In this edition, the top news starts with; In a moment of triumph, the AGI Laboratories AI engineering team was glad to see elements of machine learning tools, that certain un-named team members worked on previously, go live in Microsoft’s Windows AI Platform. Admittedly doing better in terms of usefulness, Microsoft’s machine learning platform in Azure is currently the best in market where differentiating features are minor overall.   (more…)

Google is now working with a 72-qubit processor in its new Bristlecone system.  Qubit based computers have the potential to support AGI development and otherwise improve cryptographic operations to levels barely even understood by modern humans; never mind the potential improvement in computing power which is just not possible to really articulate to lowly humans. (more…)