Top Tech Gadgets News Today May 20 Apple Restricting ChatGPT For Employees Twitter Blue Two Hour Long Videos Meta Details AI Chips

Apple And Samsung Looking To Increase Manufacturing In India

Tech giants Apple and Samsung are interested in increasing electronics production in India, Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar has said, according to a report by Bloomberg. This comes amid Apple’s recent big retail push in India, as it aims to shift from its production dependency on China.

The South Asian nation is seeking to expand its early success in smartphones to other product categories, Chandrasekhar was quoted as saying by Bloomberg TV. India is launching a $2 billion plan to give a push to the local output of laptops, servers, tablets and other electronics. Earlier his week, the Union Cabinet approved Production Linked Incentive Scheme (PLI), PLI Scheme 2.0 for IT hardware that is likely to give a push to domestic manufacturing of laptops, PCs and ultra-small devices.

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Apple Restricts Use Of ChatGPT For Employees

Amid reports of Apple developing its own artificial technology (AI) tool, the iPhone maker has restricted the use of OpenAI-owned ChatGPT for several of its employees, the Wall Street Journal has reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The company’s decision comes amid concerns about employees leaking confidential data and AI platforms collecting sensitive information.

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Twitter Blue Gets Two-Hour-Long Video Uploads

Twitter has introduced updates to its paid Twitter Blue plan, enabling subscribers to upload videos up to two hours in length, a significant increase from the previous 60-minute limit. Furthermore, the company has made changes to its Twitter Blue page, announcing that the video file size limit for paid users has been expanded from 2GB to 8GB. Previously, longer video uploads were only possible through the web interface, but now users can also upload longer videos through the iOS app. However, the maximum quality for uploads remains at 1080p.

Under the leadership of Elon Musk, Twitter has made efforts to support longer video uploads and enhance the video viewing experience.

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Meta Shares Details On Its AI Chips For The First Time, Plans To Make Its Tools Open For All

Meta, the social networking giant formerly known as Facebook, has shared details on its internal silicon chip projects for the first time. The company showcased its custom computer chips designed to enhance artificial intelligence (AI) and video-processing capabilities during a recent virtual event discussing its AI technical infrastructure investments. The disclosure comes as Meta aims to improve efficiency through cost-cutting measures and layoffs.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday shared details of Meta’s AI research labs, data centers, and training accelerators. Here’s what he posted on his Facebook feed:

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