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Does AI have a sense of humor?

Back in January, a lot of people were infuriated by the very idea of a posthumous, AI-generated George Carlin special—at least until it turned out to be written by a human. Jeff Ganim was not one of those people. “I want to see an AI Jerry Seinfeld cracking jokes in a hundred years about the towels in a hotel on the moon,” the AI prompt engineer says. Ganim’s recent creation, PFFT, named after one of the sounds people’s lips allegedly make when they find something funny, uses an AI model to dispense The Onion-style…

Italy: Italian watchdog’s AI staff struggle spotlights global challenge

Soon after Italian watchdog Garante took on ChatGPT with a temporary shutdown locally last year, it tried to strengthen its team by hiring four artificial intelligence (AI) experts.But Italy's data protection agency could not recruit the people it wanted, with a dozen candidates dropping out over issues including pay, highlighting a growing challenge facing regulators around the world. Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIndian School of BusinessISB Professional Certificate…

Summer 2024, with these big improvements

ChatGPT’s next big upgrade might be just around the corner. That’s what OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said during a recent podcast when pressed about the arrival of GPT-5. Altman claimed that he has no idea when GPT-5 is coming, or if it’ll be called that. He teased that OpenAI has other things to launch and improve before the next big ChatGPT upgrade rolls along. However, a new report provides an actual release window for GPT-5. OpenAI should release it this summer, after it completes the final round of internal…

OpenAI’s GPT Store flooded with spam and copyright-infringing GPTs, raising questions over moderation

OpenAI's ChatGPT Store is facing a deluge of spam and copyright concerns. The marketplace, designed for custom chatbots powered by OpenAI's generative AI models, is grappling with an influx of peculiar and potentially copyright-infringing bots, indicating lax moderation efforts.Among the problematic bots are those claiming to generate art based on Disney and Marvel properties, serving as conduits to third-party paid services, and advertising the ability to circumvent AI plagiarism detection tools, Techcrunch reported.…

Sam Altman’s OpenAI may bring big upgrades with GPT-5; Know how it will improve ChatGPT

OpenAI's generative AI chatbot ChatGPT has gained immense popularity since its launch in November 2022. The company developed a large language model (LLM) called GPT which powers ChatGPT. Currently, the tool is powered by GPT-4, enabling it to generate responses based on user prompts. Now, OpenAI is speculated to launch GPT-5 in the coming months which is expected to be the biggest ChatGPT upgrade till now. If you have been using the tool with its premium version, check out what the upcoming LLM may bring to ChatGPT.…

New report says GPT-5 is coming soon and materially better

GPT-5, OpenAI’s next large language model (LLM), is in the pipeline and should be launched within months, people close to the matter told Business Insider.  Two anonymous sources told the publication that GPT-5 may be set to release during the summer and that OpenAI is currently sending demos of the technology, as well as updates to the accompanying ChatGPT chatbot, to its enterprise customers for testing.  One CEO who got to experience a GPT-5 demo that provided use cases specific to his company was highly…

Free site can improve your questions

One of the best things about ChatGPT, or your generative AI chatbot of choice, is that it gets better the more you learn about how to use it. ChatGPT results are only as good as the prompts you provide. The AI will try to give you the right answer every time, but it will improve as you get better at delivering prompts.You can, of course, follow up with additional questions to tune the results further. And you absolutely should turn every ChatGPT prompt into a chat. Additional questions based on the initial reply…

Here’s Proof You Can Train an AI Model Without Slurping Copyrighted Content

In 2023, OpenAI told the UK parliament that it was “impossible” to train leading AI models without using copyrighted materials. It’s a popular stance in the AI world, where OpenAI and other leading players have used materials slurped up online to train the models powering chatbots and image generators, triggering a wave of lawsuits alleging copyright infringement. Two announcements Wednesday offer evidence that large language models can in fact be trained without the permissionless use of copyrighted materials.A group of…

After its early OpenAI bet, Microsoft hiring Mustafa Suleyman and Inflection's staff continues a strategy of developing close ties with…

Camilla Hodgson / Financial Times: After its early OpenAI bet, Microsoft hiring Mustafa Suleyman and Inflection's staff continues a strategy of developing close ties with leading AI practitioners — Satya Nadella's hiring of Mustafa Suleyman continues strategy of developing close ties with fledging artificial intelligence companies Camilla Hodgson / Financial Times: After its early OpenAI bet, Microsoft hiring Mustafa Suleyman and Inflection's staff continues a strategy of developing close ties…

8 Google Employees Invented Modern AI. Here’s the Inside Story

The last two weeks before the deadline were frantic. Though officially some of the team still had desks in Building 1945, they mostly worked in 1965 because it had a better espresso machine in the micro-kitchen. “People weren’t sleeping,” says Gomez, who, as the intern, lived in a constant debugging frenzy and also produced the visualizations and diagrams for the paper. It’s common in such projects to do ablations—taking things out to see whether what remains is enough to get the job done.“There was every possible…