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TOP-22 AI Influencers to Follow on Twitter by 2023
Here is the list of the top twenty influencers in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) that you can follow to keep up with the latest development in AI and ML.
JUST RELEASED: 2022 AI Readiness Report
73% of ML Practitioners leverage this for their projects — plus more insights in Scale Zeitgeist: AI Readiness Report. Download your free copy to see what 1,300+ ML professionals listed as the most common challenges with the ML lifecycle, as well as the best practices.
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“Sentience” is the wrong discussion to have on AI right now
“Sentience” and “consciousness” is not the best discussion to have about LLMs and current AI technology. A more important discussion would be one about human compatibility and trust.
What is GPT-4 and what does it mean for businesses?
The next generation of the OpenAI framework - GPT-4 - might change the face of language modelling
AI Shakespeare and AI Oscar Wilde Debate Machine Creativity at Oxford
To run this project, AI practitioners used NLP and trained the AI to sound exactly like the individuals whose style they were mimicking. They used some 100,000 words for each that were available in the public domain.
Applied use cases
The New Poem-Making Machinery
How a comedy writer discovered how AI is able to write poetry...
AI In Metaverse
This blog looks at state-of-the-art AI-based solutions in many technological areas such as natural language processing, machine vision, and blockchain, all of which have metaverse potential.
5G and AI use cases – how 5G lifts artificial intelligence
Convergence makes 5G and AI use cases exciting: 5G could unleash the artificial intelligence revolution, moving it into a different league and creating new AI use cases.
Microsoft limits access to facial recognition tool in AI ethics overhaul
According to Microsoft's new AI ethics policies, companies will not be able to use its technology to do things such as infer emotion, gender or age using facial recognition technology.
Why we need philosophy and ethics of cyber warfare
By Professor Mariarosaria Taddeo, digital ethics and defence and Associate Professor at the Oxford Internet Institute.
Workshop : Ethical Considerations in Creative applications of Computer Vision
This workshop aims at creating a platform for interdisciplinary discussion among computer vision researchers, sociotechnical researchers, policy makers, social scientists and artists.
Study Shows Robots Using Internet-Based AI Exhibit Racist And Sexist Tendencies
A new study claims robots exhibit racist and sexist stereotyping when the AI that powers them is modeled on data from the internet.
Look to insects if you want to build tiny AI robots that are actually smart
Roboticists could learn a thing or two from insects if they're looking to build tiny AI machines capable of moving, planning, and cooperating with one another.
RGo Robotics CEO Amir Bousani on Perception for Mobile Robots
Discussion between Steve Crowe, Mike Oitzman and Amir Bousani, co-founder and CEO of RGo Robotics, to discuss the state of perception for mobile robots.
JAX-Privacy: Algorithms for Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning in JAX
This repository contains the JAX implementation of algorithms that we develop in our research on privacy-preserving machine learning.
Evolution through Large Models
This paper pursues the insight that large language models (LLMs) trained to generate code can vastly improve the effectiveness of mutation operators applied to programs in genetic programming (GP).
Unlocking High-Accuracy Differentially Private Image Classification through Scale
The authors of this paper believe thier results are a significant step towards closing the accuracy gap between private and non-private image classification.