The growing list of companies incorporating AI into their apps and platforms have had to create and continuously tweak their own workarounds for dealing with AI’s propensity to lie, cheat, style, borrow, or barter. Now, Nvidia is looking to give more developers an easier way to tell the AI to shut its trap.
Saying that it has been a busy launch season for AMD is an incredible understatement. Not only did we see the release of the high powered, high performing Ryzen 7000X Series, but we also got a full stack of lower powered, but still respectably performant processors in the Ryzen 7000 Non-X Series. And let’s not…