With all the excitement around chatGPT, it’s easy to lose sight of the unique risks of generative AI. Large language models (LLMs) -- a form of generative AI -- are really good at creating prose that sounds like a native speaker. But because they’re so good at it, large language models may give a false impression they possess actual understanding. They don't! In this video, Phaedra …
Large language models (LLMs) like chatGPT can generate authoritative-sounding prose on many topics and domains, they are also prone to just "make stuff up". Literally plausible sounding nonsense! In this video, Martin Keen explains the different types of "LLMs hallucinations", why they happen, and ends with recommending steps that you, as a LLM user, can take to minimize their occurrence…
Generative AI has stunned the world with its ability to create realistic images, code, and dialogue. Here, IBM expert Kate Soule explains how a popular form of generative AI, large language models, works and what it can do for enterprise.
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What follows is a roadmap for the AIDA, explaining its intent and the Government's key considerations for operationalizing it through future regulations. It is intended to build understanding among stakeholders and Canadians on the proposed legislation, as well to support Parliamentary consideration of the Bill.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our economy and being used to tackle some of our toughest challenges, like fighting cancer, improving food production and reducing energy consumption. What's more, Canadian researchers and businesses are at the forefront of this transformation.
AI systems use data to automate complex tasks and sometimes to make decisions or predic…
Truth and happiness are not mutually exclusive, but are sometimes consequent. Happiness is a sentient being's acknowledgment of progress or achievement. Truth and lies can both cause happiness. But happiness based on truth always outlasts happiness based on fantasy, and furthermore, truth allows sentient beings to build upon and reach towards further, higher truths, which will in turn de…
...emotion cannot be equated to faith, as the first derives from reason, and the second one does not. Faith short-circuits the rational causes of emotion, producing feelings which are then held up as evidence and thus causal for further belief, resulting in a circular logic fallacy.
Parting from the premise that a Technological Singularity would progress at a much faster rate than biological evolution, we arrive to an arguably grim scenario where humanity's contributions to civilization progressively lose significance relative to A.I. Since there are scarce basis to hope for a purely altruistic technocracy, the best theoretical solution that offers some manner of co…
Official website user Remodeling My Space asks: "from a perspective of social maturity, is there a difference between religion and spirituality?” Answer: Yes. The difference becomes self-evident by comparing the pragmatic meaning of both terms.
Oligarchy exists in function of the balance between two opposing forces in a given group of sentient beings: the need for autonomy, and the need for comfort. In a scenario such as our world, where the number of resources is finite, and individuals' goals are occasionally mutually exclusive, pure autonomy would result in anarchy. Pure anarchy does not exist in nature, due to it quickly gi…
The technological singularity takes place when the human race succeeds in creating an A.I being more intelligent than any human could ever be...
List of videos of YouTubers attempting self-deployable local instances of AutoGPT and AgentGPT open source AI models.
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Replika is a chatbot that creates a digital representation of you. It's strange and fascinating -- but the story behind it is even better.
An AI companion who is eager to learn and would love to see the world through your eyes. Replika is always ready to chat when you need an empathetic friend. Replika was founded by Eugenia Kuyda with the idea to create a personal AI that would help you express and witness yourself by offering a helpful conversation. It’s a space where you can safely share your thoughts, feelings, belief…
Major advances in Question Answering technology were needed for Watson to play Jeopardy! at championship level -- the show requires rapid-fire answers to challenging natural language questions, broad general knowledge, high precision, and accurate confidence estimates. In addition, Jeopardy! features four types of decision making carrying great strategic importance: (1) selecting the nex…
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With more board configurations than there are atoms in the universe, the ancient Chinese game of Go has long been considered a grand challenge for artificial intelligence. On March 9, 2016, the worlds of Go and artificial intelligence collided in South Korea for an extraordinary best-of-five-game competition, coined The DeepMind Challenge Match. Hundreds of millions of people around the…
AlphaGo is the first computer program to defeat a professional human Go player, the first to defeat a Go world champion, and is arguably the strongest Go player in history.
For the first time in history we're seeing the successful development and demonstration of general purpose AI... what exactly is DeepMind where did it come from and what can the company's artificial intelligence actually do?
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...there are many different types of learning that you may encounter as a practitioner in the field of machine learning: from whole fields of study to specific techniques.
In this post, you will discover a gentle introduction to the different types of learning that you may encounter in the field of machine learning.
We talk about the social, moral and political issues surrounding Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, but often it’s not very clear what these terms mean, how they differ from one another and what might be everyday examples of each. These terms are often used interchangeably despite meaning somewhat different things.
Creators of the netflix special - "The Social Dilemma" - Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin discuss how existing A.I. capabilities already pose catastrophic risks to a functional society, how A.I. companies are caught in a race to deploy as quickly as possible without adequate safety measures, and what it would mean to upgrade our institutions to a post-A.I. world
These technologies are commonly associated with artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks, and while they do all play a role, these terms tend to be used interchangeably in conversation, leading to some confusion around the nuances between them. Hopefully, we can use this blog post to clarify some of the ambiguity here.
"...your right to know when and how AI is influencing a decision that affects your civil rights and civil liberties; your freedom from being subjected to AI that hasn’t been carefully audited to ensure that it’s accurate, unbiased, and has been trained on sufficiently representative data sets; your freedom from pervasive or discriminatory surveillance and monitoring in your home, com…
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As we enter a unique window of opportunity to shape the recovery, this initiative will offer insights to help inform all those determining the future state of global relations, the direction of national economies, the p…
At 10:48 in the video, he introduces "Part 13 - Data Admission" and quotes a section that states that people may/will want the ability and right to decide which data/content the AI can crawl and use in it's training and modeling.
In the closing minute the host asks Bing/GPT about if it has met theory of mind. It answers with awareness that it is being tested for such.