Ep 230: Microsoft’s new AI division, Update on Neuralink brain chip, Stability AI CEO resigns – AI News That Matters

Making Waves in the AI World: Key News from March 25th

In the rapidly evolving world of artificial intelligence (AI), staying abreast of the latest developments is crucial for business owners and decision makers seeking to capitalize on the impactful advancements in the industry. The podcast episode from March 25th brings forward significant AI news that directly impacts businesses and individuals. This article will delve into the key topics covered in the episode, addressing their relevance in the realm of AI technology.

Microsoft's Strategic AI Division

The podcast episode highlights Microsoft's latest power play in the AI space, as the tech giant unveils its dedicated AI division along with the appointments of key leaders from influential AI companies. This development sends ripples through the AI landscape, indicating Microsoft's assertive stance in consolidating AI expertise and assets. Such strategic maneuvers by tech giants have implications for businesses exploring AI integration in their operations and drive interest in potential collaborations with or leveraging the outcomes of Microsoft's AI division.

Revolutionizing Neuralink Chip Technology

The Neuralink chip's groundbreaking demonstration, allowing a paralyzed individual to play chess and control a computer cursor using the brain implant, underscores the tangible applications of AI in addressing neurological conditions. For business owners and decision makers, this showcases the potential for AI-powered technologies to contribute to advancements in healthcare, rehabilitation, and assistive devices. As AI-enabled innovations extend into healthcare and wellness tech, businesses may find opportunities to partner with or invest in companies pioneering such transformative technologies.

Resignation at Stability AI: A Reflection on AI Governance

The resignation of Stability AI's CEO highlights the challenges and dynamics within AI startups, emphasizing the need for transparent governance structures and sustainable business practices. The episode's coverage of this event prompts considerations for businesses engaging with AI startups, underlining the significance of evaluating the stability and leadership within AI ventures when exploring potential collaborations or investments in the AI sector.

Open Interpreter's Future AI Device

The announcement of Open Interpreter's AI-powered hardware device, promising voice interaction and AI capabilities, signals the expansion of AI technologies beyond traditional applications. For businesses embracing digital transformation, the prospect of such AI-enabled devices introduces possibilities for enhancing human-computer interactions and streamlining operational processes. The exploration of AI devices and their potential impact on enterprise operations becomes pertinent for businesses seeking to leverage state-of-the-art technologies.

AI Disruption in the Film Industry

OpenAI's venture into Hollywood with Sora, its text-to-video AI technology, represents a strategic foray into the entertainment sector. The disruption potential of AI in film production and content creation serves as a compelling example of AI's diverse applications. This news prompts businesses to consider the ramifications of AI innovations, potentially influencing marketing, content creation, and consumer engagement strategies in the entertainment and media industry.

Looking to the Future

In conclusion, the insights from the "Everyday AI" episode offer a glimpse into the evolving landscape of AI and its far-reaching impact across industries. For businesses and professionals navigating the AI domain, understanding the implications of market-shaping developments is pivotal for informed decision-making and proactive adaptation to the evolving technological terrain. Embracing the possibilities afforded by AI and its transformative potential can position businesses to harness innovation and cultivate sustainable growth in an AI-driven future.

Topics Covered in This Episode

1. Microsoft's AI Division and Leadership Changes
2. Neuralink's AI-Powered Brain Chip
3. Stability AI CEO Resignation
4. Open Interpreter O1 AI device
5.  OpenAI's Sora in Hollywood

Podcast Transcript

Jordan Wilson [00:00:16]:
Did Microsoft just make the biggest power move in the AI world that no one's talking about? What's going on with the Neuralink chip? Can you really play chess using your brain? And what's going on with stability AI? Every single week, we bring you the AI news that matters. You can spend a dozen, 30 hours each and every week trying to keep up with what's going on in the world of AI and how it's going to impact you. Or you can give us about 30 minutes every single Monday as we bring you the AI news that matters. What's going on y'all? My name is Jordan Wilson. I'm the host of everyday AI, and this show is for you. It's your daily livestream podcast and free daily newsletter helping everyday people like you and me learn and leverage what's going on in the world of generative AI. So I'm excited for today's show. Usually, every single Monday, we bring you the AI news that matters.

