Two Chinese companies, Baidu and SenseTime, officially jumped on the generative AI bandwagon today, launching their answers to the ChatGPT craze. It's important news as the world's second-largest economy charts its high-tech future. CNN's Michelle Toh joins the show to discuss.
Also on today's show: The latest on Hurricane Idalia, the deadly fire in South Africa, and the unwanted kiss controversy in Spain.
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