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AI Today: News Highlights | February 05, 2024


Telangana Government and 3AI Collaborate for AI Hub

In a significant move, the Telangana government has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bengaluru-based AI & Analytics platform, 3AI.

The primary goal of this collaboration is to position Hyderabad and Telangana as a global epicentre for IT and AI development and innovation.

The MoU emphasises the creation of a community of AI and Analytics leaders from diverse enterprises, tech-service firms, and local startups.

Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of Information Technology and Industries and Commerce in Telangana, expressed optimism about adopting AI technologies, making Telangana a pioneer in exponential technology governance. 3AI CEO Sameer Dhanrajani highlighted their commitment to collaborating with the Emerging Technologies Wing, aiming to build a leader-focused ecosystem for AI advancements.

Google’s Evolution: Bard to Gemini

While the company has not officially announced a name change from Bard to Gemini, internal documents reveal a shift.

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The transformation includes an enhanced Ul, aimed at minimising visual distractions, enhancing legibility, and simplifying navigation. Google‘s upcoming Gemini is set to debut voice chat, accompanied by an innovative “Ultra 1.0” model.

Additionally, the introduction of “Gemini Advanced,” a premium plan, promises features akin to ChatGPT Plus, including advanced file uploading capabilities, according to the leaked document.

Decade of Growth: Satya Nadella’s Microsoft Legacy

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As Satya Nadella celebrates his tenth anniversary as Microsoft CEO, his transformative leadership has propelled the tech giant to unparalleled success. Over the past decade, Microsoft’s strategic pivot towards cloud computing and artificial intelligence has resulted in a staggering $2.8 trillion increase in shareholder wealth.

Notably, an initial $10,000 investment in Microsoft at the beginning of Nadella’s tenure would now be valued at approximately $113,000.

Nadella’s emphasis on innovation over tradition has been a driving force behind Microsoft’s remarkable evolution, setting a precedent for the tech industry.


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