Glyph Tech Shots: From ChatGPT’s short lived efficiency to Meta’s Fate in Canada

Dipti Sood
August 4, 2023

ChatGPT's Evergreen Era Cut Too Short.

Recent reports suggest that OpenAI's ChatGPT might be getting worse over time. Researchers from Stanford University and UC Berkeley found that both versions, GPT-3.5 and GPT-4, have shown a decline in performance between March and June 2023. The accuracy of ChatGPT4 dropped significantly in tasks like solving math problems, while GPT-3.5 performed better overall but still exhibited a decrease in accuracy.

RIP to Mac Book's Indian Market (Maybe?)

India has imposed an immediate import ban on laptops and personal computers, requiring companies like Apple to obtain a special licence to import these gadgets. This move is expected to result in increased prices for laptops in India, including Apple MacBook. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade issued the notice, signalling a potential price hike in the country.

It's Meta and Google Against a Common Enemy

Meta has started blocking Canadians' access to news on Facebook and Instagram as a response to a new law requiring digital giants to pay publishers for news content. The Online News Act aims to support the struggling Canadian news sector and requires digital giants to make fair commercial deals with Canadian outlets or face binding arbitration. Google is also considering a similar move in response to the ongoing global debate around tech firms paying for news content.

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