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Musk's bold move promises healthcare revolution
Microsoft boosts startups with free AI chip access
Global Impact: The U.S.- China joint venture shifts
New tools, Funding updates & Job postings
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Neuralink Gains FDA Approval for Human Trials
Thousands express interest in Neuralink's brain implants, following FDA approval for human trials. Elon Musk's biographer reports the company aims to operate on 11 people in 2024 and over 22,000 by 2030. The chip, described as a "Fitbit in your skull," targets paralysis due to spinal cord injuries or ALS. Musk urges urgency against competitors in brain-computer tech, emphasizing the need to keep up with AI advancements.
Microsoft Partners with VCs to Offer Startups Free AI Chip Access
Microsoft, in collaboration with venture capitalists, is providing select startups with complimentary access to its Azure cloud's powerful "supercomputing" capabilities. This initiative aims to accelerate AI development, offering startups a competitive edge in the evolving tech landscape by granting free access to advanced AI infrastructure, including GPU clusters for training and deploying sophisticated generative models.
The Rise and Fall of the World’s Most Successful Joint Venture
The long-standing partnership between the U.S. and China is ending. This split is affecting businesses globally as they rethink how they get their products. Leaders need to figure out new ways to make sure their companies stay strong in this changing situation.
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