Ep 260: A new SORA competitor, NVIDIA’s $700M acquisition – AI News That Matters

AI News and Developments to Watch

AI is always evolving, and keeping track of the latest developments is an ongoing challenge. But it's a challenge that's well worth the effort for those who want to stay at the forefront of innovation. Whether it's new AI competitors entering the scene, massive acquisitions, or efforts to improve AI safety, here's the news that matters most in the AI world right now.

A New AI Video Competitor Enters the Race

Emerging technologies continue to reshape the digital industry. The recent introduction of Vidu, an AI video model developed by a Chinese tech company Shang Shu AI and Tsinghua University, is a vivid example of this. It presents a significant competitor to Sora, offering distinct functionalities utilizing their Universal Vision Transformer or UVIT architecture. It simulates the real physical world, generates complex dynamic shots, and comprehends Chinese cultural factors. As AI video technology increasingly simulates the real world, it can be expected to impact the future of AGI (Artificial General Intelligence).

NVIDIA Strikes a Hefty AI Deal

Keeping pace with the dynamic AI environment, NVIDIA recently announced a whopping $700,000,000 acquisition of Run AI, an AI infrastructure management company. This move holds considerable significance since Run AI streamlines AI hardware infrastructure management, rent, and compute power. Furthermore, NVIDIA's acquisition of Run AI will open up this technology to a broader customer base, including Fortune 500 Companies.

Apple and OpenAI Partnership: An evolving scenario

Apple's partnership saga with AI companies continues. While Apple has been reportedly considering using OpenAI’s technology for new features in the iOS 18 and the new iPhone, it's also potentially looking at Google’s Gemini model or developing its own large language model. With such fluid developments, the final partnership decision will undoubtedly impact the future of AI integration in Apple's devices and software - a matter of great importance for the larger tech industry.

US Government Forms AI Safety Panel

Recognizing the potential security threats posed by AI to critical infrastructure, the US Department of Homeland Security has created an advisory panel focusing on AI safety. Including CEOs from technology, transportation, defense, and civil rights, the panel aims to develop recommendations to mitigate the security risks associated with AI. It demonstrates an increased focus on AI safety from the government.

Adobe Releases Firefly 3 with Integration in Photoshop

In a significant software update, Adobe has unveiled a new beta version of Photoshop with advanced functionalities offered by their Firefly 3 image foundation model. This allows for greater control and creativity and bridges the gap between ideation and creation. Adobe’s Firefly 3 offers users the ability to change images using text commands, showcasing how text-to-image AI is increasingly accessible.

Meta's Ray Ban Partnership Update: Multimodal Inputs

Advancing its product offerings, Meta recently added new AI capabilities to its flagship hardware device, produced in partnership with Ray Ban. The new multimodal I capabilities allow for real-time translations, making it an innovative tool for potential users.

Staying up-to-date with the latest AI developments is crucial for all businesses, from startup to multinational corporation. By understanding these changes and updates, business owners and decision makers can make informed decisions and steer their organizations into the future.

Topics Covered in This Episode

1. New Sora Competitor
2. Nvidia's Acquisition of Run;AI
3. Apple's AI Integration Plans
4. Advisory Panel on AI Security for Homeland
5. Adobe Photoshop's Generative Fill Feature


Podcast Transcript

Jordan Wilson [00:00:16]:
There's a new AI video competitor for Sora. NVIDIA has a huge $700,000,000 acquisition that's gonna shake up the space, and now Apple is reportedly back on good terms with OpenAI for future iPhone developments. There's a lot going on in AI news as there is every single week, so you could spend hours a day trying to keep up, or you could spend your Mondays with us going over the AI news that matters. What's going on y'all? My name is Jordan Wilson. I'm the host of Everyday AI. We're a daily livestream podcast and free daily newsletter serving as your guide to generative AI. So how we can all actually learn what's going on in the world, but how we can leverage it to grow our companies and to grow our careers. So if that sounds like something you need to do or something you'd wanna do, well, number 1, you can join us here live every single Monday or listen on the podcast.

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Jordan Wilson [00:02:44]:
And if you're joining us live, appreciate it. Let us know what are the things that are mattering to you right now? What do you, think about the stories? We'll throw your comments on live as we go along. So thanks everyone for, you know, joining from, Juan joining here in Chicago like myself to we got a Florida crew here with with Victor and Rolando joining us, doctor Harvey Castro joining us from Texas, and and Jay joining us from Michigan. Thank you as always. As we go along, I'd love to get your questions, comments about the AI news that matters. But let's get right into it, and I think there's a big one here. So is do we finally have our first real Sora competitor? Well, Sheng Shu, a Chinese company, just introduced Vidu. Alright.

