⚙️ GPT Delayed

Good morning. As the EU's AI safety bill nears its final stages, debates intensify over its potential impact, with major US tech firms influencing its direction and content. The bill's fate hangs in balance amid lobbying and calls for less stringent regulation on foundational AI models.

In today’s newsletter:

  • ⏳ OpenAI's GPT Store Postponed to Early 2024

  • 🌐 AI Journalists?

  • 🎭 The Untold Story of Altman's Brief Ouster and Microsoft's Role

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⏳ Delay in Debut: OpenAI's GPT Store Postponed to Early 2024

OpenAI's GPT Store, initially set for release this year, has been postponed to early 2024. The delay follows a leadership crisis in November, influencing the decision to push back the launch. Despite a functional prototype presented at OpenAI's Dev Day conference, many questions about the store's operations and policies remain unanswered. OpenAI's GPTs are still available for creation and sharing among users, but the absence of a formal store delays any potential public listing and revenue-sharing mechanisms. The delay suggests a cautious approach to releasing a major product amidst organizational changes and the upcoming winter holidays.

🌐 Capsule App: Revolutionizing News Consumption with AI-Powered Insights

Capsule, a Paris-based startup, aims to revolutionize news consumption by merging AI technology with human editorial curation, aspiring to be the "Spotify for news." Its app provides an engaging experience akin to TikTok, with a vertical scroll feed featuring news headlines and photos. Co-founders Jérôme Boé and Arthur de Villemandy bring unique backgrounds in tech and business trends to Capsule. The app emphasizes quality content, utilizing AI to extract key insights and an international team of curators to enrich these findings. Capsule stands out by not limiting news sources, already integrating over 400 sources. Currently free on iOS, Capsule is considering a future freemium model.

🎭 Inside OpenAI: The Untold Story of Altman's Brief Ouster and Microsoft's Role

The conflict between OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and the company's board is gradually coming to light, with a new report from The New Yorker revealing complex dynamics. The board's decision to expel Altman, initially supported by Microsoft, took a surprising turn when Microsoft was deliberately kept in the dark. This move aimed to catch Altman off-guard and stemmed from concerns over AI's dangers and Altman's perceived lack of transparency. Microsoft, though wary of AI's risks, rapidly integrated GPT into its products and was shocked by the board's decision. Eventually, Microsoft formulated strategies to support Altman, leading to his reinstatement and Microsoft's increased involvement in OpenAI's board. The exact reasons for Altman's initial dismissal remain unclear.

  1. Brazilian city councilman Ramiro Rosário secretly used ChatGPT to draft a law in Porto Alegre, only revealing its AI authorship after its enactment to stimulate debate, setting a concerning precedent due to potential inaccuracies in chatbot-generated content.

  1. Morgan Stanley forecasts a rebound in global smartphone sales by 2024, driven by new on-device AI capabilities enhancing features like photography and speech recognition.

  1. Amazon reportedly dismissed veteran producer Joel Silver, not for alleged harassment, but rather for his refusal to use AI technology to complete a film during a strike, highlighting the uncertain impact of AI on the entertainment industry.

  1. Wombo launched a new AI avatar app, Wombo Me, allowing users to create multiple lifelike avatars from a single selfie, offering a more efficient and fun experience compared to existing apps.

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