Artificial Intelligence

Pearson+ and Mastering subscriptions offer new AI tools and personalized academic support despite initial market resistance. Will edtech competitors follow suit?

OpenAI quietly files GPT-5 trademark request: A generative AI pause never took place and competition is increasing. We can expect that the lion’s share of OpenAI’s efforts is on its ChatGPT successor.

Read before watching: YouTube’s AI-driven video summaries could mean a slew of pros and cons for creators.

Google leads the race to integrate generative AI into smart speakers, with Amazon, Apple, and Samsung following suit. Big Tech sees new market opportunities but needs to tackle security

Meta prepares to launch AI personas on social media: Character-inspired chatbots could trigger an engagement and ad revenue boost while also inviting technical vulnerabilities and misuse.

1,000% increase in AI job posts prompts Upwork-OpenAI partnership: It’s a savvy move for the companies, but gig workers’ big AI dreams could get dashed by tech downsizing.

10 companies could benefit the most from an AI-driven economic rift: Tech firms are among the biggest AI adopters, which is creating a divergence in investment that could trigger major economic consequences.

Meta brings generative AI to Instagram users: Popular instances of consumers using AI for amusement make the app the perfect testing ground.

Intel's surprising profit is driven by 307% YoY revenue growth in foundry services despite CPU and server sales struggles. An AI-specific chip is forthcoming.

Google’s RT-2 robot signals the AI revolution’s next chapter: The tech giant is creating a symbiotic relationship between robots and AI that could mean AGI is coming sooner than expected.

Generative AI is prying open tech budgets: AI can augment existing roles in marketing and customer service, enhancing their efficiency—but retaining human oversight remains critical in such a highly regulated industry.

Amazon’s Bedrock attracts ‘thousands’ of customers: It’s leveraging its cloud reach to gain a foothold in the generative AI race. Google and Microsoft’s ambitions pose a challenge.

Meta's strong earnings boost stock by 6%, owing to efficient cost-cutting measures, rebounding online ads, increased Reels engagement, and successful AI integrations.

Generative AI was the shiny new thing this year (despite having been around for quite a while). Curious consumers wrote poems with ChatGPT, created masterpieces with Midjourney, and browsed Google’s and Microsoft’s AI-chatbot search functionalities. As the hype clears, which generative AI applications will be most relevant for business? And how can marketers put those applications to use?

Microsoft’s loss is Google’s gain in Q2: Investor favor vacillates between the tech giants, indicating uncertainty over who will win the AI race. Economic hurdles could dash hopes.

Alibaba makes Meta’s Llama 2 widely available in China: US regulators are likely to scrutinize the security costs of tech companies’ open-source models being deployed in China.

Is generative AI entering a cooling-off period? More than 50% of companies are toying with AI, but only 18% are spending—a sign they aren’t sure about next steps.

Amazon brings generative AI to patient medical records: Its new HealthScribe tool looks impressive on the surface—but it’s got a lot of ground to make up in the clinical documentation market.

Major news companies plan to sue Google, OpenAI, others: A group of media companies including The New York Times is planning a lawsuit over tech’s generative AI data practices.