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Oct 30, 2023

Exclusive: G7 to agree AI code of conduct for companies

Posted by in categories: economics, privacy, robotics/AI, security

BRUSSELS, Oct 29 (Reuters) — The Group of Seven industrial countries will on Monday agree a code of conduct for companies developing advanced artificial intelligence systems, a G7 document showed, as governments seek to mitigate the risks and potential misuse of the technology.

The voluntary code of conduct will set a landmark for how major countries govern AI, amid privacy concerns and security risks, the document seen by Reuters showed.

Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) economies made up of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and the United States, as well as the European Union, kicked off the process in May at a ministerial forum dubbed the “Hiroshima AI process”.

Oct 30, 2023

Can AI really save the World? ft. Bill Gates

Posted by in categories: media & arts, robotics/AI

Something good about AI.

Sitting down with Bill gates to see how AI can be also be used for something good!

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Oct 29, 2023

Who you callin‘ bird-brained? Pigeons learn the same way AI models do

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

Despite many studies showing pigeons are surprisingly smart, from being as good at counting as primates, to being able to identify breast cancer in X-rays, scientists are fighting a losing battle to dispute their widely held reputation as being a bit “dim-witted.”

A new study has pitted the pigeon up against an artificial-intelligence model and found that both bird and computer follow a similar process in order to work out the problem they’re presented with.

“We found really strong evidence that the mechanisms guiding pigeon learning are remarkably similar to the same principles that guide modern machine learning and AI techniques,” said Brandon Turner, lead author of the study and professor of psychology at Ohio State University. “Our findings suggest that in the pigeon, nature may have found a way to make an incredibly efficient learner that has no ability to generalize or extrapolate like humans would.”

Oct 29, 2023

Google Maps’ AI-Powered Features Rolling Out This Week

Posted by in categories: mapping, robotics/AI

Google continues to integrate more AI into its suite of apps.

Oct 29, 2023

Detecting Lung Cancer EARLY With AI: Dr. Lecia Sequist

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

Dr. Lecia Sequist is the Program Director of the Cancer Early Detection & Diagnostics Clinic at Mass General Cancer Center. For nearly 20 years, she’s specialized in lung cancer.

Observing first-hand the obstacles involved in current screenings of lung cancer, Dr. Sequist made a career switch to the research of early lung cancer detection. This led her to meet MIT professor, Regina Barzilay. Together, they created Sybil – an open-source AI tool that uses pattern recognition to predict one’s risk of lung cancer.

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Oct 29, 2023

GPT-4 evolves into a more flexible “supermodel” with OpenAI’s latest ChatGPT update

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OpenAI combines the different GPT-4 models into a kind of “supermodel” in ChatGPT-4 powered ChatGPT can now decide for itself how it can best help you.

OpenAI is currently preparing a GPT-4 update for ChatGPT that allows you to upload PDFs and many other file types. Once uploaded, ChatGPT can be used to discuss the information in the document, such as extracting aspects or getting an explanation.

This feature is not new. It was previously hidden in the Advanced Data Analysis model, which you had to select from the model switcher to get the file upload button.

Oct 29, 2023

Humane’s AI Pin could cost $1,000 — and require a subscription

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, wearables

Humane is set to reveal more about its mysterious new device on November 9th, but a new report from The Information says the gadget could have a high price.

The AI Pin, the new gadget / wearable device / projector / thing from the secretive startup Humane, might cost as much as $1,000 and may require a monthly subscription for data, according to The Information.

The mysterious device has been in development for years, but we got our first good look at it during co-founder Imran Chaudhri’s presentation at TED this year. In the presentation, he used then unnamed device to accept a phone call, get information about where to buy a gift, translate a sentence that is then spoken in an AI-made… More.

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Oct 29, 2023

OpenAI forms new team to assess “catastrophic risks” of AI

Posted by in categories: biological, chemistry, cybercrime/malcode, robotics/AI

OpenAI’s new preparedness team will address the potential dangers associated with AI, including nuclear threats.

OpenAI is forming a new team to mitigate the “catastrophic risks” associated with AI. In an update on Thursday.

The team will also work to mitigate “chemical, biological, and radiological threats,” as well as “autonomous replication,” or the act of an AI replicating itself. Some other risks that the preparedness team will address include AI’s ability to trick humans, as well as cybersecurity threats.

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Oct 29, 2023

Mark Zuckerberg Is Coming for Sam Altman and OpenAI

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Sam Altman sat comfortably.

Ever since the gathering, Zuckerberg and Meta have rapidly shipped products that compete directly with Altman’s OpenAI, opening up one of the most intense — and overlooked — battles in tech today. Meta’s countered OpenAI’s GPT-4 with… More.

A fierce, underrated, and full-contact battle is brewing between the social networking company and the formidable AI upstart.

Oct 29, 2023

Candidates, take this AI election pledge. Or 2024 might break us

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

New York Mayor Eric Adams doesn’t speak Spanish. But it sure sounds like he does. He’s been using artificial intelligence software to send prerecorded calls about city events to residents in Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Urdu and Yiddish. The voice in the messages mimics the mayor but was generated with AI software from a company called ElevenLabs.

“People stop me on the street all the time and say, ‘I didn’t know you speak Mandarin,’” Adams said at a news conference this month.

Experts have warned for years that AI will change our democracy by distorting reality. That future is already here. AI is being used to fabricate voices, fundraising emails and “deepfake” images of events that never… More.

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