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Startup uses AI to help with fertility

Humane Pin pricing, Amazon AI (again), ChatGPT outage, and more

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  • 🍼 Startup uses AI to help with fertility

  • ⌚️ Humane AI Pin pricing

  • ⛰️ Amazon’s Olympus AI model

  • ☠️ DDoS attack blamed for ChatGPT outage

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Startup uses AI to help with fertility

Cercle, a new health tech startup focusing on women's health and fertility care, has launched with backing from notable global partners and investors, including Sheryl Sandberg, Meta's former COO. The company leverages artificial intelligence to structure unstructured medical data, like medical records and test results, for fertility specialists and researchers. Cercle's platform allows doctors to review and learn from the anonymized data of patients with similar health profiles, like those who have undergone egg freezing, to optimize patient care.

Cercle has established partnerships with Eurofins Genoma in genetics and US Fertility, which is the largest fertility network in the nation, supporting over 100 clinics. While Cercle is starting with fertility services, they intend to broaden their focus to encompass a wider range of women's health issues.

Humane AI Pin pricing

One of its unique features is the Laser Ink Display, which projects information like incoming calls onto the user's palm. The device functions independently, without needing a smartphone, through a Humane-branded wireless network over T-Mobile. It comes with battery boosters for power swapping and a "Trust Light" to indicate when recording is active, highlighting its focus on user privacy. The Ai Pin runs on Cosmos, a proprietary OS integrated with AI, eliminating the need for traditional apps. Demo video here.

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Amazon’s Olympus AI model

Amazon is developing a new model named Olympus after its initial batch named Titan did not meet expectations. Amazon is ambitiously aiming for Olympus to rival the likes of OpenAI and Microsoft in the AI space, signaling its desire to be self-reliant rather than dependent on AI models from other providers, like Anthropic.

However, the challenge for Amazon lies in overcoming the tepid reception of its previous model, Titan. Titan's launch was delayed due to its underperformance compared to OpenAI's ChatGPT, and even after release, the feedback from AWS customers has been lukewarm.

DDoS attack blamed for ChatGPT outage

OpenAI has attributed the recent intermittent outages of ChatGPT and its developer tools to a DDoS attack. Over the past day, users attempting to access ChatGPT encountered messages indicating the service was at capacity. Initially, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman suggested the disruptions were due to overwhelming interest in new features from a recent developer conference, but the problem was believed to be resolved around 1 p.m. PST on November 8.

However, the issue persisted, and OpenAI later acknowledged the outages were caused by an abnormal traffic pattern consistent with a DDoS attack, which floods a service with excessive requests. While OpenAI has not provided detailed information about the attack, the hacktivist group Anonymous Sudan, believed to be linked to Russia, has claimed responsibility.

Protip: If you're ever having trouble accessing ChatGPT, make sure to visit the status page to see if there's a widespread problem: https://status.openai.com/

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