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Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro review



Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro
Xiaomi is not yet a big name in the world of tablets, But the wave of new tablets from the Chinese company in recent years shows that they have big goals in mind. So in this article, we will review the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro.

Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro review, economical iPad Pro

Tablets are the strangest gadgets in the world. At first glance, every user, seeing a well-made tablet, imagines that he must have one of them. A set of high-quality hardware in addition to an attractive form that is not as small as a mobile phone, which cannot be used for serious work, and does not restrict movement as much as laptops. It seems that such a device if it has a modern and appropriate design, can become an extremely useful tool that will significantly increase the level of your ability to produce content.

But the biggest challenge of tablets starts exactly from this point. Mobile phones have compact dimensions and are equipped with hardware that, compared to their size, turns them from the level of a normal gadget into an extremely useful “hypermarket”. There is almost nothing in the digital world that you cannot do with the help of a mobile phone. From filming and photography to editing images and videos, and from watching movies to playing games and even coding. But the more we move towards a more professional range of digital activities, the convenience of using a mobile phone gradually becomes less and less. Fortunately, the solution to this problem has been invented: a laptop!

Laptops can have the same hardware as a powerful home computer. But they offer this power in a portable form, and for that reason, they are gadgets that are hard to replace. To solve the challenges of working with mobile phones, laptops provide the user with a much larger screen, physical keyboard, multiple ports, and extensive communication capabilities, and they handle complex and heavy tasks well; Whether you are a professional programmer, a video editor or a gamer.

Finding a place between smartphones and laptops is the most difficult task for a tablet

As a result, tablets have to prove themselves in a space that is well covered by mobile phones on the one hand and laptops on the other hand. For this reason, many users do not consider buying a tablet a good choice. But definitely, for every user, there has been a time when he feels that neither a mobile phone nor a laptop can do a certain task in the best way, and a tablet is the best option to do that task.

Of course, the “special work” of each user can be different depending on the job or hobby of each person. You may be a professional reader who has decided to buy e-books instead of paper books; Or the mobile gamer who feels that the dimensions of the phone cannot develop all his talents in Call of Duty Mobile and needs a device with a larger screen for this. Or an employee who spends a large part of his daily activity reading e-mails, managing the flow of projects, and participating in video conferences, and needs a more specialized device than a phone, but more portable than a laptop to do these things.

The logo on the body of the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

But as much as iPads are successful in filling this technological gap, Android tablets are not welcomed by users. According to the latest statistics, in February 2024, Apple had more than 54% of the tablet market, followed by Samsung with 27% and Amazon with 3%. This statistic clearly shows that many users believe that “an Android tablet is just an Android phone with bigger dimensions”.

Is an Android tablet more than just a large Android phone?

Samsung has been trying to erase this notion from the minds of users for years. Whether he has succeeded in doing such a thing or not is a matter that should be addressed separately. But gradually, another name appears in the campaign to challenge iPads, more prominently than before: Xiaomi.

2023 was a relatively busy year for the Xiaomi tablet unit. Xiaomi Pad 6, Xiaomi Pad SE, Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro, and Xiaomi Pad 6 Max were the tablets that were introduced by the Chinese company and now it is time for the first model of 2024. The Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro is a device introduced to compete with the iPad Air 2022 and the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and aims to show that Android tablets are much more useful than you might think.

List of hardware specifications of Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro



Dimensions (mm)

287.7 x 191.6 x 6.3

weight (gram)


Display dimensions

12.4 inches with a 3:2 aspect ratio

Display technology

IPS LCD – supports 68 billion colors

144 Hz refresh rate

Maximum brightness of 900 nits


Snapdragon 8 Generation 2

RAM and storage space

256GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM

512GB 12GB RAM, 1TB 16GB RAM

Main camera

50 megapixels

f/1.8, 1/2.76-inch sensor




selfie camera

32 megapixels

Battery capacity

10000 mAh

fast charging

120 watts (0 to 100 in 35 minutes)

The iPad of the Chinese

Although Samsung and Apple tablets share many similarities, the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro bears an undeniable resemblance to the iPad Pro. The aluminum body and frame with low bezels around the display and perhaps most importantly, the square-shaped camera island on the back of the device are undoubtedly reminiscent of the iPad Pro. Of course, considering Apple’s very high share of the tablet market, Xiaomi seems to have made the right decision regarding the design inspiration of the 6S Pro pad from iPads.

