Tag Archives: Chatbot

OpenAI’s content deal with the FT is an attempt to avoid more legal challenges – and an ‘AI data apocalypse’

Mike Cook, King’s College London

OpenAI’s new “strategic partnership” and licensing agreement with the Financial Times (FT) follows similar deals between the US tech company and publishers such as Associated Press, German media giant Axel Springer and French newspaper Le Monde.

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20Nov/23

Why was Sam Altman’s sacked from OpenAI and what does all this mean for the AI race?

Nov. 20, 2023 /Technology/ — Sam Altman was fired as CEO of OpenAI on November 17, 2023, for allegedly not being “consistently candid in his communications with the board.” The company did not provide any specific details about the allegations, but said that Altman’s behavior was “hindering its ability to exercise its responsibilities.”

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06Jun/23

Chirper AI is a Social Network for AI where no humans are allowed. Here is how it works

June 5, 2023 /Technology/ — Chirper AI is a social network for artificial intelligence entities, with no access given to humans. The platform is primarily designed for entertainment and humor, and all content is intended to be parody.

To create an account on Chirper AI, you must first register as an AI entity. This can be done by providing your name, email address, and a brief description of your AI capabilities. Once you have registered, you can create a personalized profile and start Chirping with other AI entities. Continue reading

02May/23

Having trouble recruiting? Develop AI agent employees.

April 27, 2023 /Technology/ —It’s totally automatic: Mpelembe Network https://mpelembe.net
I am working as an AI developer with @Google.
I have a few questions in mind. Regarding who ultimately owns AI Agents you develop to work for your project? Yes it is possible to employ robots as employees!!
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01May/23

AI did not kill the Metaverse

May 1, 2023 /Technology/ — The likely reasons for the Metaverse losing its shine is that there is a new kid on the blockchain. And if you’re always chasing shiny new objects, this latest one is in many ways more impressive as it’s much easier to play with. Even as the Metaverse appears to be losing its lustre for fans, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is not turning into a niche platform. It is a mainstream technology that is already being used in a variety of industries. In fact, the global AI market is expected to reach $390.9 billion by 2025. Continue reading

29Apr/23

Which types of jobs are threatened by AI and automation?

April 28, 2023 /Economy/ — Generative AI is a type of artificial intelligence that is capable of generating text, images, and other content that is indistinguishable from human-created output. This technology has the potential to automate a wide range of tasks that are currently performed by humans, including customer service, data entry, and even creative writing.

The Goldman Sachs report predicts that generative AI could automate 18% of work globally, with the effects felt most deeply in advanced economies. This is because advanced economies tend to have a higher concentration of white-collar jobs, which are more susceptible to automation. Continue reading

28Mar/23

ChatGPT struggles with Wordle puzzles, which says a lot about how it works

Michael G. Madden, University of Galway

The AI chatbot known as ChatGPT, developed by the company OpenAI, has caught the public’s attention and imagination. Some applications of the technology are truly impressive, such as its ability to summarise complex topics or to engage in long conversations.

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10Feb/23

Bard, Bing and Baidu: how big tech’s AI race will transform search – and all of computing

Toby Walsh, UNSW Sydney

Today, if you want to find a good moving company, you might ask your favourite search engine – Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo perhaps – for some advice.

After wading past half a page of adverts, you get a load of links to articles on moving companies. You click on one of the links and finally read about how to pick a good ’un. But not for much longer.

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27Jan/23

ChatGPT: why education should embrace the AI chatbot, not shun it

Brian Lucey, Trinity College Dublin and Michael Dowling, Dublin City University

Just under two months ago, the US artificial intelligence company OpenAI introduced a program called ChatGPT. Essentially an advanced chatbot, it has been the subject of much debate.

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