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Access Gemini AI in Ubuntu with this GNOME Extension

If you use Ubuntu 22.04 LTS or later and want to access the Google Gemini AI chatbot straight from your desktop outside of a web browser, you’re in luck! The Gemini AI ChatBot GNOME Shell extension (unaffiliated with Google; it’s not an off…

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Warp, Rust-Based Terminal with AI, is Now Available on Linux

Linux developers have a new toy to play with, Warp. Warp is a (currently) closed-source terminal emulator built using the Rust programming language. It offers hardware acceleration, integrated AI, collaborative capabilities, and uses a “block&#82…

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Mozilla Announces Layoffs, Renews Focus on Firefox

Mozilla, makers of the Firefox web browser, is the latest tech company to announce layoffs. The non-profit says it is scaling back development on a number of projects and, as a result, 60 employees (roughly 5% of its total workforce) will lose their jo…

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AI Audio Effects, Including Voice Transcription, Come to Audacity

Intel has released an array of AI effects for the open-source audio editor Audacity. Intel’s OpenVINO AI plugins for Audacity (to give them their official name) have been designed to work offline and locally, meaning no cloud servers, signups, or…

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PyTorch 2.0: Our next generation release that is faster, more Pythonic and Dynamic as ever

We are excited to announce the release of PyTorch® 2.0 which we highlighted during the PyTorch Conference on 12/2/22! PyTorch 2.0 offers the same eager-mode development and user experience, while fundamentally changing and supercharging how PyTorch operates at compiler level under the hood with faster performance and support for Dynamic Shapes and Distributed. This next-generation release includes a Stable […]

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