Welcome to the latest edition of the ‚Data & AI Digest‘, where we voyage through the cascading waves of data and AI innovations. This edition is brimming with fresh advancements, critical discussions, and a sprinkle of controversy that showcases the dynamic nature of our field. Let’s delve into the highlights:
[Generative AI] OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 Revolution: OpenAI unveils the third iteration of its acclaimed DALL-E visual art platform. Experience enhanced contextual understanding, seamless ChatGPT integration, and bolstered security in this generative marvel: Dive deeper.
[Microsoft] AI Integration in Windows 11: Microsoft introduces Copilot, bringing the prowess of GPT-4 to Windows 11. Engage with this new AI assistant across various applications and discover Bing’s support for DALL.E 3: Explore Copilot.
[ChatGPT] Internet-Savvy ChatGPT: OpenAI supercharges ChatGPT with real-time internet scanning capabilities, ensuring your interactions are backed by the most recent information. Discover the new browsing rules ensuring respectful web interaction: Unveil the update.
[Finance AI] Morgan Stanley’s Wealth Management AI: In collaboration with OpenAI, Morgan Stanley is launching a generative AI chatbot aimed at revolutionizing wealth management. Explore this new virtual assistant’s journey from conception to deployment: Read more.
[Meta] AI-Powered Creativity Unleashed: Meta unfolds new AI experiences across its app ecosystem. Dive into the AI-powered assistants, characters, and creative tools enriching digital interactions: Discover more.
[Artistic Stand] AI Image Generation Sparks Debate: Chinese artists rally against a major social media platform over AI-generated imagery concerns. Uncover the discourse between creativity and AI: Join the discussion.
[Google] Privacy-Forward AI Training: Google unveils an opt-out feature for publishers wary of contributing to AI training datasets. Explore the implications for data privacy and AI development: Learn more.
[Amazon] Generative AI on Amazon Bedrock: AWS heralds a new era of generative AI innovation with the rollout of Amazon Bedrock. Uncover the powerful new offerings accelerating the AI frontier: Explore Bedrock.
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Welcome to another edition of the Data & AI Digest! We’re excited to bring you a curated selection of the week’s most compelling stories in the realm of data science, artificial intelligence, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned expert or a curious beginner, there’s something here for everyone.
[AI] Understanding AI Performance: Discover how modern AI models often match or exceed human capabilities in tests, yet struggle in real-world applications. Read more
[AI] Generative AI Strategy for Tech Leaders: CIOs and CTOs need to integrate generative AI into their tech architecture effectively. Explore 5 key elements for successful implementation. Read more
[Statistics] Mastering the Central Limit Theorem in R: Understand the Central Limit Theorem, a cornerstone in statistics, and learn how to simulate it using R in this step-by-step tutorial. Read more
[Graph Theory] Comprehensive Introduction to Graph Theory: This quarter-long course covers everything from simple graphs to Eulerian circuits and spanning trees. Read more
[SQL] SQL Konferenz Highlights on Microsoft Fabric: Get an in-depth look at Microsoft Fabric and its role as a Data Platform for the Era of AI. Read more
[Microsoft] Forbes Insights on Microsoft’s Copilots: Learn six critical things every business owner should know about Microsoft Copilot. Read more
[GitHub] How GitHub’s Copilot is Being Used: GitHub’s Copilot remains the most popular AI-based code completion service. Find out the latest usage trends. Read more
[Apple] iPhone 15 Pro’s Spatial Videos: Teased at Apple’s latest keynote, learn about the new spatial video capabilities of the iPhone 15 Pro. Read more
[Geopolitics] China’s AI Influence Campaign: Researchers from Microsoft and other organizations discuss Beijing’s rapid change in disinformation tactics through AI. Read more
That’s a wrap for this week’s Data & AI Digest! We hope you found these articles insightful and thought-provoking. If you enjoyed this issue, help us make it bigger and better by sharing it with colleagues and friends. 🚀
Hello and welcome to the first issue of Data & AI Digest! We’ve curated an exceptional list of articles that delve into a wide array of topics—from the triumphs of data visualization in public health to the ethical dilemmas surrounding AI-generated images. Are you curious about running Python directly in Excel? We’ve got you covered!
[dataviz]The Triumph Over Tobacco: A Public Health Milestone: Explore how a blend of regulation, taxation, and education led to a significant decline in cigarette sales and lung cancer deaths in the U.S. Read more
[dataviz]Master the Art of Data Visualization with These Must-Read Books: Whether you’re a novice or a pro, discover five essential books that guide you to data visualization mastery. Read more
[analytics]Python Meets Excel: A New Era in Data Analysis: Announcing Python support in Microsoft Excel, enabling data analysis directly within the Excel grid—no separate Python installation needed. Read more
[powerbi]Unlock Power BI’s Full Potential with DAX: Discover 20 essential DAX tricks to enhance your Power BI reports, suitable for both beginners and experts. Read more
[ethics]Controversy Over ‚SmashOrPassAI‘ Site: A new site that allows users to rate AI-generated women sparks backlash, raising ethical concerns. Read more
[public opinion]Rising Concerns Over AI’s Role in Daily Life: A new Pew Research survey reveals growing apprehension among Americans about the role of AI in daily life, with views varying by age and use cases. Read more
[privacy]GDPR Complaint Against OpenAI Over ChatGPT: OpenAI faces allegations of GDPR violations regarding its ChatGPT model, as filed by a privacy researcher. Read more
[coding]Meet Code Llama: A New Large Language Model for Coding: Meta is introducing Code Llama, a state-of-the-art large language model designed to assist with coding tasks. Read more
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