OpenAI launches an API for ChatGPT, a startup attempts a humanoid robot, and Salesforce turns it around


David Paul Morris

OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research laboratory, has launched a new API for its popular language model ChatGPT, making it easier for developers to access and use the technology in their own applications. The new API will provide access to the latest version of ChatGPT, which has been trained on an even larger dataset than its predecessor and can understand a wider range of natural language input. This could have significant implications for the field of natural language processing and chatbot development, as it could enable developers to create more advanced and human-like conversational interfaces.

In other AI news, a startup called HRP (Humanoid Robot Project) is attempting to build a humanoid robot that can perform a wide range of tasks, from simple household chores to more complex industrial jobs. The company has already developed a prototype of the robot, which it says can perform basic tasks such as picking up objects and moving them to different locations. However, the company admits that there is still a long way to go before the robot is capable of performing more complex tasks, and it is currently seeking investment to help fund its development.

Finally, Salesforce has turned its fortunes around after a difficult year in which it faced multiple challenges, including a major data breach and increased competition from rivals such as Microsoft and Oracle. The company has reported strong financial results for the fourth quarter of 2022, with revenue up 33% year-on-year to $7.2 billion. This was driven by strong growth in the company’s core cloud-based software offerings, as well as increased demand for its AI-powered sales and marketing tools. The company also announced plans to expand its offerings in the healthcare and financial services sectors, which could further boost its growth in the coming years.

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