OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on GPT-4: ‘people are begging to be disappointed and they will be’

Jan 20, 2023

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has addressed rumors regarding GPT-4 — the company’s as yet unreleased language model and latest in the GPT-series that forms the foundation of AI chatbot ChatGPT — saying that “people are begging to be disappointed and they will be.” During an interview with StrictlyVC, Altman was asked if GPT-4 will come out in the first quarter or half of the year, as many expect. He responded by offering no certain timeframe. “It’ll come out at some point, when we are ...read more

Apple launches latest HomePod featuring new innovations

Jan 20, 2023

Apple has announced HomePod (2nd generation), a smart speaker that delivers next-level acoustics. Delivering Apple innovations and Siri intelligence, HomePod is designed to offers advanced computational audio for a better listening experience, including support for immersive Spatial Audio tracks. Users can now create smart home automations using Siri, get notified when a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm is detected in their home, and check temperature and humidity in a room all hands-free. The ne ...read more

Chinese lidar developer Hesai files for $100 million US IPO

Jan 20, 2023

Chinese lidar startup Hesai filed for a $100 million US initial public offering on Tuesday, becoming one of the first Chinese companies to seek a US listing this year. The Shanghai-based company makes lidar sensors for autonomous driving cars and robotics applications and has customers in 40 countries. Documents show that Hesai’s total revenue has grown rapidly over the past three years, while its net loss widened year-on-year between 2019 and 2021. In the first three quarters of 2022, Hesa ...read more

What Are Primary Activities Involved in Institute ERP Software?

Jan 20, 2023

Introduction For a considerable time, the idea of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for the education sector has been circulating among colleges, schools, universities, and other organisations. In the age of big data, it has emerged as a crucial solution. Your academic institutions generate a massive amount of data on your students, alumni, instructors, staff, fees, courses, lesson plans, assets, and so on each year. Using this information without the correct school ERP system is ...read more


How Creta Class Gets Kids To Sit Through Online Math Classes?

Jan 19, 2023

Online learning has become a necessity for many kids, but it can be difficult for kids to stay focused and engaged during virtual classes. As a parent, you may feel frustrated when your child struggles to pay attention and retain information during online lessons. But don’t worry; there are ways to help your child succeed in their online education. One effective solution is to enroll your child in Creta Class .  It is a tailored online learning platform designed specifically for kids. ...read more


What China’s Covid Crisis Means for the Rest of the World

Jan 19, 2023

The fear is that the sudden spread of Covid through a new population with relatively little prior exposure to the virus will lead to the emergence of a new “supervariant”—one that has the potential to change the face of the pandemic like the Alpha, Delta, and Omicron forms of the virus did before. But whether there’s a significant risk of this happening isn’t clear.  In 2020, Ravi Gupta, a professor of clinical microbiology at the University of Cambridge, published a paper in the ...read more

Samsung unveils new Odyssey, ViewFinity and smart monitors

Jan 19, 2023

Samsung Electronics has announced the company will introduce new models in its monitor line-up, expanding its visual display leadership for the users. New offerings in the Odyssey, ViewFinity and Smart Monitor line-ups at CES 2023 will deliver the better image quality and a range of innovative features for people looking to work, play and live through their monitor display. The company is revolutionising the ultra-wide display category by launching the 57” Odyssey Neo G9, the world’s first ...read more

Faraday Future seeks support from city government in Hubei province

Jan 19, 2023

Faraday Future, a California-based electric vehicle startup founded by exiled Chinese billionaire Jia Yueting, said on Tuesday that it had signed a non-binding collaboration agreement with the city government of Huanggang in the central province of Hubei. The would-be EV maker said that the local government will offer financial and policy support to its business, adding that the establishment of its China headquarters in the city “is expected to be” partly funded by the local government. ...read more

Kuaishou struggles to sustain monetization as ad revenue grows slower than rival Douyin: report

Jan 19, 2023

Kuaishou, a short video platform with 3 million daily active users, has less than one-fifth of the advertising revenue compared to rival Douyin, local media outlet LatePost reported. Kuaishou told LatePost the ratio is inaccurate. Beijing-based ByteDance generated RMB 330 billion ($48.74 billion) in advertising revenue in China, with TikTok’s sister app contributing more than 80% at around RMB 264 billion, the report said, while several analysts estimate Kuaishou’s full-year advertisin ...read more