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Mon 15 Apr 2024 07:01:00
The Internet May Be Too Small for the AI Boom, Researchers Say : Powerful artificial intelligence systems require huge amounts of data. But some researchers and executives say the need for high-quality text data could exceed the supply within two years. WSJ reporter Deepa Seetharaman tells Alex Ossola how AI companies are preparing for the potential data shortage. Plus, the race is on to build new chip-making facilities. WSJ reporter Belle Lin explains why one Brooklyn-based startup is betting on smaller, modular chip plants that are designed to be shipped anywhere. Julie Chang hosts.Listening on Google Podcasts? Here’s our guide for switching to a different podcast player.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WSJ Tech News Briefing


The Internet May Be Too Small for the AI Boom, Researchers Say

WSJ Tech News Briefing Episode Details

The Internet May Be Too Small for the AI Boom, Researchers Say : Powerful artificial intelligence systems require huge amounts of data. But some researchers and executives say the need for high-quality text data could exceed the supply within two years. WSJ reporter Deepa Seetharaman tells Alex Ossola how AI companies are preparing for the potential data shortage. Plus, the race is on to build new chip-making facilities. WSJ reporter Belle Lin explains why one Brooklyn-based startup is betting on smaller, modular chip plants that are designed to be shipped anywhere. Julie Chang hosts.Listening on Google Podcasts? Here’s our guide for switching to a different podcast player.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fri 12 Apr 2024 18:07:09
Apple’s AI-Focused Chips, ARK’s Stake in OpenAI : Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow and Caroline Hyde break down Apple’s decision to overhaul its entire Mac line with AI-Focused M4 Chips, Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest to buy a stake into OpenAI, and reports that China has told telecom carriers to drop foreign semiconductor chips. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloomberg Technology


Apple’s AI-Focused Chips, ARK’s Stake in OpenAI

Bloomberg Technology Episode Details

Apple’s AI-Focused Chips, ARK’s Stake in OpenAI : Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow and Caroline Hyde break down Apple’s decision to overhaul its entire Mac line with AI-Focused M4 Chips, Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest to buy a stake into OpenAI, and reports that China has told telecom carriers to drop foreign semiconductor chips. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sun 14 Apr 2024 21:50:02 PDT
TWiT 975: You Don’t Want to Make Ghandi Mad - AI Music, Broadband Nutrition Labels : AI Music with Suno and Udio Google’s DeepMind finds 2.2M crystal structures in materials science win Vana plans to let users rent out their Reddit data to train AI How I Built an AI-Powered, Self-Running Propaganda Machine for $105 AI’s Victories in Go Inspire Better Human Game Playing Why the California Journalism Preservation Act is putting support of the news ecosystem at risk Google and the CJPA Consumers will finally see FCC-mandated ’nutrition labels’ for most broadband plans SAG-AFTRA union secures AI protections for artists in deal with major record labels Peter Higgs, physicist who proposed Higgs boson, dies aged 94 | Peter Higgs BESSY II: How pulsed charging enhances the service time of batteries Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Denise Howell, Larry Magid, and Owen Thomas Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwitSponsors:mintmobile.com/twitziprecruiter.com/twitexpressvpn.com/twitNetSuite.com/TWITwix.com/studio

This Week in Tech (Audio)


TWiT 975: You Don’t Want to Make Ghandi Mad - AI Music, Broadband Nutrition Labels

This Week in Tech (Audio) Episode Details

TWiT 975: You Don’t Want to Make Ghandi Mad - AI Music, Broadband Nutrition Labels : AI Music with Suno and Udio Google’s DeepMind finds 2.2M crystal structures in materials science win Vana plans to let users rent out their Reddit data to train AI How I Built an AI-Powered, Self-Running Propaganda Machine for $105 AI’s Victories in Go Inspire Better Human Game Playing Why the California Journalism Preservation Act is putting support of the news ecosystem at risk Google and the CJPA Consumers will finally see FCC-mandated ’nutrition labels’ for most broadband plans SAG-AFTRA union secures AI protections for artists in deal with major record labels Peter Higgs, physicist who proposed Higgs boson, dies aged 94 | Peter Higgs BESSY II: How pulsed charging enhances the service time of batteries Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Denise Howell, Larry Magid, and Owen Thomas Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwitSponsors:mintmobile.com/twitziprecruiter.com/twitexpressvpn.com/twitNetSuite.com/TWITwix.com/studio

