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OpenAI announced updates to ChatGPT's Data Analysis

PLUS: Sony's salty AI letter


Good morning, human brains, and welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.

Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • New ChatGPT updates 🤖 📈

    It allows you to upload cloud files, create and customize charts, and more.

  • Sony sends 700 letters to opt out of data training 📨 😡

    It gave the companies a deadline to explain how the data was used.

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New ChatGPT Updates 🤖 📈

On Thursday, OpenAI announced upgrades to ChatGPT’s data analysis. It allows you to upload files from Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and more.

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What can I do with it?

You can upload data stored in the cloud for ChatGPT to access and analyze. You can ask it to generate tables, charts, and graphs from the data. You can also adjust the chart’s appearance and make it ready for presentations directly in ChatGPT.

To start, upload one or more data files, and ChatGPT will analyze your data by writing and running Python code on your behalf. It can handle a range of data tasks, like merging and cleaning large datasets, creating charts, and uncovering insights. This makes it easier for beginners to perform in-depth analyses and saves experts time on routine data-cleaning tasks.

— OpenAI

Is it safe to use for private data?

OpenAI claims that data from Team and Enterprise users isn’t used for model training. It is for Plus users, but you can opt out.

When can I use this?

OpenAI says it’s rolling out in the upcoming weeks for Plus subscribers.

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Sony’s salty letters 📨 😡

What happened?

Sony sent over 700 letters to tech companies, AI firms, and more demanding its music, lyrics, data, and more were not used to train AI models without permission.

What does the letter say?

It stated the companies must disclose which songs were used and how, and warned of legal action under EU AI Law if they fail to comply. It asked for details of all content used by next week.

Why now?

Sony didn’t say, but last year, Universal Music filed a lawsuit against Anthropic. The claim was that it used copyrighted lyrics to train Claude. Universal Music is Sony’s largest competitor.

“Evolutions in technology have frequently shifted the course of creative industries. AI will likely continue that long-standing trend. However, that innovation must ensure that songwriters’ and recording artists’ rights, including copyrights, are respected.”

— Sony Music Group


Think Pieces 🧠

The Senate unveiled a $32 billion AI regulation roadmap. It doesn’t propose any specific legislation but calls for at least $32 billion every year.

AI-powered noise-filtering headphones? They allow you to choose what you want to hear.

Startup News 💰

Hugging Face committed $10 million in free shared GPUs. The aim is to help smaller developers, academics, and startups counter AI centralization.

Google DeepMind released more videos of its AI Agent. It showcases its ability to identify faces from drawings, identify famous landmarks, and more.

Research 👨‍🔬

BEHAVIOR Vision Suite — generates customizable synthetic datasets for evaluating and understanding computer vision models under various conditions.

Xmodel-VLM — a compact, efficient multimodal vision language model for consumer GPUs.




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