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A Web Browser With Built-In AI Models

OperaGX takes the lead, Best Buy fires Geeks, and more...

Today’s Menu 🥠

  • OperaGX First Browser With Built-In AI Models
  • OpenAI Consumes Millions Of YouTube Hours
  • Google’s Upcoming ‘Lookup’ Button For Callers
  • Best Buy Firing Geek Squad Employees

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First Browser With Built-In AI Models

Opera is taking the next step in browser innovation by introducing experimental support for 150 local Large Language Models (LLMs) across approximately 50 families, including notable names like Llama from Meta, Vicuna, Gemma from Google, and Mixtral from Mistral AI.

This feature is available in the Opera One browser’s developer stream, and marks the first instance a major browser has integrated local LLMs — allowing users to manage them directly.

Users can choose their preferred LLM for processing, requiring 2-10 GB of storage space per variant.

OpenAI Transcribed Millions Hours Of YouTube Vids

OpenAI has reportedly transcribed over a million hours of YouTube videos to train its advanced GPT-4 model in hopes to maintain their edge in global AI research.

OpenAI views this method as fair use, with company president Greg Brockman playing a direct role in video collection.

The industry’s scramble for data underscores a looming crisis of diminishing training resources, potentially driving innovative yet legally dubious practices to feed the insatiable data appetites of AI systems — either you “steal it” or pay millions.

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Google’s ‘Lookup’ Button For Unknown Callers

Google is developing a “Lookup” button for the Android Google Phone app, aiming to simplify the process of identifying unknown callers.

This upcoming feature allows users to directly search for a phone number from their recent calls list with just one tap.

Additionally, Google is experimenting with integrating Gemini email summaries into the Android Gmail app, offering users succinct overviews of their emails at the tap of a button.


Best Buy Reports Massive Layoffs

Best Buy has initiated mass layoffs within its Geek Squad division due to the changing retail landscape [i.e. nobody is spending money in the store anymore].

The layoffs were reportedly communicated with very short notice, leaving many employees devastated.

Best Buy aims to “rightsize” its business by reallocating resources to more promising sectors and enhancing efficiency through analytics and AI, even as it phases out physical media from its stores.


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