Weekly Roundup AI - June 25

📢 OpenAI Releases ChatGPT App for Mac

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OpenAI Releases ChatGPT Desktop App for Mac

OpenAI has launched the ChatGPT desktop app for macOS, now accessible to all users. This new feature offers a seamless and faster way to interact with ChatGPT. With the convenient Option + Space shortcut, you can effortlessly chat about emails, screenshots, and anything on your screen. This app stands out with these features: take screenshots, upload files, ask anything, share images, and search conversations. With this feature, ChatGPT is now more accessible than ever for Mac users.

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OpenAI has announced a delay in the release of ChatGPT's much-anticipated Voice Mode feature, which was demonstrated in Spring. The company explained that the postponement was due to the need for additional safety tests and refinements.

Meta and Apple in AI Partnership Talks were Shelved!

Meta and Apple were reportedly in discussions about a significant AI partnership. The potential deal would integrate Meta's AI models into Apple's intelligence platform. This collaboration aims to enhance the user experience with diverse AI models from Meta while giving Meta a vast new distribution channel. However, according to TechCrunch, which sourced the information from Bloomberg, Apple briefly held talks with Meta about the possibility of a partnership way back in March. At that time, Apple was talking to multiple companies to explore the integration of their models with its devices. However, the company shelved the idea of putting Meta’s AI models on iPhones over privacy concerns.

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Gmail Introduces an AI-Powered "Summarize" Feature for iOS and Android.

According to Google Workspace Updates, Google is adding Gemini AI features for paying customers to Gmail. On the web, Google is beginning to roll out a new Gemini side panel that can do things like summarize email threads and draft new emails. The tool will offer “proactive prompts,” but you can also ask “freeform questions.” These improvements could be useful, but they’ll only be available to paid Gemini users. You’ll need to be a Google Workspace customer with a Gemini Business or Enterprise add-on, a Gemini Education or Education Premium add-on, or a Google One AI Premium subscriber. Additionally, Google is adding Gemini AI for paying customers to not only Gmail but also Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive.

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