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Mar 29, 2023

Generative AI set to affect 300 million jobs across major economies

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The latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence could lead to the automation of a quarter of the work done in the US and eurozone, according to research by Goldman Sachs.

The investment bank said on Monday that “generative” AI systems such as ChatGPT, which can create content that is indistinguishable from human output, could spark a productivity boom that would eventually raise annual global gross domestic product by 7 percent over a 10-year period.

But if the technology lived up to its promise, it would also bring “significant disruption” to the labor market, exposing the equivalent of 300 million full-time workers across big economies to automation, according to Joseph Briggs and Devesh Kodnani, the paper’s authors. Lawyers and administrative staff would be among those at greatest risk of becoming redundant.

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Mar 29, 2023

Google Duplex Will Change EVERYTHING… Here’s Why!

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In case you’re wondering how Google duplex actually works. Goodnight!

Google Duplex Will Change EVERYTHING… Here’s Why!Welcome back to Tech Craze, today on the channel we are going to catch sight of Everything you need to know about the google duplex. Google Duplex is a project launched in 1998 that is currently live in the majority of the US, along with some other parts of the world. At first, it allowed users to access an AI assistant to help make restaurant reservations. However, its use has since expanded to other functions as well.

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Mar 29, 2023

ChatGPT Data Breach Confirmed as Security Firm Warns of Vulnerable Component Exploitation

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One more. I hope it’s not posted yet. Even AI isn’t safe.

ChatGPT creator OpenAI has confirmed a data breach caused by a bug in an open source library, just as a cybersecurity firm noticed that a recently introduced component is affected by an actively exploited vulnerability.

OpenAI said on Friday that it had taken the chatbot offline earlier in the week while it worked with the maintainers of the Redis data platform to patch a flaw that resulted in the exposure of user information.

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Mar 28, 2023

5 Must-Read Science Fiction Books for Fans of ‘The Matrix’

Posted by in categories: existential risks, robotics/AI, space travel

FallenKingdomReads’ list of five must-read science fiction books for fans of The Matrix.

This dystopian novel is the basis for the classic film Blade Runner, and it explores a world devastated by nuclear war where bounty hunter Rick Deckard must retire six rogue androids.

In this novel, human consciousness is digitized and can be transferred between bodies, leading to an interstellar conspiracy that draws the protagonist Takeshi into a thrilling adventure.

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Mar 28, 2023

How to Run a ChatGPT-like AI on Your Own PC

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Chatbots are all the rage right now, and everyone wants a piece of the action. Google has Bard, Microsoft has Bing Chat, and OpenAI’s ChatGPT is practically synonymous with AI at this point. But what if you don’t want to rely on a cloud service for your chatbot? We’ve got a ChatGPT-like AI you can download — an Alpaca.

Mar 28, 2023

AI-generated videos have arrived, and they’re evolving fast

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AI can now generate videos simply from your description of what you want to see. It’s like Dall-E or Stable Diffusion for video.

Mar 28, 2023

The Jobs Most Exposed to ChatGPT

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A new study finds that AI tools could more quickly handle at least half of the tasks that auditors, interpreters and writers do now.

Mar 28, 2023

AI Consciousness : 2023 — 2030 Timeline of Sentient Machines

Posted by in categories: ethics, robotics/AI

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Take a journey through the years 2023–2030 as artificial intelligence develops increasing levels of consciousness, becomes an indispensable partner in human decision-making, and even leads key areas of society. But as the line between man and machines becomes blurred, society grapples with the moral and ethical implications of sentient machines, and the question arises: which side of history will you be on?

AI news timestamps:
0:00 AI consciousness intro.
0:17 Unconscious artificial intelligence.
1:54 AI influence in media.
3:13 AI decisions.
4:05 AI awareness.
5:07 The AI ally.
6:07 Machine human hybrid minds.
7:02 Which side.
7:55 The will of artificial intelligence.

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Mar 28, 2023

Does GPT-4 Really Understand What We’re Saying?

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One question for David Krakauer, president of the Sante Fe Institute for complexity science where he explores the evolution of intelligence and stupidity on Earth.

Does GPT-4 really understand what we’re saying?

Yes and no, is the answer to that. In my new paper with computer scientist Melanie Mitchell, we surveyed AI researchers on the idea that large pretrained language models, like GPT-4, can understand language. When they say these models understand us, or that they don’t, it’s not clear that we’re agreeing on our concept of understanding. When Claude Shannon was inventing information theory, he made it very clear that the part of information he was interested in was communication, not meaning: You can have two messages that are equally informative, with one having loads of meaning and the other none.

Mar 28, 2023

Hacking phones remotely without touching via new inaudible ultrasound attack

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, mobile phones, robotics/AI

The Near–Ultrasound Invisible Trojan, or NUIT, was developed by a team of researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs as a technique to secretly convey harmful orders to voice assistants on smartphones and smart speakers.

If you watch videos on YouTube on your smart TV, then that television must have a speaker, right? According to Guinevere Chen, associate professor and co-author of the NUIT article, “the sound of NUIT harmful orders will [be] inaudible, and it may attack your mobile phone as well as connect with your Google Assistant or Alexa devices.” “That may also happen in Zooms during meetings. During the meeting, if someone were to unmute themself, they would be able to implant the attack signal that would allow them to hack your phone, which was placed next to your computer.

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