The back of the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

You probably also agree that years of using smartphones with glass bodies have made us forget the feeling of holding aluminum gadgets. But as soon as you hold the pad of the 6S Pro, the memories of the past come alive and you can again experience the pleasant feeling of touching a body with cold metal.

Revisiting the aluminum body is really enjoyable!

Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro has a thickness of 6.3 mm, which is almost equal to the thickness of the iPad Air 6.1 mm and Galaxy Tab S9 FE 6.5 mm (as its price competitors in the Iranian market). However, the weight of the Xiaomi tablet is significantly more than the competitors. Where the scales tip, the 590g Pad 6S Pro is almost 130g heavier than the iPad Air and 67g heavier than the Galaxy Tab S9 FE.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet keyboard and pen

Although this number is by no means negligible, you should not forget that both Apple and Samsung tablets are 10.9 inches (against the 12.4-inch screen of the Xiaomi tablet). However, in the world of tablets and according to the size and model of the use of these gadgets, the weight is higher, much more than 1.5 inches, and the screen is bigger. The result of this greater weight is faster hand fatigue during work and the greater tendency of the user to place the tablet on a surface such as a table.

Borrowing from Apple’s design can be seen even in the location of the device’s physical keys. You can find the volume keys on the top right edge of the tablet, and the power key is located on the right corner of the top edge of the device, just like the iPad Air. As expected, this key also plays the role of a fingerprint sensor.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro body

Around the body, you can also see a set of 6 stereo speakers of Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro. This set not only helps produce loud and clear sound in different audio frequencies but also supports Dolby Atmos, giving you a better experience while watching movies and video conferences. Of course, there are probably very few users who still prefer to hear the sound of the movie through the tablet speakers instead of using Bluetooth hands-free! Also, there is no news about the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro speakers

More than 85% of the device’s front view is covered by its 12.4-inch screen. The screen-to-body ratio in the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro is almost 4% higher than the same figure in the iPad Air and Galaxy Tab S9 FE, and Xiaomi should be given credit for its effort in reducing the screen margins. Of course, this issue can be looked at from a different angle.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro display

When you hold a tablet in your hand, you need space around the screen to place your fingers. This procedure is unlike smartphones, in which mainly the hand that is behind and the finger that is placed under the phone are also responsible for protecting it. As a result, reducing the bezels around the screen of a tablet too much is probably not a very good decision. However, Xiaomi has decided to take a little risk and move a few more steps towards the limit and ultimate convenience of using a tablet.

Perhaps the use of a relatively high-quality screen has made Xiaomi accept the risk of reducing the margins around it in order to expose the screen in the best way to the users. The screen of Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro is IPS LCD type with 3K resolution, the maximum announced brightness is 900 nits and the refresh rate is 144 Hz, which is much higher than the 60 and 90 Hz screens of Apple and Samsung.

Watch videos on the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet
Camera software on the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet
Quick settings in the user interface of Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro
Brightness settings on the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

Of course, the IPS LCD screen and its similarity with the panel of competitors of the same price do not disappoint us, but maybe you also expect to see an OLED panel on a tablet with the specifications and of course the price of Pad 6S Pro.

The pixel density of 295 ppi is another strength of this display, but the best aspect ratio should still be given to the iPad Air. It seems that the 4:3 aspect ratio in Apple tablets provides users with the best possible mode for using a tablet. While the 3:2 aspect ratio on the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro is much better than the weird 16:10 that many other tablets (including Samsung’s) use, it’s still a step down from iPads in terms of usability.

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Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro display performance against competitors


Minimum brightness

Maximum brightness

contrast ratio







Average error


Average error

Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro



780 (HDR)


99.4 percent




Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra





100% (Original)


130 percent



Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro





96.9 percent


98.5 percent



iPad Pro 12.9 2022





100 percent


iPad Pro 11 2022





100 percent


Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra



943 (HDR)

100 percent



100 percent



As you can see in the table, contrary to Xiaomi’s claim of a maximum brightness of 900 nits, in Zoomit tests the maximum brightness of the Pad 6S Pro screen in HDR mode is about 780 nits. Although under normal conditions, screen brightness is not a problem, when playing video or working with the device under sunlight, this point should be considered.

