Exciting Innovations in Tech: Disney’s VR Treadmill, OpenAI Fixes GPT-4, and More!
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- Disney has developed a VR treadmill composed of mini omnidirectional tiles.
- OpenAI has fixed its “lazy” GPT-4 models and launched new models for specific use cases.
- Apple introduces a stolen device protection feature with biometric authentication.
- AI startup Rabbit is working on potential new technology called r1, a competitor to Apple’s Vision Pro.
Disney unveils its innovative VR treadmill, OpenAI addresses issues with GPT-4, and Apple introduces a new stolen device protection feature. Additionally, Rabbit’s AI startup is developing potential competition for Apple’s Vision Pro. Don’t miss out on these exciting updates!
Disney’s VR Treadmill
Disney has developed a VR treadmill consisting of mini omnidirectional tiles. This innovative system aims to enhance the VR experience.
OpenAI Fixes GPT-4
OpenAI has resolved issues with its “lazy” GPT-4 models and introduced new models tailored for specific use cases. The AI company has also adjusted prices on AI models.
Apple’s New Device Protection
Apple has introduced a stolen device protection feature that requires biometric authentication for certain actions, enhancing security measures for users.
Rabbit, an AI startup, is developing potential competition for Apple’s Vision Pro. The r1 is designed to perform tasks comparable to those of a typical smartphone using generative AI and natural language.
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Lamborghini Licenses MIT Battery Tech
Lamborghini has licensed new battery tech from MIT, which could address current limitations of lithium-ion batteries.
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