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Jordan Wilson [00:02:22]:
Alright. Let's get into it. Let's talk about the AI news that matters for the week of March 25th. Alright. 1st and foremost, pretty big one, kind of under the radar, but Microsoft has announced not only its new AI division, but its first leader. So Mustafa Suleiman is the cofounder of DeepMind, and he's been hired by Microsoft to lead Microsoft's new AI division alongside his inflection cofounder, Karen Simeon. Alright. So, essentially, Microsoft is hiring away the 2 top leaders from inflection AI, which has been a popular, you know, they have their popular AI chatbot pie and their inflection large language model.

Jordan Wilson [00:03:08]:
So, essentially, you know, Microsoft is now creating its own dedicated AI division to lead, copilot, which is, kind of its, you know, main AI offering. So, you know, essentially hiring off 2 of the top people from, Inflexion AI. So, the the move by Microsoft, though, has, I I'd say, generated a little bit of controversy due to past accusations of bullying behavior at Google DeepMind and concerns about AI consolidation. So, Suleiman will be the EVP, so the executive vice press executive vice president and the CEO of Microsoft AI. So that is, reportedly the new, division's name, Microsoft AI. And, Soliman will be focusing on advancing Copilot and other consumer AI products and research. And then you have, Karen Simeon will join as the chief scientist of Microsoft AI. So, some very interesting developments here, and a lot of people have been talking about online.

Jordan Wilson [00:04:11]:
Okay. Is this originally back when we had the OpenAI, controversy back in November when OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman, was kind of fired and then subsequently rehired. Microsoft CEO, Sadia Nadella, kind of said, hey. Don't worry. We're gonna hire Sam Altman, and he's gonna lead, you know, our new AI project here at Microsoft. So, presumably, this has been in the works for some time, this new Microsoft AI division. Reportedly, Sam Altman was gonna be leading it when he was ousted from OpenAI, but now we have the former, you know, a Google, cofounder of Google DeepMind, in Mustafa Soliman and, you know, the top 2 people there at Inflexion AI. So pretty pretty interesting news.

Jordan Wilson [00:04:59]:
And, yeah, if you're if you're joining us, live, I'd love to hear what you all think of this move. Is Microsoft becoming too big in the AI space? Maybe. But, I mean, this is just another, another example of Microsoft just flexing its muscle here. You you know, hiring on, you know, one of the biggest names, you know, if you wanna talk about this, it's, you know, as sports, you know, is definitely, one of the biggest free agents, so to speak, in, Mustafa Soleiman, even though he wasn't a free agent. You know? He was the CEO at Inflexion. But, you know, going out and acquiring one of the biggest names in AI to lead the new Microsoft AI division. Alright. But don't worry.

Jordan Wilson [00:05:42]:
Hey. If if you are a Inflexion user, if you use Py, they're still continuing on. Inflexion has named a new CEO and has talked about their new AI model, development as well. So, Inflection did announce that, Sean White will be the new CEO and the company plans to bring its new, Inflexion large language model, Inflexion 2.5 to micro to Microsoft Azure and other cloud platforms. Alright. That's not the only Microsoft news of the past couple of days. Maybe this one's even a little bigger, because I would say you have here Microsoft CEO, Sadia Nadella, kind of throwing some shade here at OpenAI. Alright.

Jordan Wilson [00:06:29]:
So Microsoft CEO, Sadia Nadella, kind of dismissed OpenAI's importance amidst some closed source controversy. Alright. So, Nadella claimed in an interview with New York Magazine that Microsoft is fully equipped with people, compute power, data, and capabilities, suggesting self sufficiency and AI development. So the recent statement from, Ndalia has caught kind of the tech world a little bit off guard. You know, there was there has been kind of this this chatter going on for the last couple of months that Microsoft was maybe a little too reliant on OpenAI. And, you know, if if you're new here, you know, to the generative, AI world, essentially, Microsoft has invested more than $10,000,000,000 into OpenAI and reportedly has a 49% ownership stake in the company. But, CEO Sadia Nadella's, some some quotes here, from this interview, Reddy, saying, and I quote, saying, it wouldn't matter if OpenAI disappeared tomorrow. We have the data, IP rights, and all the capability.

