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DeepMind, the AI research division of Google, has announced that it is developing a new chatbot that could rival ChatGPT, the current state-of-the-art chatbot. The new chatbot, which is still under development, is said to be able to generate more realistic and coherent conversation than ChatGPT.
NASA is developing a new AI assistant for astronauts that is similar to ChatGPT. The assistant, which is called the ChatGPT-like Assistant for Astronauts (CAA), is designed to help astronauts with tasks such as scheduling meetings, managing their workload, and providing information.
Researchers have developed an AI that can detect eye diseases with 90% accuracy. The AI, which is called the Deep Learning Eye Disease Detection System, was trained on a dataset of over 100,000 images of eyes. The AI can be used to detect a variety of eye diseases, including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration.
Baidu’s Ernie bot has beaten ChatGPT on key AI tests. Ernie is a large language model that was trained on a dataset of over 1.56 trillion words. Ernie was able to outperform ChatGPT on tasks such as question answering, summarization, and translation.
Joonko, an AI-powered diversity recruiting firm, is in chaos after its CEO was accused of fraud. The CEO, who has not been named, is accused of using fake resumes to generate leads for Joonko. Joonko has since suspended its operations and is investigating the allegations.
Wimbledon has teamed up with IBM to introduce generative AI video commentary. The new commentary, which is powered by IBM’s Watson AI platform, will provide viewers with real-time insights and analysis during matches. The commentary will be available in English, French, and German.
SnapCalorie, a computer vision health app, has raised $3 million in funding. The app uses AI to analyze food photos and estimate the calorie content of meals. SnapCalorie is designed to help users track their calorie intake and make healthier food choices.
Crypto scams are on the rise as AI-generated fake profiles become more sophisticated. Scammers are using AI to create fake profiles that look like real people. These profiles are then used to lure victims into investing in fraudulent cryptocurrency schemes.