ChatGPT, GPT-4, and More Generative AI News

A weekly review of the AI world

Alberto Romero

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Robolawyer. Credit: Midjourney

If you read my work you probably know that I publish my articles first and foremost in my AI newsletter, The Algorithmic Bridge. What you may not know is that every Sunday I publish a special column I call “what you may have missed,” where I review everything that has happened during the week with analyses that help you make sense of the news.

I’ve never published the Sunday column on Medium because it’s paid, but last weekend I made it free for everyone to access it. Now, I’m republishing it here for you. Enjoy!

This article is a selection from The Algorithmic Bridge, an educational newsletter whose purpose is to bridge the gap between AI, algorithms, and people. It will help you understand the impact AI has in your life and develop the tools to better navigate the future.

ChatGPT, ChatGPT, and more ChatGPT

Microsoft-OpenAI $10-billion deal

Semafor reported two weeks ago that, if everything goes according to the plan, Microsoft will close a $10B investment deal with OpenAI before the end of January (Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s CEO, announced the extended partnership officially on Monday).

There’s been some misinformation about the deal which implied that OpenAI execs weren’t sure about the company’s long-term viability. However, it was later clarified that the deal looks like this:

Credit: Fortune

Leo L’Orange, who writes The Neuron, explains that “once $92 billion in profit plus $13 billion in initial investment are repaid to Microsoft and once the other venture investors earn $150 billion, all of the equity reverts back to OpenAI.”

People are divided. Some say the deal is “cool” or “interesting”, whereas others say it’s “odd” and “crazy”…

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