Jordan Wilson [00:07:42]:
And then another quip from, Satya Nadella said, that OpenAI is or sorry, that Microsoft is below them, above them, around them in reference to OpenAI, and this this remark has been praised by many. So pretty bold move here by Microsoft CEO, Sadia Sadia Nadella, essentially, you know, putting investors and and large scale partners at ease. Right? Because I think a lot of people are are looking at what's happening at OpenAI, and they look at what happened in November. Right? With this, ouster and the rehiring and and the board shakeup at OpenAI. And and I think, you know, Sonny Nadella during that time came in and was essentially a a third party mediator, to kind of get Sam Altman back in the driver's seat there at OpenAI. So, this is, I would say, a pretty bold move as some headlines said that, you know, this was a boss move by Sunny and Nadella, you know, essentially saying, hey. As important as OpenAI is, to our partnership, to Microsoft AI, you gotta look at these two things in tandem. Right? So this big, kind of a pseudo I it's it's something short of a pseudo acquisition of, you know, inflection because they're not acquiring any of their technology.

Jordan Wilson [00:09:05]:
But, you know, within the course of a week, you have Microsoft essentially acquiring, the 2 head people at Inflection AI. And then in this interview, essentially coming out and saying that if it wouldn't matter if OpenAI disappear tomorrow, we have the data, IP rights, and all the capabilities. So, this is, I would say, hey. All other big tech CEOs, Google, Amazon, etcetera, you should be looking at what Satya Nadella is is doing here. Huge acquisition in getting, these these 2 leaders to lead Microsoft AI as well as a pretty bold move. Right? It's, like, I was even scratching my head. I'm like, okay. Is this a bold move, or is this kind of throwing shade at open AI and saying, you know, maybe underplaying the importance? But, I would say you can't understate the importance right now of the g p t technology, and and how important that is to Microsoft.

Jordan Wilson [00:10:02]:
Right? Presumably, they're probably working up on, know, working on a backup plan just in case you would assume, especially with this, you know, this kind of new splash hire, for their new Microsoft AI division. But you have to imagine that the GPT technology is extremely important right now, to Microsoft, a multi $1,000,000,000,000 company and its Copilot. Right? So Copilot is built on top of the gbt 4 technology. So, interesting, you know, statements from Sadia Nadella. But, yeah, what do y'all think? Was this was this a pretty bold move here, by by Microsoft and this acquisition and and this statement? I think so. Alright. More AI news that matters this week. Here's one that was grabbing some headlines.

Jordan Wilson [00:10:48]:
So, the Neuralink, the 1st Neuralink patient talks about the impact of the AI powered brain chip. So, Elon Musk's brain chip company, Neuralink, has successfully demonstrated a patient moving a cursor using the brain implants with the goal of connecting human brains to computers to help tackle neurological conditions. So according to a video released by the Neuralink team, the first patient to receive the Neuralink brain chip is named Nolan Arbaugh, and he was able to play chess and a video game using the device. So Nolan was paralyzed from the shoulder sound or is paralyzed from the shoulder sound and used the, Neuralink brain chip to play chess and control a computer cursor in the video released by Neuralink. So, pretty amazing. Right? So I think you have to look at this two different ways. What Neuralink has been working on, as controversial as it may be, right, you gotta think, brain chip, you know, in in in in order to control things in the real world, it is, you know, a little bit of sci fi, but there's obviously some, very positive implications. You know, people who are suffering paralysis and and, other neurological conditions, this is obviously great news.

