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Emad Mostaque Left Stability AI, AI Learns to Generate Games, a New Competitor for NVIDIA — Top AI News of the Week

Our latest AI Digest covers the biggest breaking AI news of the week. Anywhere Club community leader, Viktar Shalenchanka, comments on key stories.

Viktar Shalenchanka, Anywhere Club community leader

#1 — Emad Mostaque Left Stability AI

— Emad Mostaque, CEO and Board member of Stability AI – the company that releases the Stable Diffusion model – resigned from his post and his position on the board of directors to focus on "decentralized artificial intelligence." It is not clear what prompted such a decision, but there have been reports that the company is in trouble.

In any case, the idea of decentralized AI is very important, and it would be good to see an experienced CEO involved in one of these products.

#2 — Will AI Learn to Generate Games?

— Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, gave a forecast at the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference regarding the emergence of fully AI-generated games. According to Jensen, he expects to see this happen in the next 5-10 years. Of course, AI is used in games now – from texture generation to codebase verification – but we are talking now about minimal human involvement in all aspects of the creation. Soon, we may see a whole game created from a single prompt. Amazing!

#3 — A New Competitor for NVIDIA?

— No CEO announcement for this piece of news, but it is still very important and noteworthy. Ollama, one of the most popular applications for running models on a local computer, now supports all of its functionality on AMD graphics cards.

Finally, NVIDIA is quietly gaining a 'hardware' competitor in the field of AI device creation.

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