‘OpenAI should be renamed ClosedAI’: Reaction to Microsoft’s exclusive license for OpenAI’s GPT-3

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (right) and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman at the Microsoft campus last year, when the companies announced their partnership and a $1 billion investment in OpenAI by Microsoft. (Photo by Scott Eklund, Red Box Pictures, for Microsoft.)
Microsoft this week gained an exclusive license to OpenAI’s GPT-3, the state-of-the-art language model garnering attention across the tech industry.

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Age Of Robo-Pizza, Lukewarm On Arrival, Heats Up

In the wake of failed robo-pizza startup Zume, Inc., a new pizza-making robot from xRobotics has debuted and soon will be introduced into the kitchens of Dodo Pizza as the Russia-based global startup seeks to expand in the U. S., Europe and China.

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Teaching offshore robots to speak our language

New technology has been unveiled which allows humans to ask robots questions and understand their actions.

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Giant 25 tonne Gundam robot shows off its moves and other news

BBC Click’s Paul Carter highlights the best of the week’s technology news.

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We have a few questions about Amazon’s flying indoor security camera drone

Should we invite Amazon’s internet-connected cameras and voice assistants into our homes? That’s been a contentious topic for years — but today, Amazon effectively said “screw it” and announced an entire automated flying indoor robot security system.
Yes, that’s right: Amazon’s Ring division now has a camera that can theoretically go anywhere in your home, not just

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Drone home: Amazon’s new Ring indoor security camera gives flight to new privacy concerns

Ring Always Home Cam. (Ring Photo)
Amazon drones will probably be zipping around outside your house to drop off packages before too long. But before that day arrives, the drones could also be flying inside your home. Ring, the Amazon-owned smart doorbell and security company, unveiled a flying indoor camera on Thursday morning.
It’s “designed with privacy first,” the company

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First 4D Imaging Radar Sensors for ADAS to Ship in Vehicles in 2021

Continental announced it is using Xilinx FPGAs to deploy the automotive industry’s first production-ready 4D imaging radar, expected to ship in passenger vehicles in 2021. Continental’s new advanced radar sensor (ARS) 540 will use the Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC platform, enabling vehicles equipped with the sensor to realize SAE J3016 Level 2 functionalities, paving the way toward eventual Level 5 autonomous

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Amazon redesigns the Echo with a new spherical design and a custom machine learning processor

Amazon has announced the fourth-generation version of its main Echo smart speaker, bringing a new spherical design and better sound performance. But the biggest change is a new, on-device speech recognition module that will locally process your audio on the Echo itself, making your requests faster than ever before.

One of the biggest additions

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