Jordan Wilson [00:12:08]:
Also, another thing to keep in mind, you know, you you have to think, okay. What's what's the bigger picture here? Well, obviously, Elon Musk also has a couple other AI companies, not just, you know, x AI, but, Optimus. Right? So so the Tesla Optimus bot. So Musk has previously alluded, to the ability, for the ability to use Neuralink's technology to restore full body movements when combined with Optimus robot limbs. So, you do have to think eventually there will be a marrying of these two technologies, of the Neuralink, kind of AI powered brain chip, technology with, kind of Tesla's bot or their their Optimus bot's ability to to move and function around in the real world. Talk about sci fi. When you combine, you know, a brain chip with a a physical robot arm, things, yeah, start to get both exciting and scary. Yeah.

Jordan Wilson [00:13:07]:
I'm excited for what's next too, Tara. Alright. So what's what's next here on our AI news that matters? The stability AI CEO has resigned. Not huge news here, but interesting nonetheless. Alright. Let's let's give you the quick recap here. So Stability AI's founder and CEO, Aman Mostock, has stepped down from his role and the company's board with the COO and CTO stepping in as interim co CEOs. So, at stability AI, this you know, if if you've been following the AI news, this isn't you you know, it shouldn't be a shock because we've been hearing about this for months now, but this does follow a difficult period for the AI start up, stability AI, as they've had high turnover and multiple unsuccessful fundraising attempts.

Jordan Wilson [00:13:59]:
So, the stock's departure highlights concerns about the concentration of power in AI and the need for more transparent governance. Like we talked about, the startup has faced a lot of challenges, including high turnover and many unsuccessful fundraising attempts despite its popular image generation tool, stable diffusion, and we've seen, some of its new video capabilities. So, pretty interesting that even though, the stable diffusion model has been fairly successful, here you have a very highly visible CEO stepping down from a notable, AI company and stability AI. And you you have to wonder if this is, signaling, to what's to come in the future where even though you have seemingly successful, you know, AI companies that you think have to be doing great, They might be struggling. Right? And I think this does ultimately come down to the cost of compute and being able to capitalize and commercialize off said compute and off, you know, large partnerships. So, pretty pretty interesting developments there at Stability AI. Alright. Our next piece of AI news that matters.

Jordan Wilson [00:15:14]:
Open interpreter has released a new hardware device called 0 1 or o 1. Right? Hey. I'd I'd I'd love for all these AI companies to get together and maybe come up with some names that are a little easier to remember because I think we had, you know, not only the now the open interpreter o one, I think we had the the rabbit o one, which was a hardware device. We have figure o one. I get it. You know? This is the o one, but can we come up with names that maybe are a little unique? That would be great. Anyways, OpenInterpreter has released their new hardware device called the o one. So, it is powered by AI, and the o one project is an an open source ecosystem for artificially intelligent devices that combines code interpret code interpreting language models with speech recognition and voice, synthesis.

Jordan Wilson [00:16:03]:
So right now, this is a hardware device. Think of it as a small little button. Right? And you can carry it around with you and you can talk to it. And right now, it's available for preorder for $99 and allows users to use that small button to power their home computer even when they're not nearby. So make sure if you haven't already to sign up for our daily newsletter at your everydayai.com. We'll be sharing some more, thoughts on this as well as a video from the company, a nice little, 8 minute, kind of, video overview. But, essentially, I do think that this device actually has promise. You know? I'm I'm not, you know, super, bullish on a lot of AI hardware devices yet.

Jordan Wilson [00:16:41]:
Even the aforementioned rabbit, I wasn't crazy about it. And then you have the humane pin. Not crazy about that either. Hey. Of all the ones I've seen, I think open interpreter is is the one that would interest me the most, the only one that I'm seriously considering. Alright. Hey. For $99, I might give this one a look.