Jordan Wilson [00:03:27]:
So, Shang Shu AI and Tsinghua University just introduced Vidiu, a text to video AI model. So Vidyo can generate 16 second HD clips with one click, utilizing their technology, universal vision transformer or UVIT architecture. So the UVIT model integrates the diffusion and transformer AI models, showcasing scenes with detailed physical laws like light, shadow effects, and facial expressions. So the technology behind Vidyo was actually proposed by its research team in September 2022 preceding Sora's model architecture. Vidyo's capabilities include simulating the real physical world, generating complex dynamic shots, and understanding Chinese cultural factors. Alright. So let's actually take a look live. So if you're joining us here on the livestream, we're gonna play, maybe about 30:30 to 40 seconds of this, this this new kind of tech here.

Jordan Wilson [00:04:23]:
So let's go ahead, take a watch. You'll probably hear some, on the podcast. You'll probably hear something. I'm not gonna go too long here, but let's go ahead and take a look at this new model. Let's let's go ahead. So, yeah. We'll we'll make sure to include more of it in today's newsletter. So, yeah, pretty pretty good, that that video shared about, 90 seconds worth of, you know, kind of a promotional video.

Jordan Wilson [00:05:05]:
And you'll see this is very similar to Soarer. It is not yet on the same level as Soarer. And if you are brand new or maybe you missed the, what I would say is pretty groundbreaking news, about in late fall, OpenAI announced their SOAR model, which is an, you know, you could just call it on the surface a text to video AI generator, but it's actually much more than that. I think what a lot of people are overlooking, about these new kind of, text to video or AI, video platforms is how they can simulate the real world and what that actually means, not just for the future of artificial intelligence, but actually the future of AGI, artificial general intelligence. Right? I've talked about this on the show before. Was lucky enough to partner with NVIDIA and go out to their GTC conference last week and or sorry, last month. And something that no one was talking about is, NVIDIA CEO mentioned Sora multiple times unprompted, but wasn't necessarily talking about the quality of the video. He was talking about, kind of its implications or this tech, the technology's implications on AGI.

Jordan Wilson [00:06:14]:
So it's something that, you know, not a lot of people are talking about, but, you know, as you can see here from the live stream and make sure, if you are on the podcast, make sure to check out, the newsletter where we'll be sharing, this this video. But the results are pretty impressive. So, I'll tell you this right now. Neither of these platforms right now, BIDU or Sora, are publicly available. But this might put pressure I mean, who knows? This might put pressure on OpenAI to release Soarer. It may not. But you we did see if you tune into the show a few weeks back, Adobe and OpenAI teased a collaboration which would bring Sora to, Adobe's AI or sorry, to Adobe's, video editing suite. So presumably, some segment of the public will be, receiving sort of access one way or another.

Jordan Wilson [00:07:00]:
But, yeah, it'll be interesting to see what this new Chinese company, or sorry, not a new company, but what this, Chinese company, Sheng Shu, their new AI, video platform, Viddu, you you know, kind of what's going to become of this. Is it going to become publicly available? You know, if I'm being honest, and we've talked about this on the show before, I think this technology, I don't know if the world's ready for it right now. Right? Because at least with with images and, you you know, even kind of audio, you can tell. Right? And and people can understand that, you you know, this is very easy to be deep faked. But with video, you could see something like this and people don't, you know, I'd say 99% of the general population, you know, doesn't know that this technology exists. Therefore, I think it is very easy to put out misinformation and disinformation, which is I think one of the reasons why OpenAI, has been a little slow in in getting out this technology because I don't know if the general population is ready for it, especially, before, the election here in the US. So a lot more in the newsletter today on that. Yeah.

Jordan Wilson [00:08:03]:
Like like what Jay said here from our livestream. He said this stuff is getting scary. Good. Yes. If you haven't seen this video already, yeah, make sure to check it out in our newsletter. Alright. So let's keep on going with the AI news that matters For this week, big one here. Speaking of NVIDIA, NVIDIA, NVIDIA has acquired Run AI for $700,000,000.

