Stack Overflow, OpenAI and Other Tech News

Stack Overflow and OpenAI Reach Collaboration

On May 6, Stack Overflow, a leading developer community, published an article announcing that it has partnered with OpenAI to leverage 15 years of accumulated knowledge on the platform to empower artificial intelligence.OpenAI and Stack Overflow will use OverflowAPI to provide OpenAI users with fast, trustworthy, and accurate solutions to their technical problems. OpenAI will use this content to improve its AI models, and Stack Overflow will use OpenAI’s models as part of its OverflowAI development.

NVIDIA Updates ChatRTX Chatbot, Adds Photo Search Feature

NVIDIA recently updated its chatbot app, ChatRTX, with a new version that adds support for models such as Gemma and ChatGLM3-6B, as well as new features such as photo search and voice recognition. Users can now use ChatRTX to query notes and documents, and ChatRTX can quickly generate relevant responses while running locally on the user’s device.

Sony No Longer Forces PC Version of Helldivers 2 to Bind to PSN Accounts

On May 6, PlayStation’s official X account tweeted that it was withdrawing its decision to force players of the PC version of Helldivers 2 to bind to a PlayStation Network account with immediate effect. After publisher Sony Entertainment announced the decision on May 3, the game, which had received mostly positive reviews, received more than 200,000 bad reviews in three days, and some users found that Steam had eased the time limit for refunds for the game. The CEO of the game’s developer, Arrowhead, was quick to apologize.

Other News

Jeff Pu, an analyst at Haitong International Securities, said in a report that Apple will begin mass production of the 20.3-inch foldable device by the end of 2025 and launch a foldable iPhone by the end of 2026, in addition to the iPhone 17 Slim, which will have a 6.6-inch screen to replace the existing Plus series.

Mark Gurman says the Apple Special Event starting at 22:00 this evening will be a 35-minute video launch event, similar to last year’s Halloween-themed special event. The event could feature the launch of the new iPad Pro and iPad Air, as well as new accessories. Some users have deciphered the words Apple Pencil Pro in the source code on Apple’s official website in Japan. The event now has an interactive preview icon on the front page of Apple’s official website.

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