It's been a wild week in the world of AI, with a lot of announcements that have left us amazed. The unveiling of GPT-4 alone would have been enough to turn heads, but there's been a bunch of other exciting developments as well.
Firstly, researchers have developed an artificial leaf that can generate electricity from the kinetic energy of falling raindrops and the movement of the wind. Additionally, Google is developing a powerful new 1,000-language AI model that aims to surpass OpenAI's ChatGPT, and Stripe and OpenAI are collaborating to bring the latest AI technology to Stripe's services.
In other AI-related news, Morgan Stanley has partnered with OpenAI to create an internal chatbot that will provide its advisors with new tools for client engagement and communication. Meanwhile, Baidu's AI chatbot debut has resulted in a decline in the company's share value.
Moving on to some exciting developments in biotech, researchers have created an extensive map of a fly's brain, representing a significant breakthrough in our understanding of complex animal brains and how they work. Oncological research is also relying more heavily on artificial intelligence, and its role in clinical practice is rapidly expanding.