the company’s failure to publish data go against long standing scientific and ethical protocols and could ultimately stymie progress for all neurotechnology, experts told Forbes.
Former hedge fund star and unabashed digital asset evangelist, Mike Novogratz, believes traditional finance will drive bitcoin’s next evolution. He also rails against outdated regulations, Baby Boomers and America’s obesity problem.
Google apologized Friday for a tranche of historically inaccurate images generated on its Gemini AI image service, saying the feature “missed the mark” after widely circulated images sparked backlash from right-wing users and billionaire X owner Elon Musk.
Neuralink, Musk’s brain interface company that hopes to merge humans with computers, began the first human trial of its technology in January with a view to restoring lost functions like movement and communication to people with paralysis.
As the world races to take advantage of a once-in-a-generation technology shift, Australian SMBs are at a significant risk of being left behind.