Welcome to our AI Weekly Digest, covering the most significant AI news from January 15th to January 21st, 2024. This edition is packed with pivotal developments, regulatory updates, and groundbreaking collaborations in the world of artificial intelligence. Let's dive into the week's top stories and two additional noteworthy mentions.
1. Microsoft Introduces Copilot Pro
Microsoft announced the launch of Copilot Pro, a new subscription offering advanced AI capabilities for individuals, including access to GPT-4 Turbo and enhanced AI image creation.
2. AI Regulation Developments
The focus is on the upcoming AI and Data Act (AIDA) in Canada, the European Union's AI Act, and the Algorithmic Accountability Act in the U.S. These regulations aim to address AI's societal impacts and ethical considerations.
3. OpenAI's First Higher Education Customer
Arizona State University (ASU) has become the first higher education institution to collaborate with OpenAI, integrating ChatGPT into its educational program.
4. Trends in AI-Driven Software Development
Key trends include the integration of legacy systems, the rise of AIOps, increasing software supply chain attacks, and Meta's Purple Llama project to help developers deploy generative AI models responsible.
5. AI's Transformative Impact on Various Industries
The application of AI continues to grow, with significant advancements expected in healthcare, financial services, and legal sectors, among others.
Google's new Bard Image Generator is making waves with its ability to create stunning AI-generated images, rivaling other tools in the market.
ByteDance, TikTok's parent company, is leveraging AI chatbots, in a move showing the increasing intersection of social media and advanced AI technologies.
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