In this podcast episode the hosts Elias & Newton delve into the latest developments in the AI landscape. They kick off the discussion by highlighting the Provisional Agreement reached recently by Europe on the EU AI Act, a set of rules aimed at governing and shaping the trajectory of AI development in the region. 

The hosts then turn their attention to Google's latest AI model, Gemini, which garnered mixed reviews due to a disappointing debut. The revelation that a significant portion of the demo video showcasing Gemini's capabilities was fabricated left the public somewhat disillusioned. 

The duo also discussed Amazon's foray into the AI chatbot race with the release of Q, a chatbot designed for businesses. A move which underlines Amazon's commitment to staying competitive in the evolving AI landscape. 

META's introduction of 20 new AI features, including “Images with Meta AI” and “SeamlessExpressive,” also takes center stage in the discussion. The hosts explore the implications of these advancements on the broader AI landscape. 

A significant portion of the episode is dedicated to the energy consumption of AI, particularly in the generation of images. The hosts shed light on the alarming fact that producing just one AI image consumes an amount of energy equivalent to charging a smartphone. 

Elon Musk's AI chatbot, Grok, was another topic of discussion, with the hosts highlighting its wit and rebellious nature. 

The episode concludes with a promise from the hosts to delve deeper into the realm of Quantum computers in a future episode. This commitment aims to provide listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the potential implications of this powerful technology as it prepares to make its debut in the IT and AI space.


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