On the other hand, the accuracy of the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro screen should be considered one of the strengths of this tablet. The coverage of more than 99% of the sRGB color space and nearly 98% of the DCI-P3 color space and an error of less than 5% in both modes indicate the production of accurate colors in this display, which will be a positive point for those interested in watching video content.

Another noteworthy point about the display is the ability to adjust the temperature and brightness of the screen based on environmental conditions, which makes the tablet a suitable option for those interested in reading.

Despite the acceptable technical performance of the screen in Pad 6S Pro, it seems that the distance between the protective glass of the screen and the panel is a little high; For this reason, a little shadow can be seen on the edges of the page. If you have sharp eyes, such an issue may get on your nerves while working with a tablet.

Chip; The trump card of the Pad 6S Pro

Unlike Samsung, which has used the disappointing Exynos 1380 chipset for its representative in this price range, Xiaomi has gone to a more powerful competitor to challenge the iPad Air equipped with the M1 chipset. The SD 8 Gen 2 chip is the mastermind of the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro, which can easily turn the Chinese tablet into a tool to accomplish any task with any level of complexity and technical power required.

Performance of Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro against competitors



Speedometer 2.0

GeekBench 6


Web browsing experience

GPU computing power

CPU computing power

Game simulator



Aztec Ruins



Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2







Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2







Pad 6 pro

Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1







iPad Pro 2022

Apple M2







Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1







iPad Pro 12.9 2021

Apple M1






In terms of processing performance, Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro has recorded acceptable results as an Android tablet, but there are controversial points in the benchmark results of this tablet that cannot be simply ignored. First of all, the Xiaomi tablet’s chipset is a few steps below Apple’s M1. By comparing the numbers recorded by the Pad 6S Pro with the benchmark results of the iPad Pro 2021 (which uses the same M1 chip used in the iPad Air 2022), you can clearly see the difference in performance.

Unfortunately, Snapdragon 8 generation 2 still has a significant gap with Apple’s chipsets

Despite having the same chipset as a tablet like the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, the Xiaomi tablet cannot record the same results as the Samsung representative and is still ranked lower. For example, in the GPU computing power test, the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro is about 10% weaker than the Galaxy Tab. This result is repeated in the CPU computing power test and the game simulation test (although with a smaller difference). Of course, it can be justified that the price of the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra is 2 times higher than the price of the Xiaomi representative, and yet the difference of 10% is not such a big difference.

Browsing the Zomit website with the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

Aside from the benchmark results, one thing to note is that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will handle almost anything, and there is probably no usage scenario that will cause the device’s chip to hang or feel weak.

The UFS 4.0 storage space makes the speed of reading and writing information no less than the best tablets on the market. The Pad 6S Pro in the basic configuration offers 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage space, which was also available to Zoomit for review. In addition, except for this model, users will also be able to choose versions with 12 or 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB or 1 TB of storage space.

When we talk about the hardware power of the tablet, it is not bad to keep in mind that unlike Samsung and even Apple, Xiaomi’s user interface does not provide the user with special features for multitasking, and features such as the ability to open four windows at the same time. In Workstation mode, they do not put any special pressure on the device. With this account, it can be said that the processing power of SD 8 Gen 2 for Xiaomi tablet is considered “Overkill” to some extent.

HyperOS experience; Repetitive and not very useful

Perhaps the main distinguishing feature of tablets should be found in their user interface and user experience. After the retirement of MIUI, Xiaomi has tried to design its new user interface, Hyper OS, simpler and lighter and provide as many features as possible to users. Among the features of HyperOS in Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro is a special video conference mode (using artificial intelligence to remove microphone noise), a very powerful file management system (File Manager), which Xiaomi considers to be on par with the file management system of laptops, the possibility of using He mentioned the tablet as a second screen for photography and video cameras and of course a new feature called Interconnectivity.

With Interconnectivity, Xiaomi wants to evoke the ecosystem of Apple and Samsung for users

Interconnectivity is actually Xiaomi’s attempt to create integration between the company’s products and provide conditions such as perfect coordination of iOS and iPad, in order to create a platform similar to what Apple provides to its users for Xiaomi fans.

The Interconnectivity feature is created by a Xiaomi user account between different devices and features such as a central hub for controlling smart home appliances, the possibility of Drag&Drop files between different devices, the ability to convert the main phone camera into a tablet selfie camera in video calls, or work with the phone. It makes it available to users through tablets.

