D&T Issue 175

OpenAI, Nvidia and How To Write in Water

Hi there!

It’s issue #175 of DNT Weekly and as per usual the week has been eventful. Here’s what we’ve been reading of late.

At its fall annual iPhone event, Apple debuted the new iPhone 15 series, new Apple Watches, and updated AirPods with USB-C with a focus on Carbon Neutrality in their new line of products. In case you missed catching the event live, you can check all the updates here.

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The young company sent shock waves around the world when it released ChatGPT. But that was just the start. The ultimate goal: Change everything. Yes. Everything.

The article by Walter Isaacson covers Elon Musk’s history with AI and his role in co-founding OpenAI, why he split with OpenAI, and many other stories.

The companies will also work together to build an AI infrastructure that is “over an order of magnitude more powerful than the fastest supercomputer in India today.”

An explainer on the Group of Twenty and its relevance in today’s world.

Recykal co-founder Anirudha Jalan on how digital solutions can help recycle waste.

CRISPR, stem cells, and even cancer drugs are helping shape an AIDS-free future.

German physicists used an ion-exchange microbead as a very tiny “pen.”

Exceptional startups have an exceptional CEO, executive team, investors, talent, and product.

Industrial heat is a major source of emissions. In a new pilot, the startup, Antora Energy, is demonstrating an affordable way to change that.

It has pastel colors, a longer menu, and not a single sharp corner.

And that’s the lot! Thanks for checking out what we had to share with you this week, we shall catch up with you next Wednesday. Incase you aren’t subscribed to the newsletter, you could subscribe here.

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