AI Continues to Shape the Future: Apple, AMD, Tesla, and More

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By Ronald Tech

With rapid developments in artificial intelligence (AI) dominating headlines, the tech world is ablaze. From Tesla’s bold advancements to Satya Nadella’s stark warnings on AI-generated deepfakes, the week delivered a flurry of breaking news. Let’s delve into the top stories shaping the future:

Tesla’s Investment in AMD Chips

In a surprising move, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed plans to acquire chips from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) to bolster the company’s AI capabilities. Additionally, the electric vehicle behemoth is poised to inject over $500 million into hardware from Nvidia Corp. (NVDA).

Nadella’s Warning on AI-Generated Deepfakes

Microsoft Corp.’s (MSFT) CEO, Satya Nadella, struck a somber note as he expressed grave concerns over AI-generated explicit images of pop icon Taylor Swift. Labelling the situation “alarming and terrible,” Nadella underscored the urgency for tech companies to implement safeguards to ensure safer content production.

Apple’s Embrace of AI

During Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) earnings call, CEO Tim Cook made a groundbreaking reference to AI, signaling its pivotal role in the company’s future endeavors. This announcement stirred excitement among investors and analysts, underscoring the growing significance of AI for Apple.

Samsung’s Internet-Dependent AI Features

Prospective buyers eyeing Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.’s (SSNLF) Galaxy S24 for its AI capabilities were met with a revelation: almost half of these features mandate an internet connection to operate effectively. This revelation surfaced following a detailed analysis of the phone’s AI offerings.

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