Daily News – 21st of July 2023

customized instructions for ChatGPT
OpenAI added customized instructions for ChatGPT

Custom instructions are essentially bits of personal information and specific scenarios that influence the types of responses users get from the chatbot. OpenAI gives some examples, like telling the system how large a user’s family is so it’ll return accurate ingredient lists for recipes. The feature is currently available as a beta version for people who sign up for the $20 a month ChatGPT Plus subscription program.


GitHub launched Copilot Chat

GitHub Copilot is an AI-powered coding assistant that helps developers write code faster and more accurately. Copilot Chat is a new feature that allows developers to ask the assistant questions about the code, get explanations for specific parts of the code, and even have Copilot fix errors.


Microsoft, Google and OpenAI publicly commited to safeguards for the AI development

As part of the commitment, the tech firms are expected to agree to eight suggested measures regarding safety, security, and social responsibility. These measures include allowing independent experts to test AI models for undesirable behavior, investing in cybersecurity, encouraging third parties to identify security vulnerabilities, and addressing societal risks and biases associated with AI.


Intel suspended Project Endgame

Intel’s project Endgame is a network-based solution that aimed to bring the processing power of cloud based Intel ARC GPUs to local systems. Project Endgame was meant to be available in Beta form by the end of 2022.


New products


Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will have a 14.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. It will come with a 11,200mAh battery.


OnePlus Ace 2 Pro

The phone will have a 6.74-inch screen, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, up to 24GB RAM and up to 1TB of storage. It will come with a 5,000 mAh battery.

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