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⚡ AI in the Spotlight: Meta Introduces Mandatory Labeling
China Mobile Launches World's First Metaverse 5G Network
This offers access to a variety of metaverse services and applications, including digital football, live broadcasts, social interactions, and official digital personas within the metaverse. The 5G super network is situated in Beijing Workers’ Stadium. Furthermore, the Gongtai Meta Universe GTVerse experience center is set to commence internal testing in October.
Meta's Ambitious Plan: Unique Chatbots on the Horizon
Meta, previously recognized as Facebook, is working on crafting chatbots powered by artificial intelligence, each endowed with a unique personality. These bots will be capable of engaging in human-like conversations on a wide array of subjects or even emulate certain characters. The first iterations of these chatbots are slated for an official roll-out in September. Their primary role will be to assist in information retrieval or offer suggestions. Currently, the company has chosen not to offer any comments regarding this development.
Meta Targets Surpassing OpenAI's Achievements
According to insights from the Wall Street Journal, Meta's ongoing project is a new AI system. They aim to topple established language models, such as GPT-4 and even their own Llama 2. This fresh initiative will center on large-scale text processing and its subsequent scrutiny. The timeline for initiating the model's training is set for 2024.
Horizon Worlds by Meta: User engagement below forecast
In his exploration of the $36 billion Horizon Worlds metaverse, video blogger Jarvis Johnson found player activity to be surprisingly sparse. He counted roughly 900 daily English-speaking users. Many of these were children who managed to circumventing the platform's age restrictions. These findings cast serious doubt on Meta's prior claim of 200,000 engaged users every month, hinting at possible exaggeration.
TikTok Takes Aim at Twitter with Text-Based Feature
In a bid to compete with Twitter (recently rebranded to X) TikTok has launched a new feature enabling users to create and share text-based content. :comet: The move comes just 20 days after Meta’s Threads was introduced as a rival to X. Additional features like stickers, tags, hashtags, background colors, and draft saving are also available to enhance text-based content.