Tag Archives: Computational neuroscience

28Apr/23

What is the EU proposal regulation on generative AI?

The European Commission proposed a regulation on Artificial Intelligence (AI), also known as the AI Act. The AI Act is the first-ever legal framework on AI by a major regulator anywhere. The AI Act aims to ensure that AI systems placed on the market in the European Union are trustworthy and do not pose unacceptable risks to people, fundamental rights, or the environment. Continue reading
27Apr/23

AI can process more information than humans – so will it stop us repeating our mistakes?

Anders Sandberg, University of Oxford

It is a cliche that not knowing history makes one repeat it. As many people have also pointed out, the only thing we learn from history is that we rarely learn anything from history. People engage in land wars in Asia over and over. They repeat the same dating mistakes, again and again. But why does this happen? And will technology put an end to it?

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25Apr/23

ChatGPT: how to use AI as a virtual financial adviser

Eun Young (EY) Oh, University of Portsmouth

From chatbots and virtual assistants to fraud detection and risk management, artificial intelligence (AI) is now being used in many areas of finance. But what could an AI system like ChatGPT do for your bank balance?

AI tools might seem overly complex or expensive to non-experts, but advances in natural language processing and machine learning could turn ChatGPT and similar products into virtual personal finance assistants. This would mean having an expert on hand to help you make sense of the latest financial news and data.

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22Apr/23

How newsrooms are introducing AI in their workflows.

April 21, 2023 /Media/ –There are a number of ways that newsrooms are introducing AI into their workflows. Some newsrooms are using AI to automate tasks, such as fact-checking and data analysis. Others are using AI to generate content, such as headlines and summaries. Still others are using AI to personalize content for readers. Some of the most common uses include: Continue reading

21Apr/23

Stability AI Partners with Iconic Artist Peter Gabriel to Launch Series of AI Animation Challenges titled #DiffuseTogether

Stability AI, the world’s leading open-source artificial intelligence company, together with music legend Peter Gabriel, announces the debut of its Stability AI DiffuseTogether Challenge. This groundbreaking initiative combines the power of generative AI imaging with the talents of a Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famer, and is the first in a series of AI animation challenges that will feature other popular musicians from different genres. Continue reading

20Apr/23

What Large Language Models (or LLMs) are, how they are developed, and how they work.

April 19, 2023 /Technology/ — A large language model (LLM) is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that is trained on a massive amount of text data. This data can be anything from books and articles to social media posts and code. LLMs are able to learn the statistical relationships between words and phrases, which allows them to generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. LLMs can be used for a variety of tasks, including: Continue reading

19Apr/23

Guidelines on how best to utilize AI tools for coding

April 19, 2023 /Technology/ — There are a few guidelines on how best to utilize AI tools for coding. Overall, AI tools can be a valuable asset for programmers. However, it is important to use them wisely and to be aware of their limitations. Here are a few tips: Continue reading

19Apr/23

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the world

April 19, 2023 /Technology/ — Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the world in many ways. It is already being used in a variety of industries, including healthcare, finance, and transportation. In the future, AI is expected to have an even greater impact on our lives.

Here are some of the ways that AI is changing the world: Continue reading

18Apr/23

Prompt Engineering, the art of crafting effective instructions for AI models

April 18, 2023 /Technology/– Prompt engineering is the art (not science) of crafting effective instructions for AI models. It is a relatively new field, but it is quickly becoming an essential skill for anyone who wants to work with AI models.

Prompt engineering is important because AI models are not always able to understand what we want them to do. They are trained on large datasets of text and code, but they do not have the same understanding of language as humans do. This means that we need to be very careful when we give them instructions.
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17Apr/23

The Stanford University report “The State of AI in 2023”

April 17, 2023 /Technology/ — The Stanford University report “The State of AI in 2023” provides a comprehensive overview of the field of artificial intelligence (AI). The report covers a wide range of topics, including AI research, AI applications, and the impact of AI on society.

Here are some of the key takeaways from the report: Continue reading