“Have you been worried that ChatGPT, the AI language generator, could be used maliciously—to cheat on schoolwork or broadcast disinformation? You’re in luck, sort of: OpenAI, the company that made ChatGPT, has introduced a new tool that tries to determine the likelihood that a chunk of text you provide was AI-generated.”
ChatGPT Is About to Dump More Work on Everyone
“He also did not believe that future approaches to achieving generative AI would be based on neural network approaches and that alternative new approaches are needed. So this must be in a follow-up interview with the Godfather of AI, Yann Lecun. I can hardly wait to speak to him, hope I can be fortunate to capture his attention.”
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“Automation will remodel the economy
US-based Tyson Foods said they’ll invest over $1.3 billion across the next three years to increase automation at their meat plants. CEO Donnie King says a lack of workers means the company currently can’t fulfil booming demand.”
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“Workers still have to show up at a factory and assemble products, and quality control may demand overseas travel from time to time, but many other activities—including investment due diligence, relationship-building with suppliers and customers, and even research and development—have unexpectedly and perhaps permanently gone remote” These Technologies Could Hold Back Business Travel Indefinitely https://www.wsj.com/articles/these-technologies-could-hold-back-business-travel-indefinitely-11618632059 via Instapaper