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The generative AI revolution has begun—how did we get here?
This article discusses how the AI revolution, specifically in generative AI, has taken off and the factors that have contributed to its success.
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In The News
Why has Alphabet hit the panic button? Only Google can answer that question
This article delves into the reasons behind Alphabet's recent actions, with speculation that only Google has the answers.
France under fire over fast-track plan for AI video surveillance at Paris Olympics
France has enacted a law allowing the use of AI video surveillance for the Paris Olympics, which raises concerns about privacy and security.
The race of the AI labs heats up
AI labs around the world are intensifying their efforts, with many investing heavily in research and development to stay ahead of the competition.
Applied use cases
AI-enabled executives: how ChatGPT will sharpen strategic thinking
This article discusses how ChatGPT can help executives enhance their strategic thinking and decision-making capabilities.
AI-Powered Brain Implant Smashes Speed Record for Turning Thoughts Into Text
A new AI-powered brain implant has been developed, capable of quickly translating thoughts into text, potentially revolutionizing the way we communicate.
Deepfakes for scrawl: With handwriting synthesis, no pen is necessary
This article discusses a new AI tool that is able to mimic handwriting and create deepfake handwriting samples.
Digital Bridge: Privacy vs. child protection — End of online advertising? — Governments own AI rulemaking
This article explores the tension between privacy concerns and child protection online, and how governments are addressing these issues through AI policy.
Ethics in AI Colloquium - Communicative Justice and the Distribution of Attention
This online event discusses the ethical implications of AI and the distribution of attention in the digital age.
Privacy and AI Governance Report : Privacy, Quo Vadis – will you lead the way?
This report highlights the current state of AI governance and provides recommendations for ensuring ethical and responsible use of AI.
Our future could be full of undying, self-repairing robots – here’s how
This article outlines how advances in AI and robotics could lead to a future populated by self-repairing robots that are able to survive indefinitely.
This Korean robodog proves running on sand isn’t just for ‘Baywatch’
A new dog-like robot has been developed that is capable of navigating various terrains, potentially opening up new possibilities for robot exploration.
Nursing shortages: Helper robots are being deployed to ease the burden on overworked hospital staff
Nursing shortages have led to the deployment of helper robots in hospitals, which aim to relieve the burden on overworked staff.
The Flan Collection: Advancing open source methods for instruction tuning
This article highlights Google's latest AI research project, The Flan Collection, which aims to advance open AI research and development.
“Once in a lifetime - or never” - Reflections from year one at Isomorphic Labs
This article reflects on the first year of operation at Isomorphic Labs, discussing the challenges and opportunities faced by the AI startup.
Learn Machine Learning From These GitHub Repositories
This article provides guidance on how to learn machine learning by exploring open-source projects and repositories on GitHub.