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Here is the top trending news from the world of technology. News that every tech enthusiast should keep a tab on.


NVIDIA’s NeMO AI faces heat over AI copyright infringement

After OpenAI & Microsoft, it is now NVIDIA’s turn to get sued over AI copyright infringement. Three unidentified authors have dragged NVIDIA to court claiming that its language model NeMO AI has been trained on dataset that has been sourced from their book without their consent. Responding to the lawsuit, NVIDIA has said that it completely respects copyright laws. The company has even reportedly removed the copyrighted dataset from its model. This lawsuit adds to the growing legal discussions surrounding copyright and AI training models. Experts claim that most AI and tech companies will have to find a way to train their AI models without resorting copyright infringement.


Discord to launch more games and apps inside its chats

Instant messaging and VoIP social platform Discord is all set to make a game changing move by launching more games and apps inside its chats. It is rolling out a fresh set of tools for developers called the ‘Embedded App SDK.’ These tools will be available to developers from March 18th, 2024. It basically empowers developers to create applications and games that function directly within Discord chats. The platform is hopeful that this move will help in increasing user engagement and also open up. Simultaneously, Discord has relaunched their App Pitches program that encourages developers to create innovative apps and gives them the chance to win up to $30,000 in funding for their app ideas.


Now Bluesky users can become content moderators

Bluesky, a decentralized social media platform that directly competes with Elon Musk’s X, is taking a unique approach to content moderation. The platform now allows users to become content moderators by launching a new tool named Ozone. Bluesky’s Ozone will provide custom tools that will allow users to filter and label content that they inappropriate and fake. Turning users into moderators is unique approach but the efficiency of this novel method is still debatable. Instead of curbing the spread of misinformation and fake news, it can encourage such news. However, this custom moderation feature is still under testing period, which means that it won’t be launched straight away.


Google’s Gemini to avoid any discussion on Indian elections

Gemini, Google’s Ai Chatbot, henceforth won’t give any response about India’s upcoming general elections. Google announced this in its official blog post on Tuesday. Gemini is already following the same approach for the US presidential election. India’s general election is the largest election exercise in the world and Google clearly doesn’t want to take any chance where stakes are so high. Google’s conservative approach is understandable as its AI chatbot Gemini recently stroked a public outcry after it misinterpreted certain historical images. However, Gemini’s direct competitor ChatGPT still continues to answer queries about US general elections. But ChatGPT’s parent company OpenAI has already mentioned that it will make sure that its AI chatbot won’t spread any misinformation during US presidential election.


Microsoft rolls out its Copilot GPT Builder to all Pro subscribers

Microsoft has started rolling out Copilot GPT Builder to all Copilot Pro subscribers. While Microsoft had announced this feature in January 2024 but until now it wasn’t available to all Pro subscribers. Just like OpenAI’s GPT Store, the Copilot GPT Builder allows pro subscribers to build their own custom AI models. However, the rollout process appears will be gradual, which means that not all Pro subscribers might have immediate access.

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