Using new hardware, generative AI outputs have become nearly instantaneous, opening up new opportunities for AI companies.
Google has released the next major update to its Gemini LLM, now in version 1.5. Among other improvements, it brings the longest context window and quite surprisingly, near-perfect token recall even on longer context length inputs.
AI behind modern LLMs has a tendency to escalate situations. It finds escalation the solution to most problems and threats, including launching nukes, making it unfit for use in the military before we fully understand the risks.
Google releases Gemini Ultra as part of the $20 Google One AI Premium subscription. On-par with GPT-4 now. Also releases an Android app.
AI tools to summarize stuff are taking over the world, making our lives easier and easier. But is this overdependence that we need to be careful about?
Microsoft’s latest Future of Work Report comments on how AI is reshaping how we work, presenting generative AI in an overwhelmingly positive light.
Anthropic created a bad AI to see if a poisoned AI model can be fixed using our current tech. The researchers found we can’t fix such an LLM.
Big tech companies are being reckless in developing their AI products, says UN Secretary-General António Guterres at the WEF.
Taylor Swift’s deepfaked images surfaced on social media, outraging everyone from fans to the White House.
Apple has amped up its hiring and acquisitions, working on artificial intelligence tools and models for its next generation of products with the notable feature of running locally on the machines themselves.