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Mar 11, 2023

OpenAI’s Sam Altman is the latest tech entrepreneur making a play to extend the human lifespan. Here are 15 of the world’s wealthiest entrepreneurs trying to crack the code of living forever

Posted by in categories: life extension, robotics/AI

Insider rounded up 15 of the world’s wealthiest entrepreneurs searching for a solution to the predicament of mortality.

Mar 11, 2023

I believe chatbots understand part of what they say. Let me explain

Posted by in categories: mathematics, quantum physics, robotics/AI

Finally, a rational exploration of what ChatGPT actually knows and what that means.

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Mar 11, 2023

Sam Altman gave us ChatGPT. Now he wants us to defy death

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Altman, the 37-year-old CEO of OpenAI, invested $180 million in a startup that aims to delay death by 10 years, per the MIT Technology Review.

Mar 11, 2023

Get Ready to Meet the ChatGPT Clones

Posted by in categories: business, information science, robotics/AI

ChatGPT might well be the most famous, and potentially valuable, algorithm of the moment, but the artificial intelligence techniques used by OpenAI to provide its smarts are neither unique nor secret. Competing projects and open-source clones may soon make ChatGPT-style bots available for anyone to copy and reuse.

Stability AI, a startup that has already developed and open-sourced advanced image-generation technology, is working on an open competitor to ChatGPT. “We are a few months from release,” says Emad Mostaque, Stability’s CEO. A number of competing startups, including Anthropic, Cohere, and AI21, are working on proprietary chatbots similar to OpenAI’s bot.

The impending flood of sophisticated chatbots will make the technology more abundant and visible to consumers, as well as more accessible to AI businesses, developers, and researchers. That could accelerate the rush to make money with AI tools that generate images, code, and text.

Mar 11, 2023

GPT-4 reveal: Microsoft won’t comment on launch rumors

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI

Andreas Braun, CTO of Microsoft Germany, announced the introduction of GPT-4 for next week. The models will be multimodal.

At the “AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff” event, Microsoft Germany presented business applications of large language models and talked about its cooperation with OpenAI and new Azure offerings resulting from it.

As Silke Hahn reports for Heise, Braun announced a GPT-4 reveal next week: “Next week we will present GPT-4, there we have multimodal models that offer completely different possibilities – for example videos,” Braun said.

Mar 11, 2023

Microsoft Says OpenAI’s Latest Blockbuster AI Is Dropping “Next Week”

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Update, March 10: A spokesperson for OpenAI has confirmed in a statement to Futurism that “OpenAI has not announced any timing for GPT-4.”

A German Microsoft executive has, for some reason, claimed that OpenAI’s next large language model (LLM) will drop imminently.

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Mar 11, 2023

Microsoft will launch ChatGPT 4 with AI videos next week

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

Microsoft has just revealed its plans to launch GPT-4 next week. This will power a new version of ChatGPT that could let you create AI videos and music.

Mar 11, 2023

24/7 AI Seinfeld show is back on Twitch

Posted by in categories: entertainment, robotics/AI

Really bad now. BUT, the future of entertainment industry:

Transphobic comments lead to Larry Feinberg’s downfall on Twitch. According to the host, the reason for Feinberg’s bias is an outdated OpenAI language model without a functioning moderation system.

Since mid-December 2022, the small media group Mismatch Media has been running one of the most unusual shows on Twitch (and that’s saying something): Using AI tools like DALL-E, GPT-3, Stable Diffusion, and more, Mismatch Media broadcasts an AI-generated show inspired by the popular U.S. sitcom “Seinfeld” every day, around the clock. “Nothing, Forever” is the name the team has given to their art project.

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Mar 11, 2023

Meet ALAN, a robot that requires minimal human supervision

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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have created ALAN, an autonomous robot, meaning that it can perceive its environment, make decisions based on what it perceives, and can possibly work for extended periods of time. It has been programmed in such a way that it can recognize and then move or manipulate tasks within that environment.

Mar 11, 2023

Is Neuralink the Next Step in Human Evolution? (Or its Downfall…)

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, neuroscience, robotics/AI

Thank you for watching my video about Elon Musks Neuralink! If you liked it, please consider subscribing! Have a great day. #neuralink #elonmusk.

Neuralink is a neurotechnology company founded by Elon Musk in 2016 with the goal of.
merging the human brain with artificial intelligence. The company aims to develop a.
brain-machine interface that will enable humans to communicate with computers and other.
devices directly through their thoughts. Neuralink’s ultimate vision is to create a symbiotic.
relationship between humans and AI, where the brain and the computer work together to.
enhance human capabilities. While there is a huge potential in this field, it could also turn out.
to be extremely dangerous. Here’s why.

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