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NO.1 Google suspends image generation function of Gemini

Google announced on February 22 on social platform X that it is working to address recent issues with the image generation function of its Gemini AI model. In the meantime, Google will pause the generation of human images and will release an improved version soon. The previous day, Google apologized for finding inaccuracies in some historical image generation descriptions of the Gemini. This is because some of the white historical figures generated by the recently released Gemini 1.5 version are people of color.

Commentary: Google's quick response to the Gemini AI model demonstrates its commitment to AI ethics and could strengthen market trust. At the same time, it also highlights the importance of continuously reviewing and improving algorithms in AI development.

NO.2 Apple to release upgraded version of iMessage

Apple is set to release an upgraded version of its iMessage messaging platform to protect against future encryption cracking technologies that may emerge from quantum computers. The new protocol, called PQ3, is another sign that US tech companies are preparing for the potential breakthrough trend in quantum computing, which could make current methods of protecting user communications obsolete.

Commentary: This is an important move by Apple to protect user privacy and security, and it reflects its keen insight and forward-looking layout for future technology trends.

NO.3 US FDA warns: Non-invasive blood glucose smartwatches can be deadly

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned on Wednesday that smartwatches and wristbands that claim to measure blood glucose levels without piercing the skin can be dangerous and should be avoided. The FDA said the warning applies to any watch or wristband that claims to measure blood glucose levels non-invasively. The FDA said it has not approved any such devices.

Commentary: This is a stern warning from the US FDA about non-invasive blood glucose devices, reflecting its high standards and strict regulation of medical devices.

NO.4 Musk: xAI to release Grok V1.5 in two weeks

Elon Musk posted on social media platform X that AI startup xAI will release the Grok V1.5 chatbot in two weeks. Musk said, "It's far from perfect yet, but it will improve rapidly. V1.5 will be released in two weeks. It has never been more important to disregard criticism and rigorously pursue the truth."

Commentary: This is another attempt by Musk in the field of artificial intelligence, expressing his high expectations and confidence in chatbots.

NO.5 Microsoft says OpenAI's Sora will be integrated into Copilot

Microsoft Advertising and Online Services CEO Mikhail Parakhin hinted in a recent tweet that OpenAI's Sora will eventually be integrated with Copilot, but it will take some time. Earlier, a user asked on Twitter if Sora would be joining Copilot, and Parakhin responded, "Eventually, but it will take time."

Commentary: This is a deep collaboration between Microsoft and OpenAI, demonstrating their shared vision and strategy in the field of artificial intelligence.

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Editor: Alexander