The surprising comeback of Sam Altman as the CEO of OpenAI marks the conclusion of a tumultuous period that exposed profound tensions within the Artificial Intelligence community. The board, responsible for Altman's initial dismissal from his position as the major proponent of ChatGPT, has undergone substantial changes following a revolt by employees.
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EXA Infrastructure, the largest dedicated digital infrastructure platform connecting Europe and North America, announced that Nick Read, Chair of the EXA Board of Directors, will oversee the business with immediate effect.
The anticipation is building as we prepare to unveil the 17th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders' Summit, a dynamic convergence of visionaries, thought leaders and tech pioneers. This summit looks to set the stage for the next era of telecom, where innovation, leadership and cutting-edge technology assume the leading roles.
The data center interconnect market is estimated to grow from US$8.32 billion in 2022 to US$28.34 billion by 2032.
The buzz around generative AI this past year has made is making the potential of what’s possible with AI understandable to just about anyone, with some reports estimating that generative AI could increase the overall impact of other types of AI technologies by as much as 40%.
Autonomous machinery is poised to accelerate its progress, with a notable surge in demand projected by 2025 across sectors and key applications.
New data and forecasts provided by Synergy Research Group indicate a nearly threefold increase in the average capacity of hyperscale data centers within the next six years.
Vincent English has been appointed to lead PacketFabric as its Chief Executive Officer. English’s global leadership experience enables PacketFabric to innovate its service roadmap and transform its go to market capabilities to accelerate growth globally as a leading Network as a Service provider.
As AI systems take charge of an increasing range of decisions and improve in optimizing objectives, the potential for unintended consequences escalates.
Rural and small-town Americans need modern communication tools for competitiveness in the global economy. Enhanced connectivity, particularly wireless access, would offer rural residents similar broadband benefits as urban areas. Rural communities should experience the same advancements in public safety, social interaction and business technology as cities, contingent on robust mobile broadband infrastructure.