Microsoft co pilot Key + AI Home Robot by LG + Intel’s Articul8

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So in this video, we’ll explore three major AI news, and first, we’ll look into Microsoft’s introduction of a new AI-focused co-pilot key on keyboards. Then take a look at LG’s innovative home-assisting robot set to debut at CES 2024. And finally, delve into Intel’s venture into artificial intelligence with their new company, Articulate AI.

So in February 2024, something new is coming to the world of personal computers, especially for those using Microsoft’s Windows operating system. For the first time in about 30 years, there’s going to be a big change in the design of computer keyboards. Microsoft is introducing a special co-pilot key on these keyboards that is designed to launch Microsoft’s AI chatbot.

This change is part of Microsoft’s efforts to integrate more artificial intelligence into everyday technology. They’re working with other computer makers to include this AI button in laptops, showing how important their partnership with open AI is. Microsoft wants to be at the forefront of using generative AI technology, which is a type of AI that can create new content.

While many of us use our phones to access the internet and AI applications, the introduction of this AI button on keyboards is quite significant. It marks the beginning of what looks like a competitive year ahead in the tech world. Companies are racing to develop and incorporate AI applications, even though there are still unresolved issues around ethics and legality.

For example, last month, the New York Times sued both Open AI and Microsoft. They claimed that tools like chat GPT and co-pilot were using copyrighted news articles without permission. Now let’s talk about this new keyboard.

LG’s Innovative Home-Assisting Robot: A Glimpse into the Future of Smart Living

The biggest change Microsoft made to PC keyboards before this was in the 1990s when they introduced the Windows key, marked with their four-squared logo. This key has been a constant feature on keyboards designed for Windows. The new AI button will feature the co-pilot logo, which looks like a ribbon and will be placed near the spacebar.

Depending on the computer, it might take the spot of the right control key or a menu key. Microsoft isn’t the first to come up with the idea of custom keys on keyboards. Apple started this trend back in the 1980s with its command key.

Google also tried something similar on its Chromebooks and the now discontinued Pixelbook, where they had a key for launching their voice assistant. However, Microsoft’s influence in the PC market is much larger. They work with many third-party manufacturers like Lenovo, Dell, and HP.

In fact, about 82% of all desktops, laptops, and workstations run Windows. This is a lot more compared to Apple’s and Google’s operating systems. As of now, Microsoft hasn’t shared which computer makers will include the co-pilot button, apart from their own premium Surface devices.

But we might get to see some of these new models at the upcoming CES Gadget Show in Las Vegas next week. This new co-pilot key is an exciting step for Microsoft and for all of us who use computers, as it opens up a new way to interact with AI technology. All right, now LG, a well-known electronics company, is all set to amaze everyone at CES 2024 with their latest creation, a small, friendly robot designed to make life at home easier and more enjoyable.

LG’s Home-Assisting Robot: A Multi-functional Companion Redefining Smart Living

This announcement made just a few hours ago is already creating quite a buzz. This adorable robot from LG stands about a foot tall and walks on two legs. It’s not just for show.

This little helper is packed with advanced technology to take care of your house. It can wander around your home, checking for any issues, keeping an eye on your pets, and even understanding how you feel to make your day better. Thanks to the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 platform, the robot gets smarter over time, learning about your likes and habits to become an even better companion.

LG refers to this robot as a moving smart home hub aimed at reducing the chores you have to do around the house. And it seems to do just that. Scheduled to be showcased at CES 2024 next week, the robot can connect with all the smart devices in your house.

It can turn devices off when they’re not needed or when you’re not home. Plus, it can patrol your home, check if windows are shut or if lights are left on, and alert you about it. When you’re out, the robot isn’t just sitting idle.

It can keep an eye on your pets and even let you watch live video feeds to see what your furry friends are up to when you’re away. It’s also smart enough to monitor your home’s temperature, humidity, and air quality, alerting you if something isn’t right. But the robot’s abilities don’t end there.

When you come home, it greets you at the door, and can figure out how you’re feeling by looking at your face and listening to your voice. Depending on your mood, it can play music or sounds to cheer you up. And if you tend to forget things like medication schedules, the robot can help remind you.

Intel’s Venture into AI: Unveiling Articulate AI to Pioneer Real-World AI Projects

To do all this, the robot is equipped with a camera, speaker, and various sensors. These help it understand what’s happening in your home, from air quality to potential problems. It also uses voice and image recognition software, along with the ability to process natural language, to identify and respond to issues as they arise.

This robot is part of LG’s bigger plan to introduce a range of smart home products that aim to make your life easier, fitting into their vision of a zero-labor home. Whether or not people will be comfortable with the robot that follows them, and their pets around the house all day, is yet to be seen. LG is excited to display this robot at their CES booth next week, but they haven’t shared any details about the price or when it will be available for purchase.

All right, now Intel has exciting news. They’re starting a new company that focuses on artificial intelligence. This new company called Articulate AI is a big step for Intel into the world of generative AI.

They’re doing this with Digital Bridge Group, which is a company that manages digital assets. The new company’s CEO is Arun Subramanian, who used to be a vice president at Intel. He explained that Article 8’s main goal is to solve a big problem in AI, turning simple AI ideas into real working projects that are safe, affordable, and effective.

Subramanian, who also led Intel’s Data Center and AI Group, shared this in an interview with Reuters. Intel is known around the world for its high-performance chips, but they’re also interested in AI software. They want to compete with other big names in AI, like OpenAI, and companies like Google and NVIDIA.

Intel’s Articulate AI: Navigating the Future of AI Development and Innovation

Pat Gelsinger, Intel’s CEO, said that Articulate has the right mix of AI knowledge and powerful computing to really make a difference for Intel and its customers. The idea for Articulate came from work Intel did with Boston Consulting Group. Rich Lesser, the global chair of BCG, mentioned that they’ve been working with Intel for almost two years.

They’ve already used Articulate’s products for clients who need advanced AI solutions quickly. Articulate AI systems can handle both text and images. It’s built using a mix of open-source and Intel’s own technology.

This system was set up in BCG’s data centers to make sure it was private and secure. Now, it’s ready for businesses in different areas like finance, aerospace, and telecommunications. Intel has been working on both AI hardware and software.

They’re known for their powerful processors that are great for AI tasks. With Articulate, Intel wants to focus more on AI software and bring all their AI work together. Mark Gonsi, the CEO of DigitalBridge, said that generative AI is really important for the digital world.

DigitalBridge, which invests a lot in data centers, is one of the key supporters of Articulate. Other investors include FinCapital, Mindset Ventures, Communitas Capital, Giant Leap Capital, GS Futures, and Zane Group. Intel’s move to create Articulate is part of their strategy to bring in outside money for specific parts of their business.

They’ve already spun off their car chip company, Mobileye Global, and are thinking about doing the same for their programmable chip unit. But starting Articulate isn’t going to be easy. The AI world is always changing, and there are a lot of things to think about, like ethics, transparency, and what responsible AI development really means.

Despite these challenges, Intel’s dive into AI with Articulate is a big step forward. As we’ve seen, the tech world is continuously evolving, with companies like Microsoft, Google, Intel, NVIDIA, and a few others leading the way in innovative AI and smart technology. These advancements not only highlight the rapid progress in the tech industry but also hint at an exciting and transformative future for users worldwide.

Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next one.

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Hi πŸ‘‹, I'm Gauravzack Im a security information analyst with experience in Web, Mobile and API pentesting, i also develop several Mobile and Web applications and tools for pentesting, with most of this being for the sole purpose of fun. I created this blog to talk about subjects that are interesting to me and a few other things.

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