Nvidia's new industrial revolution

PLUS: Swiss startup trains ‘living’ computers

Welcome, AI enthusiasts.

The next industrial revolution is upon us, according to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang — and the chip leader isn’t taking its foot off the accelerator.

The company just unveiled more next-gen chips and a slew of new tools, continuing to prove that it’s currently Nvidia’s AI world, and we’re just living in it. Let’s dig deeper…

In today’s AI rundown:

  • Nvidia unveils next-gen AI chips

  • Perplexity Pages power AI content creation

  • How to create AI videos with Krea AI

  • Swiss startup trains ‘living’ computers

  • 6 new AI tools & 4 new AI jobs

  • More AI & tech news

Read time: 4 minutes



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The Rundown: Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang just announced a series of new AI announcements during a keynote at the Computex conference, including next-gen ‘Rubin’ chips, a new AI gaming assistant, and AI tools for creating lifelike avatars.

The details:

  • Nvidia’s ‘Rubin’ platform is slated for 2026, with the ‘Rubin Ultra’ coming a year later as part of what Huang called a “new industrial revolution”.

  • Nvidia also showed off Project G-Assist, an AI gaming assistant that provides context-aware help and personalized responses for PC games.

  • The company also introduced ACE, a suite of AI services that simplify the creation of digital avatars for applications like customer service and healthcare.

Why it matters: It’s Nvidia’s AI world — we’re all just living in it. Jensen Huang and Co. continue to stay at the forefront of the AI revolution, both in the company’s dominance in pushing the acceleration of AI chips and new tools that can shape the future of AI-powered experiences beyond the data center.


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With HubSpot’s comprehensive guide, you’ll discover:

  • Actionable insights on integrating ChatGPT into your workflows

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  • Practical insights and guidelines for effective ChatGPT use at work

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Image source: Perplexity

The Rundown: AI startup Perplexity just launched a new feature called Pages, which allows users to easily create customizable, visually appealing AI-generated articles, guides, and reports.

The details:

  • Pages tap into Perplexity's AI search models to find information and generate a structured report on the requested topic with citations.

  • Users can tailor the writing style to beginners, experts, or a general audience and can modify the structure by adding, rearranging, or removing sections.

  • The tool also automatically incorporates visuals into the generated pages, which the user can further customize.

  • Perplexity Pages are publishable, shareable, and are already being picked up by search engines like Google, potentially changing the SEO landscape.

Why it matters: While LLMs have already upended content creation, Perplexity just took things a step further. The question is whether Pages is actually adding reliable, quality content, or just adding to the surplus of SEO-optimized AI-generated junk already plaguing the web.


The Rundown: Krea AI recently released a powerful AI video generator that allows users to generate videos for free using a combination of images and text prompts.

Step by step:

  1. Visit Krea AI and click on “AI video generation.”

  2. Set up keyframes by importing images or using Krea AI's image generator.

  3. Add text prompts to set the mood, modify scenes, and separate different parts of a video.

  4. Explore additional options, such as duration, music, filters, and style.

  5. Click “Generate Video” and let Krea AI work its magic!


The Rundown: TubeBuddy's AI tools are designed to help you navigate the YouTube landscape with ease — enabling users to create engaging content, optimize videos, and grow a channel like never before.

With TubeBuddy, you can:

  • Instantly create multiple titles optimized for your audience

  • See your best performing thumbnail before you even upload

  • Comb through content in seconds to make viral Shorts

  • Get a whole content team of AI Agents, now free for a limited time

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Image source: FinalSpark

The Rundown: Swiss biocomputing startup FinalSpark launched Neuroplatform, the world’s first online system that allows scientists to use living brain cells for computing.

The details:

  • The Neuroplatform uses 16 tiny clumps of human brain cells, called organoids, as mini "bioprocessors."

  • Neuroplatform combines traditional computer parts with living brain cells, rewarding the organoids with dopamine to train the biocomputer.

  • FinalSpark claims bioprocessors like Neuroplatform consume a million times less power than digital processors.

Why it matters: While biocomputing is a bit of a sci-fi realm of exploration, the claim of using one million times less power than silicon chips is particularly interesting given current energy-related concerns with AI data centers. That said, these living biocomputers likely aren’t scaling to train massive AI models any time soon.


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  • ✍️ Perplexity Pages - Turn your research into shareable articles with AI

  • 🎥 PixVerse Magic Brush - Brush areas, mark directions, and watch images come to life

  • 🔰 Glaze - Protect artists from generative AI

  • 🎨 Fontjoy - Helps designers find perfect font pairings in one click

  • 🤗 Eva Coach - An AI assistant to help manage work-related stress

  • 🔧 Figure AI - Solutions Lead

  • 💻 Kumo - Software Engineer Internship

  • 🛠️ Palantir Technologies - Backend Software Engineer, Application Development

  • 📖 Meta - Technical Program Manager, AI Research


ElevenLabs launched Text to Sound Effects, a new tool enabling users to generate sound effects, short instrumental tracks, and soundscapes from text prompts.

Sam Altman participated in an interview at the AI for Good Global Summit, hitting on topics including GPT-5, the Scarlett Johannson voice controversy, and Helen Toner’s recent commentary.

Anthropic Chief of Staff Avital Balwit wrote an article titled ‘My Last Five Years of Work’, detailing the belief that AI advancements over the next several years will ‘end employment’ as we know it.

Top AI leaders are heading to the Bilderberg Meeting this week, with CEOs from Google DeepMind, Microsoft AI, Anthropic, and Mistral all reportedly attending to discuss AI, geopolitics, and global economic challenges.

Google DeepMind released new demos of its Veo AI video generation model, showcasing the ability to turn single reference images into new videos with simple text instructions.

Grok is rumored to be receiving two new modes, Socrates and D.E.I., adding to the current selections of Normal and Fun to augment the AI chatbot’s responses.



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