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In the escalating battle for AI supremacy, Apple and Google might be teaming up to revolutionize smartphone technology.

Rumors suggest that discussions are underway to incorporate Google's Gemini AI into the iPhone, potentially transforming the entire smartphone market. Let's delve into what this could mean...

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Apple is in negotiations with Google to bring the Gemini AI model to the iPhone, potentially offering cutting-edge AI features to users worldwide with iOS 18's release later this year.

What we know:

  • If integrated, Gemini could introduce new AI-driven capabilities for image creation, text generation, and more, enhancing Apple's existing AI features.

  • Apple had previous talks with OpenAI for its technology but is now seeing OpenAI potentially partnering with Samsung.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook has hinted at significant AI developments to be revealed at the upcoming WWDC in June, though the Google collaboration might not be ready to announce by then.

The big picture: Apple's potential adoption of Google's Gemini AI signifies a bold move in the tech world. Meanwhile, OpenAI's possible alliance with Samsung could set the stage for an intense rivalry. Regardless, the emergence of AI-powered smartphones is just around the corner.

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Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, recently shared insights on GPT-5, Sora, and his vision for AGI in an interview on the Lex Fridman Podcast.

Key points:

  • Altman announced that OpenAI is set to launch 'an amazing new model' within the year, along with 'many different things' in the near future.

  • He expressed dissatisfaction with GPT-4, predicting that GPT-5's advancement will be as significant as the leap from GPT-3 to GPT-4.

  • Highlighting Sora's capabilities, Altman envisions it as a milestone in AI’s journey to aid the physical world, particularly in robotics.

  • Altman foresees computing power becoming the future's most valuable resource.

The significance: Altman’s candid discussion provides a rare glimpse into the mindset of a leading figure in AI. His conversation indicates major developments ahead for OpenAI, reminiscent of the prelude to GPT-4’s unveiling.

To delve deeper, view the full interview and transcript.

Here are the latest updates in the AI world:

  • Stability AI introduced Stable Video 3D, a new model capable of generating high-quality, consistent 3D videos from a single image, expanding the capabilities of Stable Video Diffusion.

  • OpenAI is close to appointing Chris Lehane, a former policy leader at Airbnb and Clinton administration veteran, as a senior executive.

  • Microsoft has scheduled an AI event for May 20, just before Build 2024, to showcase new AI features in Windows and Surface devices.

  • Roblox unveiled two AI tools, Avatar Auto Setup and Texture Generator, aimed at streamlining the creation of avatars and 3D models for platform creators.

  • YouTube is updating its policy to require creators to label generative AI-produced content as such, ensuring transparency in videos and descriptions.

  • The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is launching three AI pilot projects to enhance its investigative, training, and planning efforts, demonstrating a growing adoption of AI in government operations.

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