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ChatGPT takes center stage as students ditch tutors in favor of AI-powered learning
The findings show many students and parents using ChatGPT, with some completely replacing their tutoring sessions with the AI tool.
Nvidia is poised to join $1 trillion club thanks to AI-driven surge
Thanks to a seemingly insatiable demand for AI chips, Nvidia saw its stock soar nearly 30% after yesterday's financial results.
Is the App Store already a billion dollar business for Apple?
Connect with top gaming leaders in Los Angeles at GamesBeat Summit 2023 this May 22-23. Register here. Last August, upon seeing the quick success of the App Store, Apple chief executive Steve Jobs…
VentureBeat on Artificial Intelligence
Why AI is a small business’s best friend
Both on the cloud and in the traditional data center, new services and software releases are bringing advanced AI tools to small businesses in low-cost, easy-to-use formats that don’t require rare and…
Building global AI with local impact in an AI economy
Thanks to tech advances in the AI economy that enable remote work, orgs developing AI can now collaborate with people from almost anywhere.
VentureBeat on Computer Vision
Google’s AI explains how image classifiers made their decisions
Google and Stanford researchers detail in a new paper an AI model that explains how image classifiers made their decisions.
4 ways AI could make airports more tolerable
Is it possible that a combination of computer vision and AI could make airports more tolerable? Implementing these technologies won’t build larger airports or reduce the number of passengers, but it…
VentureBeat on Cybersecurity
Is 1Password going passwordless?
1Password's acquisition of Passage shows that passwordless authentication isn't just a trend, but mission-critical for enterprise security.
What is risk-based vulnerability management?
Learn the 7 most common types of vulnerabilities and the 10 best practices for risk-based vulnerability management.
VentureBeat on Gaming
Tencent’s Steven Ma: Why big acquisitions will be good for gamers
Tencent's Steven Ma says game costs are soaring into hundreds of millions of dollars and so big acquisitions are good for gamers.
Ryan Wyatt interview: Why YouTube’s gaming chief moved to blockchain games at Polygon
Polygon raised $450 million for its blockchain protocol and it hired YouTube Gaming chief Ryan Wyatt to build its blockchain gaming business.
VentureBeat on Low Code
No-code/low-code: Why you should be paying attention
Guest We’ve all been hearing the hype lately about low-code and no-code platforms. The promise of no-code platforms is that they’ll make software development just as easy as using Word or PowerPoint…
80% of tech could be built outside IT by 2024, thanks to low-code tools
Thanks to low-code tools and AI, 80% of tech will be built outside of IT teams, according to new predictions from Gartner.
«The research firm found that by 2024, 80% of tech products and services will be built by people who are not technology professionals.»
VentureBeat on Metaverse
Why the future of the metaverse can only be decentralized
The ideal metaverse should break barriers and transform the big tech business model. Embrace an open, decentralized model for the metaverse.
The metaverse will fuel massive innovation (and Facebook isn’t the metaverse)
In a decentralized metaverse, users will put their trust in a peer-to-peer network rather than a centralized operator.
VentureBeat on Mixed Reality
Mixed reality is the UI of the future
The past few decades of computing and the internet have been limited to flat 2D screens on laptops, tablets, and smartphones. However, the rise of mixed reality means that society will soon move be…
Mixed reality developers need to talk safety now — before apologizing later
As mixed reality evolves there will be solutions, but in order to find them engineers first need to start asking questions of themselves.
VentureBeat on Mozilla
Mozilla and Scroll partner to test alternative funding models for the web
Mozilla has inked a deal with news service Scroll to better understand how consumers react to ad-free experience on the web and subscription-based models.
Glitch and Mozilla launch WebVR starter kit for building VR websites
If you thought that creating VR content was too difficult, Glitch and Mozilla now have a free tutorial series that will teach you how to make a VR website.
VentureBeat on NLP
AI researchers launch SuperGLUE, a rigorous benchmark for language understanding
A consortium of AI researchers from Facebook, NYU, and Google's DeepMind have created SuperGLUE, a benchmark for more nuanced, complex conversational AI.
Intel AI Lab open-sources library for deep learning-driven NLP
The Intel AI Lab has open-sourced a library for natural language processing to help researchers and developers give conversational agents like chatbots and virtual assistants the smarts necessary t…
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Why data remains the greatest challenge for machine learning projects
Appen’s latest State of AI Report reveals advances in helping enterprises overcome barriers to sourcing and preparing their data.
Digital accessibility: What to do when the data says you don’t exist
While data is known to have plenty of positives, it can create problems too -- not least as a source of inequality that fails those with disabilities and also your business decision-making.
The DeanBeat: Be nice. Be kind.
We've got a simple message for gamers harassing game developers for perceived slights. Be nice. Be kind. And be patient.
Why marketers need to jump on the AI bandwagon
Automations created by AI and ML present many business opportunities that marketers must start taking advantage of.
«Automations powered by machine learning can help businesses with several tasks, such as identifying patterns, analyzing data and making predicti»
After embracing remote work in 2020, companies face conflicts making it permanent
The pandemic forced millions to work from home, but many businesses already embraced a "work-from-anywhere" philosophy.
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