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A.I. could lead to a ‘nuclear-level catastrophe’ according to a third of researchers, a new Stanford report finds
The sector now looks to be on a fast track toward revolutionizing our economy and everyday lives, but many experts remain concerned that changes are happening too fast, with potentially disastrous implications for the world.
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AI: China tech giant Alibaba to roll out ChatGPT rival
Chinese technology giant Alibaba has announced plans to roll out its own artificial intelligence (AI) ChatGPT-style product called Tongyi Qianwen.
The takeaways from Stanford’s 386-page report on the state of AI
Writing a report on the state of AI must feel a lot like building on shifting sands: By the time you hit publish, the whole industry has changed under your feet.
Can Intelligence Be Separated From the Body?
Some researchers question whether A.I. can be truly intelligent without a body to interact with and learn from the physical world.
Applied use cases
AI Sex Chatbots and the Dudes Who Love Them
A new, uncensored open-source large language model is being used by the AI community to build X-rated chatbots, because of course it is.
News Presenter Generated with AI Appears in Kuwait
A Kuwaiti media outlet has unveiled a virtual news presenter generated using artificial intelligence, with plans for it to read online bulletins.
AI In Space: The Amazing Ways Machine Learning Is Helping To Unravel The Mysteries Of The Universe
Space travel, exploration, and observation involve some of the most complex and dangerous scientific and technical operations ever carried out.
‘We have to move fast’: US looks to establish rules for AI
The commerce department has requested public comment on AI accountability measures to ensure privacy and transparency
China proposes measures to manage generative AI services
China's cyberspace regulator unveiled draft measures on Tuesday for managing generative artificial intelligence services
The mounting human and environmental costs of generative AI
Op-ed: Planetary impacts, escalating financial costs, and labor exploitation all factor.
Carbon Robotics lands $30M to sell more weed-destroying machines powered by AI
Seattle startup Carbon Robotics raised $30 million to fuel growth of its weed-zapping machines powered by artificial intelligence and computer vision technology.
Can robots find the rhythm and be ‘moved by music’?
Music can be used to get people to move to the beat, but can you apply the same trick to robots? This researcher from the University of Oslo is about to find out.
Brain-inspired intelligent robotics: Theoretical analysis and systematic application
Robots have become a crucial indicator for measuring the competitive strength of a country in science and technology.
This AI Paper Introduces SELF-REFINE
A Framework For Improving Initial Outputs From LLMs Through Iterative Feedback And Refinement
Deci’s NLP model clocks 100,000 queries per second in latest MLPerf results
Deci announced that a NLP generated by its in-house technology has clocked over 100,000 queries per second in MLPerf Inference v3.0 benchmark results.
Machine-Learning Algorithm Enhances Stroke Diagnosis
New research describes how a machine-learning tool can use patient data to diagnose a stroke with 83 percent accuracy.