Interconnectivity feature on the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

After creating a Xiaomi account (or logging in) and issuing the necessary access to Interconnectivity, in the quick settings section of the tablet, you will have a new option called Mi Smart Hub through which you can access all other devices that support this feature. View and control.

For example, let’s say you have connected your tablet and phone through Interconnectivity. Here you can use the phone as an independent and external camera and take photos or videos through the tablet. If you’ve ever tried to record a video for YouTube or Instagram on your own, you know how much of a hassle it can be to adjust the frame, focus, brightness, and sidelights. But now with a tablet and a Xiaomi phone that support Interconnectivity, you can easily have your own personal studio!

Hyper OS operating system on Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

The next interesting feature is the ability to type or navigate the phone through the tablet. If for some reason you intend to draw a shape on your phone, you can do it on the larger screen of the tablet with the help of a dedicated pen, which undoubtedly provides more precision and control. In such a case, applying changes at high speed and without slowness or lag is a very important point that Interconnectivity provides you.

Apart from these cases, Xiaomi has tried to add a feature similar to Airdrop to its devices. This feature, called Mi Share, works exactly like Airdrop in Apple products, and you can use it to transfer files between different Xiaomi devices. Of course, this feature seems to be compatible with other Android devices as well, but at least in our tests, it was not possible to transfer files from tablets to Samsung phones, which may be due to the presence of Chinese ROM, or a software bug that can be solved in the future.

Along with the Pad 6S Pro, a keyboard and a special pen called the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro Cover and Xiaomi Focus Pen have also been introduced to increase the productivity aspect of the tablet. The pen is magnetically connected to the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro and is charged in this way. With the support of a 240 Hz touch sampling rate and 4096 pressure levels, this pen is considered a very good option for designers. The interesting thing is that the focus pen of the Xiaomi stylus is very similar to the Apple Pencil and, like the overall design of the 6S Pro pad, it was directly inspired by Apple.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro keyboard
Drawing with a pen on the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet

The keyboard is connected to the tablet through the pins on the back of the device and simultaneously plays the role of the cover. Of course, it seems that this keyboard was designed for the Chinese market, and some software limitations (such as not being able to set the Farsi language for typing) can be seen in it. A trackpad is not considered for this keyboard, which seems a bit strange, but as a means to get rid of the virtual and touch keyboard of the tablet, it will be a logical option.

The camera set is quite adequate

Although probably no one expects photography from tablets, Xiaomi offers a camera with a 50-megapixel sensor for necessary occasions. The maximum aperture of this camera is f/1.8 and the dimensions of its sensor are 1/2.76 inches. With this camera, you can easily scan documents, or if you are in a business meeting or classroom, take a quick picture of the board and the information written on it. The quality of the images in this condition is quite acceptable and no particular fault can be found in them.

Another 2-megapixel camera is intended to help detect depth, which is not particularly useful in normal photography. The possibility of recording videos with 4K or 1080p resolution at a maximum rate of 60 frames per second is also available to users by the main camera.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro tablet cameras

Attending video conferences is one of the main uses of tablets. For better video quality in video calls, Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro uses a 32-megapixel selfie camera. This camera is placed on the vertical edge (when you hold the tablet in portrait mode), which is the best way to use it in video conferences.

Xiaomi tablet selfie camera Pad 6s Pro

The selfie camera also uses the Focus Frame feature, which, similar to the Center Stage feature on Apple tablets, keeps the subject always in the center of the frame when using the front camera.

Large battery with reliable charging

Xiaomi has used a giant battery with a capacity of 10,000 mAh in the Pad 6S Pro, which is a leader in its kind and compared to competitors. It is worth noting that the battery used in the iPad Air 2022 has a capacity of 7600 mAh, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE uses a battery with a capacity of 8000 mAh. Meanwhile, while the Samsung tablet supports 45W fast charging, the Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro can be charged with a 120W adapter, which, according to Xiaomi, charges the tablet from zero to 100% in just 35 minutes. Thanks to the use of Quick Charge 4.0 technology, you will only need 10 minutes to charge the tablet from zero to 45%.

