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Everything Announced At Google I/O 2024 🍭

All updates from Google I/O, OpenAI's chief scientist departing, and more...

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  • Everything Notable Announced At Google I/O
  • OpenAI’s Chief Scientist Is Officially Leaving
  • Tesla Supercharging Stations Vandalized
  • Bumble Apologizes For Anti-Celibacy Ads

 

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Meta Shutting Down ‘Workplace’ App
Meta will shut down its Teams competitor Workplace by August 31, 2025, offering a 50% discount starting in September and support for transitioning to Zoom-owned Workvivo, marking the end of its “Facebook for work” initiative…

Amazon Web Services Is Losing Its’ CEO
AWS CEO Adam Selipsky will step down on June 3rd, to be succeeded by Matt Garman, an 18-year Amazon veteran, as AWS continues to be a key profit driver for Amazon with significant contributions to its AI initiatives…

Android To Add Gemini Nano TalkBack
Google announced that Android will integrate Gemini Nano AI into its TalkBack accessibility feature, enabling on-device AI to provide descriptions for unlabeled images, sounds, and spoken language without needing an internet connection…

 

Everything Announced At Google I/O 2024

Google’s latest I/O event was packed with AI updates and new features.

Google Lens Video Search: Now, you can search by recording a video and asking questions during it. Google’s AI will pull relevant answers from the web.

Gemini AI Enhancements: Google introduced Gemini 1.5 Flash, optimized for faster responses. Gemini 1.5 Pro will integrate into Workspace apps, offering advanced assistance.

Project Astra: Aiming to be a comprehensive virtual assistant, it can see, remember, and act on your behalf using your device’s camera.

Veo AI Video Generation: Veo can create 1080p videos from text, images, and video prompts, offering a new tool for creators and filmmakers.

Custom Chatbots with Gems: Similar to OpenAI’s GPTs, Gems allows users to create customized chatbots tailored to specific needs.

AI Overviews in Search: Rolling out in the US, this feature provides summarized answers from the web, enhancing search results with AI-driven insights.

Android AI Features: Scam call detection and smarter AI capabilities, including answering questions about on-screen videos and PDFs.

Chrome Gets AI Assistant: Gemini Nano will help generate text for social media posts and reviews directly within Chrome.

Enhanced SynthID: Google expands SynthID’s watermarking to include Veo-generated videos and improve detection of AI-generated content.
 

OpenAI’s Chief Scientist Is Officially Leaving

Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI’s co-founder and chief scientist, is officially leaving the company after his failed coup attempt against Sam Altman. Both Altman and Sutskever announced the news on social media.

Altman praised Sutskever as one of the greatest minds of our generation and thanked him for his contributions.

Jakub Pachocki, previously the director of research, will take over as Chief Scientist. Pachocki has led major projects like GPT-4 and OpenAI Five.

 
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‘Cutbacks’ At Tesla Supercharging Stations

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After Tesla CEO Elon Musk fired the entire 500 Supercharger team, a TikTok user noticed that all the cables at this Vallejo, Calif. station had been severed, rendering it useless.

An act of vandalism or thieves looking to extract the valuable copper from inside the cables?

 

Bumble Apologizes For Anti-Celibacy Ad Blunder

 

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Bumble is pulling its controversial billboards that seemingly shamed celibate women. The dating app company faced backlash for ads mocking celibacy, with messages like “A vow of celibacy is not the answer” and “Don’t give up on dating and become a nun.”

Bumble admitted their mistake in an Instagram post, saying they aimed to bring humor but failed.

They’re now removing the ads and donating the ad space to organizations supporting women, like the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

 
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