The latest cumulative update to the Windows 11 operating system has caused a number of problems that users are massively complaining about online. Among other things, fans of computer games suffered.
Problems appear after installing the mandatory September 2023 update number KB5030219 for Windows 11 version 22H2.
In some cases, the update leads to the appearance of a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD). There have also been cases of general system slowdown, sound glitches, problems with the Start menu, disappearance of tabs in Explorer and network connections, while access to the Internet disappeared some time after installation. There are also complaints about computers not starting after the update.
Gamers complain about performance in games, especially Starfield. One of the victims notes:
After uninstalling the update, Starfield worked fine.
Judging by the reviews, the problem is not related to Nvidia’s GeForce drivers, as initially believed. Users note that problems exist even if the driver has not been updated.
Game of Thrones sequel created on ChatGPT: George R.R. Martin and other authors are suing OpenAI
Various authors have sued OpenAI for copyright infringement. They accuse the company of using books to train AI models.
The Authors Guild and 17 famous authors such as Jonathan Franzen, John Grisham, George R.R. Martin and Jodi Picoult filed the lawsuit in the Southern District of New York. The plaintiffs hope the lawsuit will be classified as a class action.
According to the complaint, OpenAI “copied plaintiffs’ work wholesale, without permission or review” and fed copyrighted material into large language models.
“The earnings of these authors depend on the works they create. But defendant’s programs jeopardize the ability of science fiction writers to make a living because they allow anyone to create—automatically and freely (or very cheaply)—text that they would otherwise pay writers to create,” the lawsuit states.
The authors added that OpenAI’s programs could result in the creation of derivative works “that are based on, imitate, generalize, or paraphrase their books,” which could harm their market.
The lawsuit also alleges that ChatGPT was used by programmer Liam Swain to “write” sequels to George R.R. Martin’s bestselling novel A Song of Ice and Fire, which was adapted into the popular TV series Game of Thrones. Swain used a neural network to create his own versions of these books, which he posted online.
“Armed, but not dangerous” – Elon Musk, with a pistol in his hands, demanded to be included in Cyberpunk 2077
Billionaire Elon Musk interrupted a recording session for Cyberpunk 2077 to demand his inclusion in the game. This is described in the biography of the billionaire written by journalist Walter Isaacson.
One of the chapters told how he came into the studio with a gun. At this point, the mother of his children, Grimes, was recording her own lines for Cyberpunk 2077. At some point, Musk appeared in the studio and insisted that he get a cameo role. The developers relented and added an NPC similar to him to the game.
“When Grimes was recording the voice of the cyborg pop star she played in the video game Cyberpunk 2077, he showed up at the studio with a two-hundred-year-old pistol and insisted on being given a cameo,” writes Walter Isaacson. “The guys in the studio got nervous.”
Isaacson noted that Musk was passionate about the game Cyberpunk 2077 because he was close to the topic of augmentations for the human body due to his work at the company Neuralink, which works on brain implants.
Previously, Neuralink, a brain chip startup owned by Elon Musk, began accepting applications for volunteers to test a brain implant on patients with paralysis.
Nvidia shipped 900 tons of H100 accelerators last quarter: how much is that in consoles, comic ships and golden retrievers?
When Nvidia said it sold $10.3 billion of data center equipment in the second quarter of fiscal 2024. Research firm Omdia claims the company has sold 900 tons of H100 high-performance computing GPUs.
Omdia estimates that the average weight of a single Nvidia H100 compute GPU with heatsink is more than 3 kg, so Nvidia shipped more than 300,000 H100 accelerators in the second quarter.
Omdia expects Nvidia to sell about the same number of GPUs in the coming quarters, so the company plans to sell about 3,600 tons, or 7.2 million pounds, of H100 GPUs this year. This would amount to approximately 1.2 million H100 GPUs per year if the pace remains the same.
However, this is clearly not enough to satisfy the insatiable global demand for Nvidia GPUs based on artificial intelligence technologies. Deliveries are expected to continue to grow.
Tom’s Hardware lists what else weighs 900 tons:
- 4.5 Boeing 747 aircraft;
- 11 Space Shuttles;
- 299 Ford F150 Lightning;
- 181,818 PlayStation 5;
- 32,727 golden retrievers.
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