Scrrum weekly digest 2nd week of december

Scrrum weekly digest 2nd week of december

Latest trending news about Intel, ChatGPT, RBI, Telegram, Gold ATM news

According to Intel, it is on track to retake the lead in chip output

The executive in charge of the initiative claims that Intel Corp. is succeeding in achieving every goal it has set for itself in order to reclaim the top spot in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.

At a press conference on Monday in San Francisco, Intel Vice President Ann Kelleher, who oversees technological development, declared, "We're absolutely on schedule." "We set quarterly milestones, and based on those, we're either ahead of schedule or on pace." 7-nanometer processors are now being mass-produced by Intel. According to Kelleher, the company is prepared to begin producing semiconductors in the fourth nanometer and will be prepared to switch to the third nanometer in the second half of 2023.

ChatGPT was momentarily banned from Stack Overflow, due to its chatbot providing inaccurate answers

The AI-powered ChatGPT chatbot has been temporarily banned from Stack Overflow, a question-and-answer platform for computing and programming. According to the website, the AI has allegedly been submitting incorrect responses, which might be "significantly detrimental" to both the website and its users. The amount of accurate responses generated by ChatGPT is relatively little. As a result, it has been temporarily prohibited. 

The prohibition is temporary, and a final decision will be taken in the future after consultation with the community, according to a post by Stack overflow. It claims that a substantial percentage of inaccurate answers are produced by the ChatGPT. The responses, nevertheless, appear to be good and accurate upon closer inspection, which presents a difficulty.

RBI increases trading hours; the money market will close at 5:00 p.m

The trading hours for several markets it regulates were extended on Wednesday by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

The decision has been made to reinstate market hours for call/notice/term money, commercial paper, certificates of deposit, and repo in the corporate bond divisions of the money market, as well as for derivatives involving the exchange rate of the rupee, according to a statement from the RBI.

The new market trading hours are as follows:

Current Market Timings Timings as of December 12, 2022

9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call/notice/term money 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

In India, Telegram launches a "No-SIM Sign Up" feature

On Thursday, Telegram Messenger revealed new capabilities in its most recent upgrade, including "No-SIM Sign Up" in the nation. According to a statement from the company, the "No-SIM Signup" function enables users to contact others without giving them their phone numbers directly or in public forums.

In order to further increase user safety on the platform and provide the maximum level of privacy, it is now possible to sign up for a Telegram account without using a SIM card. On the Fragment platform, users can log in using anonymous numbers backed by blockchain. The messaging platform also added features like "Auto-Delete All Chats," "Topics 2.0," "Temporary QR codes," and more in addition to "No-SIM Sign Up."

Indian startup in Hyderabad launches the country's first real-time gold ATM

The first gold ATM in India and the first real-time gold ATM in the world, established by Hyderabad-based firm Goldsikka with technology support from Opencube Technologies, can issue gold coins in various denominations ranging from 0.5 gm to 100 gm. The company proposes to introduce three machines in Hyderabad's old city and airport, as well as in Karimnagar and Warangal.

On the safety features of the ATM, he said that the ATM has a built-in camera and sound alarm system 

According to Taruj, preparations are being made to introduce 3,000 devices across India in the ensuing two years.


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