Daily News – 19th of January 2024

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Meta announced that it plans to create artificial general intelligence

Meta currently has two teams for AI research. One is the Fundamental AI Research (FAIR) team, started in 2013, and the other is team working on generative AI experiences for users of its apps. Mark Zuckerberg said the company would bring the two “closer together” as it looks to expand both groups.


Apple started allowing alternative in-app payments but still charges commissions

The new App Store guidelines allow developers to link to alternative payment methods, but only if the app also offer purchases through Apple’s own In-App Purchase system. The company will take a 27% commission of each payment made outside of the App Store (compared to the regular 30% Apple App Store tax).


OpenAI started working with the Pentagon on cybersecurity tools

OpenAI VP of Global Affairs Anna Makanju said its partnership with the Pentagon includes developing open source cybersecurity software. CEO Sam Altman also said that the company is taking steps to ensure its generative AI tools aren’t used to spread election-related disinformation.


Samsung Galaxy S24’s AI features will only be free until the end of 2025

The Galaxy S24 series comes with a range of AI features, including real-time phone call translations, AI powered notes and more. After the end of 2025 the pricing remains unknown.


New products


Realme 12+

Realme 12+ will have a Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor, 12 GB of RAM and a 64-megapixel primary camera. It will come with a 5,000mAh battery.


Vivo G2

The phone has a 6.56-inch HD+ screen, Dimensity 6020 processor, 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage. It comes with a 5,000mAh battery.

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