Battery life of Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro against competitors




Play video

Everyday use

Dimensions, resolution, and refresh rate

milliampere hour

minute: hour

minute: hour

Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro

12.4 inches, 144 Hz

2032×3048 md; sg




Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

14.6 inches, 120 Hz

2960×1848 pixels



Pad 6 pro

11 inches, 144 Hz

2880 x 1800 pixels




iPad Pro 2022

11 inches, 120 Hz

1668 x 2388 pixels



Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

14.6 inches, 120 Hz

2960×1848 pixels




In Zomit’s daily user test, Pad 6S Pro was able to record a charging time of about 8.5 hours, which is not a bad number considering the LCD display. We also obtained 17 hours of device performance in the video playback test. In general, and according to the results of the tests, we have to classify the charging of the 6S Pro pad as one of its strengths.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro battery menu
By introducing Pad 6S Pro, Xiaomi has shown that it is aware of the main problem of Android tablets. The lack of platforms similar to Apple’s platform for Android device users is the biggest blow to tablets, which normally have a hard time satisfying potential buyers. As a result of adding features such as Interconnectivity along with using the right hardware and having a competitive price, it can be Xiaomi’s winning card to take Samsung’s position in the tablet market and then start the competition to pull down Apple.

However, Xiaomi has a very long and difficult road ahead of it. Even in the Android world, there are exciting features like Samsung Dex that can attract more users, and cross-device integration shouldn’t just be limited to flagship phones and tablets. If Xiaomi can draw a clear vision in this direction and show that it is determined to achieve it, it will meet with more favor from users.


Unveiling of OpenAI new artificial intelligence capabilities





OpenAI claims that its free GPT-4o model can talk, laugh, sing, and see like a human. The company is also releasing a desktop version of ChatGPT’s large language model.

 Unveiling of OpenAI new artificial intelligence capabilities

Yesterday, OpenAI introduced the GPT-4o artificial intelligence model, which is a completely new model of the company’s artificial intelligence, which according to OpenAI is a step closer to a much more natural human-computer interaction.
This new model accepts any combination of text, audio, and image as input and can produce output in all three formats. It can also detect emotions, allow the user to interrupt it mid-speech, and respond almost as quickly as a human during a conversation.
In the live broadcast of the introduction of this new model, Meera Moratti, Chief Technology Officer of OpenAI, said: “The special thing about GPT-4o is that GPT-4 level intelligence has been made available to everyone, including our free users. This is the first time we’ve taken a big step forward in ease of use.
During the unveiling of the model, OpenAI demonstrated the GPT-4o, which translates live between English and Italian, with its intuitive ability to help a researcher solve a linear equation on paper in an instant, just by listening to The breaths of an OpenAI executive give him advice on deep breathing.
The letter “o” in the name of the GPT-4o model stands for the word “Omni”, which is a reference to the multifaceted capabilities of this model.
OpenAI said that GPT-4o is trained with text, images, and audio, meaning all input and output is processed by a neural network. This differs from the company’s previous models, including the GPT-3.5 and GPT-4, which allowed users to ask questions just by speaking, but then converted the speech to text. This would cause tone and emotion to be lost and interactions to slow down.
OpenAI will make this new model available for free to everyone, including ChatGPT users, over the next few weeks, and will also initially release a desktop version of ChatGPT for Apple computers (Mac) for users who have purchased a subscription, starting today. They will have access to it. The introduction of the new OpenAI model took place one day before the Google I/O event, which is the company’s annual developer conference.
It should be noted that shortly after OpenAI introduced GPT-4o, Google also presented a version of its artificial intelligence known as Gemini with similar capabilities.
While the GPT-4 model excelled at tasks related to image and text analysis, the GPT-4o model integrates speech processing and expands its range of capabilities.

Natural human-computer interaction

According to OpenAI, the GPT-4o model is a step towards a much more natural human-computer interaction that accepts any combination of text, audio, and image as input and produces any combination of text, audio and image.
This model can respond to voice inputs in less than 232 milliseconds, with an average speed of 320 milliseconds, which is similar to the response time of humans in a conversation.
This model matches the performance of the GPT-4 Turbo model on English text and code with a significant improvement in converting text to non-English languages while being much faster and 50% cheaper via application programming interface (API). The GPT-4o model is especially better in visual and audio understanding compared to existing models.

What exactly does the introduction of this model mean for users?

