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ChatGPT update brings useful feature known from Microsoft’s Bing Chat

Maximilian Schreiner Max is managing editor at THE DECODER. As a trained philosopher, he deals with consciousness, AI, and the question of whether machines can really think or just pretend to. ChatGPT now provides contextual questions and answers in each chat, as well as suggestions for starting a new chat on various topics, such as …

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AudioCraft is Meta’s free model kit for text-to-audio tasks

Summary With Audiocraft, Meta releases three AI tools for music and audio generation for research purposes. Audiocraft consists of Meta’s MusicGen, an AI model introduced in June 2023 that can generate melodies and musical pieces from text and other music. Also part of Audiocraft is AudioGen, a Transformer-based generative AI model introduced in October 2022 …

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Blogging portal Medium bans AI content, saying it’s “a home for human writing”

Summary Added latest Medium.com statement Updated August 2, 2023: Medium has decided, “We are a home for human writing, full stop.” People prefer to read text written by people, argues Scott Lamb, Medium’s content director, on the company’s blog. AI-assisted writing is “allowed” but no longer “welcome.” Text written entirely by AI isn’t a good …

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DeepL launches Europe’s Largest NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD for advanced AI translation

Matthias Bastian Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers. Germany-based DeepL has installed an NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD to expand its LLM capabilities. Located in a Swedish data center, it is the “first commercial deployment of this scale …

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BTLM-3B-8k-base brings LLM capabilities to devices with just 3GB of memory

Matthias Bastian Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers. Cerebras and Opentensor have trained a powerful 3 billion parameter language model with an 8k context length window, called BTLM-3B-8k-base, on the Condor Galaxy 1 (CG-1) supercomputer. This …

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Warren Buffett still cautious about investing in AI, despite being amazed by ChatGPT

Matthias Bastian Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers. Warren Buffett expressed cautious fascination with artificial intelligence and ChatGPT in a CNBC interview. While admitting that he doesn’t understand AI enough to invest in it, the legendary …

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Get ready to chat with Abraham Lincoln

Summary Google and Meta see potential in chatbots and AI assistance. Meta is reportedly planning multiple chatbots at once, while Google is preparing an LLM upgrade for Assistant. According to the Financial Times, Meta is preparing a series of chatbots with different personalities to encourage interaction on its social media platforms through human-like conversations. The …

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MIT’s PhotoGuard aims to protect original images from AI manipulation and deepfakes

Summary AI-generated images are becoming more and more realistic, and so far there is no reliable way to detect them. Researchers at MIT can’t change that, but they can at least protect existing images from AI manipulation. Instead of trying to detect manipulation, the researchers want to make the original images more resistant, so that …

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GPT-4 passes first Harvard semester in humanities and social sciences experiment

Summary Harvard University student Maya Bodnick wanted to see if GPT-4 could pass Harvard’s first-year home essays in the humanities and social sciences. Bodnick had GPT-4 write seven essays on topics such as economic concepts, presidentialism in Latin America, and a literary analysis of a passage from Proust. She then gave the essays to the …

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