Wed 10 Apr 2024 17:15:02 PDT
WW 876: Solder On - Snapdragon X Elite impressions, KB5036893 update, CHIPS & Science Act : On this episode, Paul shares his thoughts on the Snapdragon X Elite chip with Leo and Richard. Windows 11 24H2, AI, NPUs, and SoCs from Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm are all on the way this year. But a schedule is finally starting to emerge. And it looks like we’ll soon have answers to the questions about how or why AI will matter on PCs. Windows, AI, and the future Windows 11 version 24H2 - staggered release schedule as discussed last week Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite-based PCs in May/June - nothing but good news to date, but Paul went hands-on last week. It’s the real deal. Intel’s first-gen Core Ultra chipsets are lackluster, but now we have big promises for Arrow Lake in late 2024 Microsoft Build 2024 is in mid-May, and now we have a session list with some nice clues. For example, Introducing the Next Generation of Windows on Arm Microsoft is expected to unveil 24H2 and new X Elite-based Surface PCs at Build Computex and other milestones, and then back-to-school and holiday selling periods Windows 11 Moment 5 arrives in stable with yesterday’s Patch Tuesday (which is now called the General Availability channel, by the way). Of course, we still don’t have all the features. In particular, waiting on Android phone as a webcam. IDC says PC market grew by 1.5 percent in Q1 and acts like it’s the turnaround of the century Microsoft is manually blocking certain registry keys related to default browsers now: Apple-like non-EU belligerence or pragmatic protection of user choice? Why can’t it be both? Beta channel (last week) - Copilot actions improvements New Store app update improvements performance dramatically The Windows 11 de-ensh*ttification experiments continue Does Windows 11 Enterprise solve the problem? No. So it’s time to move on Hardware TSMC gets some of that sweet, sweet CHIPS Act money to expand its US operations AI Three AIs comparison Blockbuster

Windows Weekly (Audio)


WW 876: Solder On - Snapdragon X Elite impressions, KB5036893 update, CHIPS & Science Act

Windows Weekly (Audio) Episode Details

WW 876: Solder On - Snapdragon X Elite impressions, KB5036893 update, CHIPS & Science Act : On this episode, Paul shares his thoughts on the Snapdragon X Elite chip with Leo and Richard. Windows 11 24H2, AI, NPUs, and SoCs from Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm are all on the way this year. But a schedule is finally starting to emerge. And it looks like we’ll soon have answers to the questions about how or why AI will matter on PCs. Windows, AI, and the future Windows 11 version 24H2 - staggered release schedule as discussed last week Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite-based PCs in May/June - nothing but good news to date, but Paul went hands-on last week. It’s the real deal. Intel’s first-gen Core Ultra chipsets are lackluster, but now we have big promises for Arrow Lake in late 2024 Microsoft Build 2024 is in mid-May, and now we have a session list with some nice clues. For example, Introducing the Next Generation of Windows on Arm Microsoft is expected to unveil 24H2 and new X Elite-based Surface PCs at Build Computex and other milestones, and then back-to-school and holiday selling periods Windows 11 Moment 5 arrives in stable with yesterday’s Patch Tuesday (which is now called the General Availability channel, by the way). Of course, we still don’t have all the features. In particular, waiting on Android phone as a webcam. IDC says PC market grew by 1.5 percent in Q1 and acts like it’s the turnaround of the century Microsoft is manually blocking certain registry keys related to default browsers now: Apple-like non-EU belligerence or pragmatic protection of user choice? Why can’t it be both? Beta channel (last week) - Copilot actions improvements New Store app update improvements performance dramatically The Windows 11 de-ensh*ttification experiments continue Does Windows 11 Enterprise solve the problem? No. So it’s time to move on Hardware TSMC gets some of that sweet, sweet CHIPS Act money to expand its US operations AI Three AIs comparison Blockbuster