Jordan Wilson [00:16:58]:
So, essentially, you know, using, large language models and, voice analysis, you can speak to this button essentially no matter where you are. Again, this is according to the marketing, so we'll see once the, the hardware device is actually released. But the ability to essentially talk to it. And, you know, in the demo that says, you know, asking, you know, questions to your computer at home, so you can essentially pair it with a home computer, and, you know, you can say, hey, what's in this document on my desktop? And it'll open up the document, it'll read it, and then it can perform actions on your behalf as well. You can also program, the open interpreter o one, to learn and understand certain tasks that you may manually do on your computer, such as in the video example, they kind of teach the figure 01 what it means to send a Slack message. Right? And, hey, side note, I'm not a Slack fan. You you know, can we stop just Slack messages in general and maybe work a smarter way, like, I don't know, ClickUp, something like that. Anyways, pretty, pretty interesting concept, and it does seem that open interpreter, to true to its name does want to kind of be the Linux.

Jordan Wilson [00:18:08]:
You know, they they want to be a very open platform and allow users who buy this hardware device to also program it, and inviting developers into the fold as well. So, you know, I think a lot of people when they think about generative AI and AI in general, right, we all think of software. We all think of, you know, the chat gpts and Midjourney and, Soarra, Runway, etcetera. But I I do like, kind of not all devices that have been released, but I like, you know, that you do have some of these companies pushing, the hardware because here's the reality. As generative AI gets smarter and smarter, how we use it, where we use it, why we use it, obviously changes. Right? And, presumably, the smarter that these large language models, and and, you know, kind of natural language processing, the stronger those things get, in theory, the less we should be in front of a computer. Right? So whether, you know, we are seeing a lot more edge AI, obviously, with the Samsung s 24 and Galaxy AI, presumably, we'll be getting, you know, some updates here from Apple at the wwdc, here in June, so bringing generative AI to the next Apple iPhone device reportedly, but, I do like to see other hardware companies getting into the fold because I do think the future, whether we see it now or not, is not, you know, taking advantage of all of this generative AI in front of our, you know, computers, I do think that there is, that there are other and better ways. So, make sure to check the newsletter out for more on that.

Jordan Wilson [00:19:47]:
Alright. Our next piece of AI news, we have a little. I mean, there wasn't a ton of news, but a little here. But, Sam Altman joined the Lex Frigman podcast and talked about the future of GPT Technology. Yes. You are listening to a podcast that is promoting another podcast because I do think that this, interview is, a must listen. Right? This was one of my, favorite the first time that that Lex and Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI talked. It was one of my favorite podcasts.

Jordan Wilson [00:20:16]:
This one, I I full disclosure because I was at the NVIDIA GTC last week. Haven't listened to the whole thing. I've listened to clips. But let me just go ahead and give you a high level overview of does this matter? Well, a little bit. So first and foremost, no. G p t 5 was not announced in the podcast. Regardless of what you read on Twitter, no. There is no g p t 5, at least not now.

Jordan Wilson [00:20:39]:
So Sam Altman did say that they will that OpenAI will be releasing a new model this year. He did say that, but he did not specifically say that model would be gpt 5. So in theory, we could be looking at gpt 45. Sam Altman did say that in the coming months, OpenAI would release many different things. And, you know, so that could be sorta. It could be other products. Right? We talked about here on the show. We've looked at multiple pieces of reporting that shows that OpenAI is working on agents.

Jordan Wilson [00:21:12]:
Right? So, you know, we're not really sure what is coming in the coming months and this year, but Sam Altman did confirm that, yes, they will be, releasing a new model this year, and they will be having other, releases or updates, coming in the coming months. And, you know, as as always, I I do think one of the the the main points of emphasis that was talking about is compute, right, in talking about how important, compute is, which we're gonna be talking about on the show tomorrow. So I don't wanna give away too much of that. Alright. Speaking of OpenAI, our last piece of AI news that matters this week. OpenAI is apparently taking Sora to Hollywood. Alright. So, Sora is, of course, OpenAI's well, it's it's more than a text, to video model, but, on the surface, that's what it is.

