It’s a good day for privacy buffs who love ChatGPT but want to keep their data safe, as privacy browser company Brave releases an alternative chatbot that doesn’t store your data.
And after Apple’s big push into AI-focused chips earlier this week, Bloomberg reports that the company is now looking to integrate AI across its products.
Brave releases ‘anonymous and secure’ AI chatbot
Bloomberg reports Apple bringing AI to multiple products
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TODAY IN AI AND TECH
AI Safety Summit: AI companies agree to government safety tests at key UK AI summit.
Quick Learner: Microsoft unveils a ‘revolutionary’ new AI learning method that mirrors human problem solving.
Consolidating the Empire: Disney completes total takeover of Hulu after paying NBC Universal approximately $8.61 billion.
Bold Prediction: Google’s AI Chief thinks there’s a 50% chance artificial general intelligence (AGI) will be here in 5 years.
GPU Rental: New AWS service lets customers rent Nvidia GPUs for quick AI projects.
AI AT WORK
Brave’s new Leo AI chatbot could be a more private and secure alternative to ChatGPT
For those of us who like keeping our private stuff private, Brave has become a household favorite in recent years. The company - known primarily for its browser - just announced a new AI chatbot called Leo.
Here’s what sets it apart:
Conversations are not recorded and stored
Data from conversations is not used to train AI models
Does not require login information for it to be used
While the chatbot offers all the usual features that other chatbots offer - like text generation and translation - it remains to be seen if Leo’s output can match that of ChatGPT, Bard, and other leading offerings.
The chatbot is available to users who have the latest version of Brave’s browser. Currently only available on desktop, Leo will be rolled out to mobile users in the future as well. A premium version is also available for $15 per month.
You can get more details in the official announcement here.
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NEXT IN AI
Bloomberg reports Apple is bringing new AI features across its products
After being caught “flat-footed“ by AI, according to a recent Bloomberg report, Apple is now planning to release AI-powered features across a number of its products.
Here are the key insights from the report:
Apple wants to bring AI-powered health monitoring to its devices.
Apple Watch will come with new sensors that will detect conditions like sleep apnea and hypertension.
AirPods will come with new upgrades that will help it serve as a hearing aid.
The company is also reportedly working on a new subscription service that will leverage user health data and AI to offer personalized workout and nutrition recommendations.
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