OpenAI's weekend coup, plus our thoughts on Microsoft's gambit and their looming risk.
Yet another thing Microsoft was early to, and still somehow missed the boat.
We're about to see a wave of big tech AI features "inspired" by third-party developers at a scale that makes the Sherlocking on Apple's platform seem like chump change. Plus, how Dropbox turned around their dev retention rates, and more.
We daily drive Asahi Linux on a MacBook, chat about how the team beat Apple to a major GPU milestone, and an easy way to self-host open-source ChatGPT alternatives.
Elon Musk trying to build the "everything app" is ridiculous, and the quiet little promise openAI just made with the White House.
openAI's window to build their moat is closing, but they have a powerful friend stepping up to help seal the deal. Plus, our reaction to Oracle's very spicy response to Red Hat.
OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman has gone straight for the open-source kill move.
We laugh at Google's scramble, check in on the Twitter collapse, and how one developer's little mistake screwed millions.
Why open source might be the real AI winner long-term, and Mike gets the ultimate "I told you so."
It's been one week, and Microsoft's new bot's already gone full Tay.
We throw Office Hours into the middle of our biggest beta test yet!
Microsoft gives Google an OpenAI gut punch, why Apple's new hardware fails to impress, and our reaction to the undignified death of Twitter's third-party client API.
We assemble to predict what will happen in 2023 and score how our 2022 predictions turned out.
Why LBRY was never going to win, and how they have just screwed all crypto. And a new feature in the works for our listeners by our listeners.
It's final push time on a big project for Mike, but Chris is the one who is exhausted. But we've got some new insights into testing and thoughts on an emerging category of developer.