It partnered with OpenAI on a ChatGPT plugin to offer users personalized shopping recommendations.
Billions of dollars are flowing to generative AI startups: High barriers to entry and a hard road to profitability mean a select few companies will eventually dominate a powerful market.
ChatGPT’s latest update could turn it into a shopping engine: Instacart, Klarna, and Shopify are experimenting with offering users personalized recommendations.
Bing's ChatGPT integration is boosting its usage, challenging Google in the AI-driven search market: Microsoft shares are up, and the incumbent’s ad revenues could be impacted.
Nvidia could be generative AI’s top beneficiary: It’s making stock market waves because its hardware forms the foundation for the generative AI gold rush. Its reputational risk is growing too.
Friction developing between Microsoft and OpenAI: The tech companies compete for AI customers under a profit-sharing model that could undermine Microsoft’s cloud growth. An acquisition attempt is likely.
Nearly half of companies craft AI policies: OpenAI says the vast majority of workers will be affected by its tech, but enterprise enthusiasm comes with concerns, making the outlook opaque.
Brands are scrambling to incorporate generative AI into their strategy to stay ahead of the curve. But according to our analysts, AI’s current uses are just the tip of the iceberg. We dig into some recent AI innovations (including Snapchat’s AI chatbot and GPT-4) and predictions for the tech’s evolution.
Google finally releases Bard, but how will it perform? Following months of hand-wringing about the search giant’s future, Google debuts Bard after ChatGPT faces technical difficulties, presenting a golden opportunity.
Bing's new features take aim at Google: Microsoft is betting that ChatGPT-powered Bing Chat Answers and an image generation feature could keep recent search converts in the fold.
The retail space is changing rapidly as marketers experiment with things like retail media, generative AI, and social commerce. In this discussion, Zia Daniell Wigder, Chief Content Officer, Insider Intelligence, talks about the trends on her radar and what she learned at Shoptalk.
Anthropic wants the moral AI high ground: Its pricey Claude bot is billed as safe and reliable. Performance subjectivity could mean the rise of more specialized offerings in the chatbot market.
Clinical documentation just got smarter and faster: Microsoft’s Nuance Communications added GPT-4 to its Dragon Ambient eXperience tool. Here’s what it means for providers.
Generative AI’s poetic hallucinations might clash with data science rigor: The tech industry’s growing catalog of generative AI app integration raises questions about performance and adoption best practices.
GPT-4 lied to bypass security: The AI model’s risky pre-release testing coupled with secrecy around technical details has heightened concerns about the technology. The sector is on a breakneck trajectory.
PwC partners with Harvey for fast, high-tech lawyering: Thousands of legal professionals are getting AI chatbot assistants. It signals how automation will trigger a shift in demand for human skills.
Its valuation took another big dip, but the raise could encourage other cash-hungry fintechs. Stripe’s OpenAI tie-in can open doors for both firms.
The fog around generative image AI legality is clearing: The US Copyright Office has said some AI-generated work can be protected but warned it hasn’t made an official call.
On today's episode, we discuss Snapchat's new AI chatbot, Meta's generative AI plans, and what's new about GPT-4. "In Other News," we talk about whether VR influencers can save the metaverse and how drone delivery company Wing is looking to make last-mile delivery more efficient. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Jacob Bourne and Jasmine Enberg.
Google quickens its pace in the generative AI race: Playing catch-up to generative AI rivals, it unveils enterprise and developer offerings this week. Performance and consumer privacy trump release timelines.