Jordan Wilson [00:08:23]:
Alright. So NVIDIA has acquired Run AI, an AI infrastructure management company for a price tag of $700,000,000. So this will enhance NVIDIA's DGX Cloud AI platform and give customer acts customers access to run AI's capabilities. So this is a $700,000,000 acquisition for, NVIDIA, so not a small one by any means. And essentially, Run AI does this. It streamlines AI hardware infrastructure management. Or in other words, like, the the way I like to talk to it is, you know, so many companies out there, you you know, are kind of stuck in this, space right now where, they're wondering should they be investing a lot of money, sometimes 1,000,000 of dollars, in hardware, right, in buying, you know, these, you know, NVIDIA GPU racks, right, their their new Blackwell chip or other chips, you know, or should they rent it. Right? So essentially, not to oversimplify things, but that's you you could kind of think of Run AI, and there's a lot of other companies out there that do something similar where they essentially rent, computes power.

Jordan Wilson [00:09:26]:
So you might need a lot. You know, this quarter, it might go down a little bit next quarter, or maybe you're just testing it, to to see if this is a a long term play for, you know, your enterprise company. So, pretty pretty big, acquisition here for NVIDIA. Also, Run AI already has a large customer base of Fortune 500 Companies and has raised already over a $118,000,000 in capital prior to the acquisition. And you know what? This this makes a lot of sense now, because about 3 weeks ago, there was reports of this. But before that, I was at the NVIDIA conference, and I was probably about 5 feet, away. I was I was actually in a line, and I was about 5 feet away from, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, posing for photos with the Run AI team. And I was like, This is interesting.

Jordan Wilson [00:10:17]:
Why of all companies is he making a little photo op with the Run AI team? And now this all makes sense. Right? Probably if I wasn't, you know, doing this everyday AI thing every single day, maybe I would have done a little digging into that and, you know, try to try to break a story or 2, but it makes sense now why, there's that kind of photo op and a lot of attention, between NVIDIA and Run AI at their, GTC conference. Alright. Speaking of other big names in the AI space. Yeah. Talks. Talks are apparently back on between Apple and OpenAI for integration into Apple's next iPhone and their iOS system. So according to a brand new report from Bloomberg, Apple is considering using OpenAI's technology for new features in the upcoming iOS 18 and iPhone.

Jordan Wilson [00:11:07]:
So if you're listening and you're like, wait. Have I heard this before? Yes. There is more flip flops in this story, than than feet on the beach. So let me tell you just a little bit right now what's been going on. So, about 6 months ago, we heard reports that Apple was developing its own large language model for the future iPhone, reportedly spending more than $1,000,000 a day in development. Right? And then about a month and a half ago, we saw that there were, talks between Google and OpenAI. So Apple was kind of considering either one or the other. And then right after that, we heard that Apple, no.

Jordan Wilson [00:11:42]:
Apple's probably gonna be working with Google and, integrating their Gemini model into future iPhones and their iOS. And then we actually heard a couple days after that, oh, no. Actually, Apple has a brand new large language model that they put out a research paper on. And here we are today with brand new news that, oh, nope. Apple and OpenAI are reportedly in talks again. So, yeah, a lot of back and forth between what's happening, with the next iteration. We we'll find out for soon here, in about 6 weeks at, Apple's worldwide developer conference, WWDC, in the 2nd week of June. So it should be interesting.

Jordan Wilson [00:12:19]:
I've said this once. I said it a 100 times. Apple's never first to the party, but usually the coolest kid. So it is gonna be interesting to see what their eventual generative AI plans are. Apple, obviously, one of the the leaders in hardware in the entire world with billions of devices already out there in the wild. So pretty big, pretty big move for Apple here to see what they eventually kind of, or how they eventually integrate large language models and generative AI into their next piece of hardware and their software. To to be honest, I I I think that this is probably where they may end up if I had to guess. I know that there's been a lot of, hype recently, especially after, you you know, some of Google's recent announcements with their Gemini model.

Jordan Wilson [00:13:05]:
Personally, I I haven't been super impressed with, with Google's AI offerings, So we'll see, you know, Apple here reportedly just just going back and forth, and this could be one of those things. Hey. As a former journalist, I used to do this for, I don't know, 7 years. A lot of times, big companies will kind of put stories out there. I'm not saying this is what's happening there, but a lot of times, companies will put stories out there just to, kind of see what the public sentiment is, see how, analysts react to the news, see what happens with their stock price. Could that be a case of this? Possibly. Right? We've seen so many kind of leaks and reports over the last 3 or 4 weeks, specifically when it comes to Apple's, partnership here. And to tell you the truth, it's a pretty big deal.

