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OpenAI launches an API for ChatGPT, a startup attempts a humanoid robot, and Salesforce turns it around

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Now, let’s dive into the most read stories of the week:

1. OpenAI introduced an API that’ll allow any business to build ChatGPT tech into their apps, websites, products, and services. ChatGPT is the free text-generating AI that can write human-like code, emails, essays, and more. Snap, Quizlet, Instacart, and Shopify are among the early adopters.

2. A startup, Figure, emerged from stealth this week promising a general-purpose bipedal humanoid robot. The Figure robot’s alpha build, which the company completed in December, is currently being tested in its Sunnyvale offices. It’s focused on a wide range of manual labor tasks for now.

3. The Secret Service and ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations unit repeatedly failed to obtain the correct legal paperwork when carrying out invasive cell phone surveillance. The findings were published last week by Homeland Security’s inspector general, which said that the agencies often used cell-site simulators without obtaining the appropriate search warrants.

4. Salesforce reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, including revenue that exceeded expectations. The company’s strong performance is a testament to its ability to turn things around and continue to grow in the face of challenges.

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In the world of aviation, startup Universal Hydrogen took to the air with the largest hydrogen fuel cell ever to fly. While many technical and regulatory barriers stand in the way, this test flight showed that hydrogen could be a viable fuel for short-hop passenger aircraft.

Snapchat also made headlines by allowing users to pause their Snap streaks, giving them the freedom to take a break from the app without worrying about breaking their streaks.

In the world of AI, a new nonprofit research group called EleutherAI is forming a nonprofit foundation to research issues around large language models. Backed by donations and grants from AI startups Hugging Face and Stability AI, former GitHub CEO Nat Friedman, Lambda Labs, and Canva, the nonprofit plans to research issues along the lines of OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Finally, the official trailer for the final season of “Succession” premiered this week, and it appears that the series is ending with an epic mic drop. Creator and showrunner Jesse Armstrong has admitted to taking inspiration from lots of places, including the Rupert Murdoch playbook.

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Technology is rapidly evolving and we are witnessing some interesting developments in the field. Three major events have recently taken place that have caught our attention – OpenAI launches an API for ChatGPT, a startup attempts a humanoid robot, and Salesforce turns it around.

OpenAI’s launch of an API for ChatGPT is a significant step forward in the field of natural language processing (NLP). ChatGPT is a language model that generates human-like responses to user input. It can be used for a variety of applications, such as chatbots, question-answering systems, and language translation. The API allows developers to access this powerful tool and integrate it into their own applications. OpenAI’s API has already gained popularity among developers and is expected to revolutionize the way we use NLP.

Another major development in the tech industry is the recent attempt by a startup to create a humanoid robot. The startup, named Promobot, is a Russian company that specializes in creating robots for commercial use. The robot they have created has the ability to move its arms and legs, as well as its head, and can interact with humans. The company has high hopes for the future of their robot, and believes that it can be used in a variety of industries, such as hospitality, retail, and healthcare.

Finally, Salesforce, a cloud-based software company, has turned their business around by investing heavily in their customer relationships. In the past, Salesforce had a reputation for being a company that was difficult to work with, but in recent years they have focused on improving their customer experience. This focus has paid off, as Salesforce has regained its position as one of the top cloud-based software companies in the world.

In conclusion, these three events demonstrate the diversity and innovation that is present in the tech industry. OpenAI’s API for ChatGPT represents the potential for advanced NLP, Promobot’s humanoid robot is an ambitious attempt to revolutionize commercial robotics, and Salesforce’s renewed focus on customer relationships shows the importance of adapting to the needs of customers in order to succeed in business. We look forward to what other exciting developments will arise in the future of tech.

Valentino Morris is a seasoned journalist with years of experience covering a wide range of topics, including business, technology, fashion, and design. He has worked with some of the top news outlets in the industry and has developed a reputation for…

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