OpenAI releases GPT-4 Turbo, Meta restricts AI in political ads
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[7.2] OpenAI announces GPT-4 Turbo, its most powerful AI yet — CNBC
OpenAI introduced GPT-4 Turbo, an advanced AI model with updated knowledge to April 2023, higher input capacity, and features like DALL-E 3 image generation and text-to-speech, alongside price cuts for developers. The company also launched a platform for users to create and monetize custom ChatGPT chatbots, akin to an app store, broadening access to AI technology. To address the growing concerns around generative AI and copyright infringement, OpenAI has committed to legally support its customers, sharing the financial burden of potential copyright claims.
[7.1] Meta bans political campaigns from using AI ad tools — ABC News
Meta has implemented a policy barring the use of its AI ad-creation tools by political campaigns and advertisers in regulated industries such as housing, employment, credit, social issues, health, pharmaceuticals, and financial services. This decision, aimed at curbing the spread of misinformation, affects the company's generative AI tools, which can produce and modify ad content from simple prompts.
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