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LG Introduces Smart Home AI Agent: A Compact Robot Assistant

LG introduced the Smart Home AI Agent, which is designed for a smart home. The device combines artificial intelligence, robotic and multimodal technologies, allowing it to move, learn and engage in complex conversations The LG Smart Home AI Agent robot is based on the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 platform. The compact two-wheeled robot assistant is equipped with a camera, a speaker, and a set of various sensors that allow it to monitor the situation in the house and collect information about the surrounding space, including temperature, humidity and air quality.

Microsoft Opens Free Access To The GPT-4 Turbo 

Microsoft is providing a free trial of the GPT-4 Turbo neural network, which is usually only available with a paid ChatGPT Plus subscription. The company is testing GPT-4 Turbo integration and plugin support in its Bing Chat chatbot, also known as Microsoft Copilot. Citing sources at Microsoft, the Windows Latest portal reports that the company is introducing the latest ChatGPT model into its Bing Chat.

TomTom Develops AI Assistant For Cars Using OpenAI And Microsoft Technologies

On December 19, 2023, in a press release from both companies, TomTom announced the creation of its own generative AI voice assistant for cars. The assistant will be powered by Microsoft's Azure OpenAI Service. Leveraging Microsoft AI technology, TomTom has developed a fully integrated AI-powered conversational in-car assistant that provides more sophisticated voice interaction with infotainment, location and vehicle control systems.

Google Launches AI Studio

Google has launched a new tool for developing applications and chatbots, which is based on the recently announced Gemini family of models. With AI Studio, you can quickly create apps and chatbots, get API keys to integrate them into your apps, or access code to go deeper in the IDE.

Microsoft To Release A Revolutionary Windows Focused On AI

A new road Windows is already being formed within the walls of Microsoft, within which the next major update to the system is being developed, called Hudson Valley. This update will be “revolutionary,” writes Windows Central. Microsoft plans to return to annual releases of new versions of Windows. This means that going forward, the software giant will release a major feature update once a year, instead of several smaller Moment updates as it does now. At the same time, Microsoft does not intend to completely abandon the use of Moment updates, but now they will not be the main tool for delivering new functions.

Google Reveals Gemini: ChatGPT “Killer”

Google has officially announced the launch of its own artificial intelligence system - Gemini. According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who presented the latest development, Gemini 1.0 is currently the company's most powerful and versatile AI model.