Sam Altman returns as OpenAI CEO, board gets three new members
Sam Altman will once again become the CEO of OpenAI. OpenAI and Altman confirmed this news. In addition, we are introduced to three new board members, including the former co-CEO of Salesforce.
The crisis at OpenAI started with the firing of CEO Sam Altman and now ends with the return of the sa... Read more
Three EU economic powers do not want strict AI legislation
The three largest economic powers within the European Union have agreed on how AI should be regulated. The vision is less strict than the initial versions of the upcoming EU AI Act, which is a clear signal from the three countries to the EU.
France, Germany and Italy have aligned visions for up... Read more
Salesforce approaches dissatisfied OpenAI staff with job offerings
Salesforce wants to take advantage of the crisis at OpenAI. It is not ashamed of that, as the company's CEO simply posts the job offer on social media platform X.
OpenAI managed to turn about all of its workforce against itself in one move during the past weekend. That, of course, is the result... Read more
ASML wants to expand significantly in Berlin: invests 100 million euros annually
ASML's German factory will receive much financial support in the coming years. The Dutch chip machine manufacturer is investing 100 million euros in the plant this year and wants to invest the same amount in several following years.
The financial investments should significantly expand ASML's pr... Read more
‘OpenAI interested in merger with competitor Anthropic’
OpenAI approached Anthropic about a possible merger of the two AI companies. Besides that, they also showed interest in the company's CEO, now that OpenAI got itself into crisis.
OpenAI's board of directors made some choices this past weekend that could be called exceptional, to say the least. A... Read more
Workday opts for business-safe AI: transparent and users have full control
Workday has integrated AI into the centre of its platform. In this way, the company thinks it is future-proof. In 2023, investments in AI are, however, no longer a distinguishing factor for an IT company. Workday is, therefore, trying to differentiate itself further by emphasizing business-safe AI ... Read more
123456 most common password of 2023
'123456' has emerged as the most common password of 2023. NordPass' research again shows that password security is generally not a priority.
Simple passwords remain popular in use even in 2023. That's a bad sign for the online security of companies. The simple string of digits "123456" appears ... Read more
European Commission shares concerns surrounding Adobe-Figma deal
The European Commission shared concerns surrounding Adobe's acquisition of Figma. Unless a list of potential monopoly risks is addressed, the deal will not be completed.
The Figma acquisition is not going smoothly for Adobe. The deal worth 20 billion euros, meanwhile, has been running into inve... Read more
AWS shows in PartyRock that app development is for everyone through AI
AWS announces its new service, PartyRock. The company presents the service as an opportunity to learn about generative AI in a casual environment.
PartyRock is a new service from AWS that gets to work on generative AI. It allows interested parties to learn about the technology as well as build ... Read more
Microsoft shows European Windows 11 that can remove Bing and Edge
Microsoft previews a European Windows 11 version that complies with the Digital Markets Act. Changes appeared to be necessary mainly to give users more control over whether they want apps that the operating system provides by default.
Windows 11 23H2 was released yesterday in the Release Previe... Read more