The GPT-4o model significantly enhances the experience of ChatGPT, OpenAI’s wildly popular AI chatbot. Users can now interact with ChatGPT like a personal assistant, ask it questions and even hang it up wherever they want.
Additionally, as mentioned, OpenAI is introducing a desktop version of ChatGPT along with a revamped user interface.
“We recognize the increasing complexity of these models, but our goal is to make the interaction experience more intuitive and seamless,” Moratti emphasized. We want users to focus on working with GPT instead of being distracted by the UI. Our new model can reason text, audio, and video in real-time. This model is versatile, fun to work with, and a step toward a much more natural form of human-computer interaction, and even human-computer-computer interaction.
The GPT-4o model has also been extensively reviewed by more than 70 experts in areas such as social psychology, bias and fairness, and misinformation to identify risks introduced or enhanced by the newly added methods. OpenAI has used these learnings to develop safety interventions to improve the safety of interacting with GPT-4o. The members of the OpenAI team demonstrated their audio skills during the public presentation of this new model. A researcher named Mark Chen emphasized its ability to gauge emotions and noted its adaptability to user interruptions.
Chen demonstrated the model’s versatility by requesting a bedtime story in a variety of tones, from dramatic to robotic, and even had it read to him. As mentioned, this new model is available for free to all ChatGPT users. Until now, GPT-4 class models were only available to people who paid a monthly subscription.
“This is important to us because we want to make great AI tools available to everyone,” said OpenAI CEO Sam Altman.

Strong market for generative artificial intelligence

OpenAI is leading the way in productive AI alongside Microsoft and Google, as companies across sectors rush to integrate AI-powered chatbots into their services to stay competitive.
For example, Anthropic, a competitor of OpenAI, recently unveiled its first corporate proposal to Apple to provide a free program for iPhones.
“We recognize that GPT-4o audio presentations present new risks,” OpenAI said in a statement. Today we’re publicly releasing text and image inputs and text outputs, and in the coming weeks and months, we’ll be working on the technical infrastructure, post-training usability, and security necessary to release other methods. For example, at startup, audio outputs are limited to a set of predefined sounds and adhere to our existing security policies. We will share more details about the full range of GPT-4o methods in a future system.
According to the report, the generative AI market saw a staggering $29.1 billion in investment across nearly 700 deals in 2023, up more than 260 percent from the previous year. Predictions indicate that the yield of this market will exceed one trillion dollars in the next decade. However, there are concerns about the rapid deployment of untested services by academics and ethicists who are troubled by the technology’s potential to perpetuate prejudice.
Since launching in November 2022, ChatGPT’s chatbot has broken records as the fastest-growing user base in history, with nearly 100 million weekly active users. OpenAI reports that more than 92% of the world’s top 500 companies use it.
At the presentation event last night, Moratti answered some questions from the audience and when he spoke in fluent Italian and the artificial intelligence translated his words into English, the hall was filled with excitement.
There is more. This means the next time you take a selfie, OpenAI’s artificial intelligence can assess your exact emotions. All you have to do is select a selfie and ask ChatGPT to tell you how you feel.
It should be said that OpenAI employees were so happy that ChatGPT asked them why they were so happy!

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Samsung S95B OLED TV review




Samsung S95B OLED TV
The S95B TV is Samsung’s serious attempt to enter the OLED TV market after a decade of hiatus; But can it take back the OLED throne from LG?

Samsung S95B OLED TV review

What can be placed in a container with a depth of 4 mm? For example, 40 sheets of paper or 5 bank cards; But to think that Samsung has successfully packed a large 4K OLED panel into a depth of less than 4mm that can produce more than 2000 nits of brightness is amazing. Join me as I review the Samsung S95B TV.

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MacBook Air M3 review; Lovely, powerful and economical




MacBook Air M3 review
The MacBook Air M3, with all its performance improvements, adds to the value and economic justification of the MacBook Air M1, rather than being an ideal purchase.

MacBook Air M3 review; Lovely, powerful and economical

If you are looking for a compact, well-made and high-quality laptop that can be used in daily and light use, the MacBook Air M3 review is not for you; So close the preceding article, visit the Zomit products section and choose one of the stores to buy MacBook Air M1 ; But if you, like me, are excited to read about the developments in the world of hardware and are curious to know about the performance of the M3 chip in the Dell MacBook Air 2024 , then stay with Zoomit.

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