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Google Gemini vs. GPT-4: Which is the best AI?

Google’s Gemini artificial intelligence and OpenAI’s ChatGPT that uses the GPT-4 model are two of the most advanced artificial intelligence (AI) solutions available today. They can comprehend and interact with text, images, video, audio, and code, as well as output various alterations of each. they also provide expertise that would cost a lot to replicate with an expert human. But if you’re weighing which tool to put your time and energies into learning how to use, you want to pick the best one. Which is the more…

Wordle Today: Wordle answer and hints for January 2

We have the solution to Wordle on January 2, as well as some helpful hints to help you figure out the answer yourself, right here. We’ve placed the answer at the bottom of the page, so we don’t ruin the surprise before you’ve had a chance to work through the clues. So let’s dive in, starting with a reminder of yesterday’s answer. Yesterday’s Wordle answer Let’s start by first reminding ourselves of yesterday’s Wordle answer for those new to the game or who don’t play it daily, which was “MURAL.” So we can say that…

Scientists Shed New Light on Mystery of Infant Consciousness

An international research study reveals that infants might possess conscious experiences from birth, integrating sensory and cognitive responses to understand their environment. This pioneering work, published in Trends in Cognitive Science, offers novel insights into infant consciousness and perception.An international research team from Trinity College Dublin, along with collaborators in Australia, Germany, and the USA, has discovered evidence suggesting the presence of some form of conscious experience from birth, and…

This is Pi — one of the most amazing Android apps I used in 2023

Nadeem Sarwar / Digital Trends “Find me a few books on mindfulness and meditation.” I posed the question to ChatGPT, and it put a list of 16 books with the authors’ names divided across the two categories I described. It was a quick, albeit somewhat overwhelming, way to process the flood of information. There’s nothing wrong with being forthright. But sometimes, we need an additional nugget of knowledge to guide us. After all, we often have questions we never ask but realize we always wanted it when someone dishes…

What is an NPU? Here’s why everyone’s talking about them

Kunal Khullar / Digital Trends The AI era is upon us. With generative AI continuing to push forward, companies like Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm are also talking about the hardware side of the equation. With the introduction of the NPU, which stands for neural processing unit, processes that use AI will be sped up — at least, in theory. Apple has been using an NPU in its chips for years now, so they aren’t exactly brand new. And yet, being heralded as the “next big thing” across various industries, they’re more important…

Here’s why people are claiming GPT-4 is good again

It appears that OpenAI is busy playing cleanup with its GPT language models after accusations that GPT-4 has been getting “lazy,” “dumb,” and has been experiencing errors outside of the norm for the ChatGPT chatbot circulated social media in late November. Some are even speculating that GPT-4.5 has secretly been rolled out to some users, based on some responses from ChatGPT itself. Regardless of whether or not that’s true, there’s definitely been some positive internal changes over the past behind GPT-4. More GPUs,…

Wordle Today (#901): Wordle answer and hints for December 7

We have the solution to Wordle (#901) on December 7, as well as some helpful hints to help you figure out the answer yourself, right here. We’ve placed the answer at the bottom of the page, so we don’t ruin the surprise before you’ve had a chance to work through the clues. So let’s dive in, starting with a reminder of yesterday’s answer. Yesterday’s Wordle answer Let’s start by first reminding ourselves of yesterday’s Wordle answer for those new to the game or who don’t play it daily, which was “WORST.” So we can say…

One year ago, ChatGPT started a revolution

Airam Dato-on/Pexels / Pexels Exactly one year ago, OpenAI put a simple little web app online called ChatGPT. It wasn’t the first publicly available AI chatbot on the internet, and it also wasn’t the first large language model. But over the following few months, it would grow into one of the biggest tech phenomenons in recent memory. Thanks to how precise and natural its language abilities were, people were quick to shout that the sky was falling and that sentient artificial intelligence had arrived to consume us…

Here’s why people are saying GPT-4 is getting lazy

OpenAI and its technologies have been in the midst of scandal for most of November. Between the swift firing and rehiring of CEO Sam Altman and the curious case of the halted ChatGPT Plus paid subscriptions, OpenAI has kept the artificial intelligence industry in the news for weeks. Now, AI enthusiasts have rehashed an issue that has many wondering whether GPT-4 is getting “lazier” as the language model continues to be trained. Many who use it speed up more intensive tasks have taken to X (formerly Twitter) to air…

What is Project Q*? The mysterious AI breakthrough, explained

Among the whirlwind of speculation around the sudden firing and reinstatement of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, there’s been one central question mark at the heart of the controversy. Why was Altman fired by the board to begin with? We may finally have part of the answer, and it has to do with the handling of a mysterious OpenAI project with the internal codename, “Q*” — or Q Star. Information is limited, but here’s everything we know about the potentially game-changing developments so far. What is Project Q*? Before moving…