Quick Serve 2023-12-22

In today’s Quick Serve of AI news:

Top robotics experts from CMU, UC Berkeley, Meta, NVIDIA, Boston Dynamics, and Toyota Research Institute share insights on the future of robotics. They discuss the role of generative AI, the humanoid form factor, and the next major category for robotics. Read more on TechCrunch.

A study by Karat’s 2023 Tech Hiring Trends report found that 62% of software and talent leaders believe software engineers are more valuable than capital. The report explores the impact of generative artificial intelligence on the value of software engineers. Read more on CNBC.

As AI integration changes the API landscape, regulating AI within the multi-trillion-dollar API economy becomes critical. The API economy’s market value is projected to reach $14.2 trillion by 2027. Read more on TechCrunch.

Generative AI, like ChatGPT, presents a major challenge for higher education, with students using AI to cheat in essays and complex problems. Instructors are exploring strategies to combat this form of cheating. Read more on Daily News.

The Geological Survey of India is planning to install advanced technologies like drones, artificial intelligence, and machine learning for more efficient and accurate mineral exploration. Read more on NDTV Profit.

Google’s latest AI model, Gemini, integrated into its chatbot, Bard, is compared to OpenAI‘s ChatGPT. The article explores their accuracy, speed, and overall helpfulness. Read more on The Verge.

Dell predicts that generative AI will take center stage, AI will improve more powerful PCs, zero trust will become central to cybersecurity, and a greater adoption of green tech will occur. Read more on Silicon Republic.

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