Jordan Wilson [00:22:02]:
It allows you to, enter a text prompt and, output a very impressive, you know, 20 to 60 second we've seen different reporting, 20 to 60 second video that is at least right now light years ahead of any competitor. Whether you're talking about Runway, Pika Labs, etcetera. It's it's it's a pretty big deal. Right? And we talked about, on this show that Sora is not really about AI video. Right? So we'll try to link it in the, description here. If you haven't listened to our our podcast already on what Sora actually is, make sure to do that. And we're gonna be talking about that a little bit on tomorrow's show as well, because the NVIDIA CEO is actually referencing something as well, about SoRA, but not necessarily its AI video quality. But in this case, with this new report of OpenAI is kind of shopping SoRA around Hollywood, it obviously is for the AI video, capabilities.

Jordan Wilson [00:23:04]:
So, the software has impressed industry insiders like Tyler Perry, who reportedly delayed an $800,000,000 studio expansion after witnessing Sora's capabilities. We talked about that on the show as well. Soarra is expected to be released to the public later this year with discussion ongoing to introduce AI advances in phases for safe implementation. So, obviously, the industry right now is abuzz with talks of AI's disruptive especially following last year's Hollywood writers strike. So OpenAI is hoping to gain traction in Hollywood and potentially disrupt the film industry with this new AI, text to video technology. I mean, what do y'all think joining? Do you think that we're gonna be seeing just mainly AI powered videos in the future? I would not be surprised. Right? My bold prediction last year was that 2024 was going to be the year of AI video. Personally, I don't think we're gonna see any full length, you know, any, you know, 90 minute, you know, AI videos in 2024 via Well, it especially depends on when, you know, some of these studios may get a hold of this, but it is going to be extremely disruptive for the industry.

Jordan Wilson [00:24:26]:
I do think that we're gonna be seeing it, on the big screens, you know, whether we're talking in film festivals or in blockbuster movies. I do think that we're gonna be seeing it within a year, again, depending on when these, Hollywood studios get it. Again, not saying that it's going to be used exclusively, right, to to create, entire videos, but I do think that that, studios are gonna start using this pretty much immediately to to fill in shots. You know, sometimes you you read. You know, studios have to spend, you know, tens of 1,000,000 of dollars, you know, reshooting a single scene, or, you know, reshooting, something that they maybe forgot. I do think that you're gonna see Sora, pretty, you know, sooner rather than later. That's gonna start to piece together, some of these major productions as well as, you know, some some shorts. I do think this is gonna, you you know, talked about this on the show before.

Jordan Wilson [00:25:18]:
I think it's gonna see a rise to more personalized, video. So a lot of, you know, you know, niche, you know, animation, some some niche shorts. But, you know, I think gone, you know, when we look at the the the near future, gone are the days where, you know, hey, here's the 5 big movies, you know, that come out, you know, every single weekend. Instead, I think you're gonna see a lot of, shorter films that are more targeted to very specific niche audiences. I do think that that is what the future of, Sora, looks like. Yeah. And and like what Douglas is saying here in the livestream, I think Sora will come and impact with Pixar like film first. Absolutely.

Jordan Wilson [00:26:01]:
Right? Like, that's that's a great example. You would see all these, like, little Pixar shorts that would win film festivals that were pretty short. You know? You had some that were 10 minutes, 15 minutes, etcetera. Yeah. I I I do think that is, the future of filmmaking, but pretty big news here from OpenAI reportedly shopping Sora around to Hollywood. Alright. And then there's obviously some other big news, but we're gonna talk about that tomorrow. But the, NVIDIA GTC conference just went down in San Jose, so make sure to join us tomorrow.

Jordan Wilson [00:26:35]:
Right? I I was, lucky enough to get some, kind of closed door access to some cool events with NVIDIA as well as, some talks with their CEO. So I'm gonna be sharing tomorrow, so make sure you tune in, the NVIDIA GTC recap and 3 ways NVIDIA is going to change the AI world. So make sure you join us for hot take Tuesday, coming in hot with 3 things that I think a lot of people aren't really talking about. You know, these new, NVIDIA GTC announcements, so make sure you check that out. And speaking of GTC, it is not too late. If you missed the entire conference, don't worry. Make sure to check the the link in the show notes, and the link in our newsletter. You can actually still sign up for free and rewatch every single workshop session, event at g t c, for free.

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