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The biggest things that happened in AI in 2023

Superhuman, an AI newsletter with 500,000+ readers, otlined the biggest things that happened 0in AI in 2023.


Microsoft raises eyebrows with a huge $10 Billion investment in OpenAI.


Meta launches Llama 2, their open-source rival to OpenAI’s models.

Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg
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OpenAI announces ChatGPT Plus, a paid version of their chatbot.

Microsoft announces a new AI-powered Bing Search.


OpenAI announces the powerful GPT-4 model.

Midjourney releases V5, which brings AI-powered image generation one step closer to reality.

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Microsoft launches Copilot for Microsoft 365.

Google launches Bard, its rival to ChatGPT.


A petition is signed by Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak, and 1,100+ others, calling for a halt to the training of high-capacity AI models more powerful than GPT-4.


OpenAI releases ChatGPT plugins and web browsing features.

Nvidia Corp CEO Jensen Huang Nvidia Corp CEO Jensen Huang
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Nvidia’s stock price jumps by 27% overnight, taking it close to $1 Trillion in market cap thanks to the booming demand for GPUs needed to train AI models.


Adobe announces Firefly, a highly capable image generation tool.

Accenture announces a jaw-dropping $3 billion investment in AI.


ChatGPT releases code interpreter and data analysis features.

Stack Overflow’s traffic drops by half due to Gen AI coding tools.


Salesforce reportedly leads financing of OpenAI competitor Hugging face at $4 Billion+ valuation.

OpenAI releases ChatGPT Enterprise for businesses.

OpenAI releases Dall-E 3, a powerful new image generation tool.

OpenAI also launches multimodal features for ChatGPT.


Google launches new Pixel phones with Gen AI features.

China's Baidu launches ChatGPT rival.


Elon Musk launches Grok, his ChatGPT rival.

OpenAI announces Custom GPTs and GPT-4 Turbo.

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Nvidia announces H200 chips, which will power the next generation of AI.

OpenAI fires and then rehires Sam Altman.


Pika Labs launches a new era of AI video generation with Pika 1.0.

Google launches Gemini, their AI model which they claim can beat GPT-4.

Midjourney takes AI image generation to the next level with their V6 update.