Google’s AI In iPhones

PLUS: Grok Open Sourced, A ChatGPT For Music

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  1. Apple might partner with Google to use the "Gemini" AI model in upcoming iPhones. They're aiming to improve AI features but may need external help → More here

  2. xAI open-sourced their "Grok" on GitHub, allowing others to build on this explainable AI technology. Training data and server access are not included → More here

  3. Suno launched their V3 model that generates music based on text prompts. It can create lyrics, melodies, and instrumentals → More here

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🗞️ News

Google’s AI in iPhones

Apple is reportedly exploring a partnership with Google to license Google's AI technology, specifically the Gemini model, to power new features on iPhones.

Apple is under pressure to catch up with competitors in AI and wants to introduce new AI-powered features this year.

xAI open sources Grok

xAI has open-sourced Grok on GitHub. This will allow other researchers and developers to build on the model.

The release includes the base model from last October but does not include the training data or a connection to xAI's servers.

A ChatGPT for Music

Suno is an AI startup that has developed a new model, V3, that can generate realistic-sounding music and songs from simple text prompts, including creating original lyrics, melodies, and instrumentals.

The founders envision Suno becoming a tool for a billion people to engage in music creation for fun, helping democratize the industry.

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