Jordan Wilson [00:13:46]:
I think it's a bigger deal than a lot of people think because whether you look at it with with Apple, whether Apple's going off on its own, whether Apple's going to be, you know, teaming up with, you know, alphabet slash Google, or whether Apple is going to be partnering with Microsoft backed OpenAI. Regardless, that's gonna be 3 of the largest 5 companies here in the US, you know, and obviously, NVIDIA is is, you know, going to be involved in that somehow because they're building the chips that are powering all of these AI models. So, June should be a pretty big announcement, not just for the future of technology, not just for the future of of Apple, its devices, and its software, but also for the US economy. You you know, take a look at what's gonna be happening in May, June, July, kind of leading up to this announcement and right after because I do think it is going to set the, the US economy and kind of the magnificent seven stocks going one way or the other. Alright. I know that was a lot on that one. There's more. Speaking of AI, you gotta always talk safety.

Jordan Wilson [00:14:50]:
So, the US government is creating a big name star studded panel to focus on AI safety. So the Department of Homeland Security has created an advisory panel to address the potential security threats posed by artificial intelligence to critical infrastructure. So this new panel that was just announced includes prominent CEOs in technology, transportation, defense, and civil rights, and will focus on developing recommendations to mitigate these security risks. So some of the big names, named to this panel include OpenAI's Sam Altman, Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, and Microsoft CEO, Sadia Nadella, and many more. So, this new board is called the artificial intelligence safety and security board. And like we said, it was established by the DHS, the Department of Homeland Security here in the US, and it aims to protect critical infrastructure from AI related disruptions. Right? We've talked about it many times on the show, here before, but, the not just how much right now generative AI and all these companies mean to the US economy, but also on the flip side, you know, there are foreign states and foreign bad actors now using AI to launch attacks. Right? To, you know, I guess cybersecurity has obviously been a huge sector, impacting, you know, so many businesses here in the US.

Jordan Wilson [00:16:15]:
But as generative AI, becomes more and more accessible and the learning curve is lower, we talk about all of these platforms that are now being used for deep fakes, you you know, video cloning, voice cloning, etcetera. You know, security is is paramount right now here in the US. So, the government's defense against these potential threats may also involve using the AI technology itself, which is something we've talked about here on the show. So this, some may argue though that this new kind of board, it's it's kind of like AI regulating itself. And a lot of people are saying that, maybe this could hinder advancements in the technology. Also, there are concerns about the effectiveness and potential biases of using AI to counter AI threats, which is, you know, something that a lot of these companies have been talking about. Another thing that you should be keeping an eye on is, you you know, kind of just overall here, the US government I've said this before. I think, lawmakers here on the US are are so, inadequate, in in terms of their ability to understand this technology.

Jordan Wilson [00:17:24]:
So there is, whether you say fortunately or unfortunately, there is really no other way for the US government right now to start to to regulate, this technology, to mitigate, potential risk than to bring on some of the biggest names in the space. Right? But a lot of people are saying, okay. Well, so you're going to kind of police, AI with the police of AI. Right? Like, you're going to, have the people overseeing or helping oversee this technology who are creating and building the technology. So a lot of people are saying this doesn't make sense, which I understand that. If I'm being honest, a lot of US lawmakers don't even understand the Internet, which has been, a poor understanding. If I'm being honest, a lot of US lawmakers don't even understand the Internet, which has been, you know, mainstream for for 30 years. Right? So there is such a a lack of understanding amongst lawmakers.

Jordan Wilson [00:18:15]:
So there really is, I'd say, no real hope for, legislation with teeth here in the US. So, the US has I think I think the, the Biden White House has done a fairly good job. They put out an executive order, regulating AI. They've been building these kind of, you know, informal groups, but now we see a formal panel along with the the the DHS, with these, new new, the new panel here, the artificial intelligence safety and security board. So, we'll be linking to a couple of stories in the newsletter about that, so make sure you go check that out. Alright. Our next piece of AI news that matters is Adobe releases Firefly 3, an image model, and it integrates it into Photoshop. Alright.

Jordan Wilson [00:19:00]:
So Adobe has unveiled an all new beta version of Photoshop with groundbreaking advancements in generative fill in a new firefly image, their firefly 3 image foundation model allowing for greater control and creativity and image editing and bridging the gap between ideation and creation. So, Adobe has unveiled these new features in the beta version of its very popular Photoshop. So we have new features like reference image, generate image, generate similar, generate background, and enhance detail in the latest Photoshop beta release. So what, what is kind of new here is, seeing this kind of rolled out across all different platforms. So if you're joining us here on the live screen, I kind of have a screenshot of Adobe's website here. So not just, text to image, which they've had in Firefly, but, some updates and some new capabilities in generative fill and generative expand. So being able to very easily, you know, just highlight something on an existing photo or in an AI image or in an AI generated photo and to change anything that you highlight with text, commands, which I think is is pretty cool. You also have, generative fill and text in Adobe Express.

