AI News Today – June 11th, 2024

TDR Top AI News:

Nvidia’s Stock Split Spurs Dow Inclusion Speculation 

Nvidia’s (NASDAQ: NVDA) recent 10-for-1 stock split has fueled rumors of its potential inclusion in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The split, which reduces the stock price and makes it more accessible to retail investors, comes after a significant surge in Nvidia’s stock due to its strong performance in the AI sector. Analysts believe this move makes Nvidia a prime candidate to replace Intel in the index, as reported by Reuters. Read the full story on The Dales Report website and other AI news.

Musk Threatens to Ban Apple Devices Over OpenAI Integration

Billionaire Elon Musk has stated he would prohibit the use of Apple Inc. devices within his companies if OpenAI’s artificial intelligence software becomes part of Apple’s operating system. Musk expressed concerns that such a partnership would pose a security risk.

Meta’s Ambitious AI Training Plans in Europe 

Meta (NASDAQ: META), the parent company of Facebook, is seeking to train its AI models using data from European users. This initiative aims to enhance Meta’s AI capabilities while navigating the stringent data privacy regulations in the region. The company’s approach underscores its commitment to leveraging diverse datasets to improve artificial intelligence performance and innovation, reported on ABC news.

Ukraine’s Call for Binding AI Regulations 

Ukraine has highlighted the need for binding international regulations on AI, particularly concerning the use of autonomous weapons. The call comes as the nation envisions the potential dangers of robot assassins and other AI-driven warfare technologies. This push for regulation aims to ensure ethical standards and prevent misuse of artificial intelligence in conflict situations, reported on Bloomberg

Scarlett Johansson Joins AI Deep fake Lobbying Efforts 

Actress Scarlett Johansson has teamed up with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and OpenAI to lobby for stricter regulations against artificial intelligence generated deep fakes. The coalition aims to address the growing threat of deepfake technologies, which can create highly realistic but fake videos, posing risks to personal privacy and public trust. Johansson’s involvement brings significant attention to the cause, advocating for policies to protect individuals from the malicious use of AI, reported on Variety.

Apple Unveils New AI Features at WWDC 

At the recent Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) announced a slew of new AI-driven features for its upcoming iOS 18 and macOS 15. These updates include advanced personalization options, enhanced security measures, and improved integration of artificial intelligence in daily tasks. Apple’s continuous investment in artificial intelligence highlights its commitment to staying at the forefront of technology innovation, reported on The Verge.

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