Jordan Wilson [00:20:12]:
And then also bringing these, these new AI capabilities into Adobe's other pieces of software, such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and just really all across, Adobe's platforms. So pretty big news here. And if you haven't checked this out, we we talked about this on the show last week, with the new Firefly 3. So, definitely some some huge advancements in this new model. And I will say, right now, Firefly Firefly 3 is probably about on par, with OpenAI's DALL E, but it's not quite as good as MidJourney or the stable diffusion a, you know, text to photo models. However, you you know, for the most part, Adobe has been building, their models in a, you know, reportedly much more ethical way just trained on for the most part, and they say about 95% has been trained on, sources that it has access to. So, a lot of these other models, you know, reportedly stable diffusion, MidJourney, and some others are just training on the open Internet. So there's a lot of copyright questions around some of these, you know, kind of text to image models, whereas Adobe has taken maybe the slower approach, but probably a little more methodical and a little, safer and and a little with a little more, heavy lean into the ethics side.

Jordan Wilson [00:21:31]:
So even though right now this brand new Firefly 3 is not quite on par, you know, with Midjourney's version 6 with the new, stable diffusion XL models. It has gone, gone about it in a probably a little bit more ethical way. Alright. So there's going to be a lot more, in the newsletter about that today as well. And, hey, like, like a comment here coming from our livestream audience, AI safety is a great point. Yes. It has to be, because there's going to be you know, I've I've talked about this here on the show before. 2024, you're gonna see it.

Jordan Wilson [00:22:08]:
There's gonna be a big domino falling. You know? Eventually, we're gonna hear something from this, the the big OpenAI versus New York Times lawsuit, or I should say The New York Times versus, OpenAI lawsuit. The New York Times, has sued, OpenAI and Microsoft for reportedly using millions of its pieces of of copyrighted material, to train its, you know, JPT model. So I I do think there will probably be a settlement in there at some point. I don't see this going to court, but that's the biggest that's that's the big domino that's gonna fall. And then I think, we're gonna be talking a lot more on on IP, IP, right, on intellectual property, on, you know, the conversation at that point, I think, is going to explode on, oh, we've been using these models now for a year, you know, whether you're talking, you know, DALL E or, Midjourney or Firefly. Right? So many people have been using, all of these different generative AIs, you know, models out in a while now and, publicly and commercially now for, you know, a year plus. And I think once that big domino falls, we're gonna have the conversation of, okay.

Jordan Wilson [00:23:12]:
How should we be ethically using this? Are we safe to use this? And a lot of the big companies, have provided some kind of, copyright protection saying, hey. If you use this and you do get in trouble for whatever reason, we are going to back you. So, you you know, at least at certain levels, especially if you're using the enterprise version of the product. So, Firefly, again, I think has separated itself with a a much different approach than some of the other, kind of text to photo AI generators. Alright. I think I think we have our last, story of the day for AI news that matters. Meta has updated its Ray Ban partnership to include multimodal inputs. So along with its new llama 3 model updates so, yeah, Meta's Meta's have a a had a busy week.

Jordan Wilson [00:24:00]:
So, along with the new, Llama 3 model that is now, open, for people to go use, Meta has also added some new AI capabilities to its flagship hardware device, which is in partnership with Ray Ban. So the Ray Ban Meta Smart Glasses now have multimodal inputs, which essentially, I think, makes it a very, useful piece of hardware for identifying, anything that you may be looking at. So, we'll put the, the link in today's newsletter. But, essentially, if you're wearing these new Meta Ray Bans, you can talk to them and say, hey, Meta. What am I looking at? And it will say, hey. You are looking at, you know, maybe you're looking at something in another language, and you can say, hey, Meta. What am I looking at and what does it mean? And it will translate it. You could be looking at a historical, you you know, site.

Jordan Wilson [00:24:46]:
Maybe you are traveling and and using these or maybe, you know, who knows? Maybe you're looking at a at a train sign, and you're like, hey. I'm not sure which train this is. So, essentially, tapping into, LAMO 3, but these new the the new multimodal aspect of the, Meta Ray Ban glasses allows it to see and understand and decipher, different images that you are looking at, you know, in real time through the MetaGlasses. So, essentially, it snaps a picture. It kind of does all of its smart processing on the back end using, some kind of vision and computer vision, you know, AI technology to put it very simply. And it tells you, hey. Here's what's going on on the front end. So pretty cool update, there from Meta.

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