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Google Sued for Allegedly Secretly Collecting Data to Train AI

A new lawsuit alleges that Google has secretly collected data from millions of Americans without their knowledge or consent to train its AI products. The lawsuit, filed by the Clarkson Law Firm, claims that Google violates the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) by accessing and collecting data from people’s computers without their permission.

OpenAI’s GPT-4 Model Gets Lazier and Dumber

A new study has found that OpenAI’s GPT-4 language model is getting lazier and dumber over time. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, found that GPT-4 increasingly relies on pre-trained data to generate text rather than learning new information from the real world. This leads to a decrease in the model’s overall quality and accuracy.

ChatGPT Is Being Used to Cheat on College Homework

A new report has found that ChatGPT, a large language model created by OpenAI, is used by students to cheat on college homework. The security firm Check Point Software Technologies report found that ChatGPT can be used to generate indistinguishable text from human-written text. This makes it easy for students to use ChatGPT to complete their homework assignments without actually doing any work.

China Introduces Rules Governing Generative AI Services

China has introduced new rules governing generative AI services, such as ChatGPT. The rules are designed to prevent the misuse of generative AI for tasks such as generating fake news and propaganda. The rules also require generative AI providers to obtain user consent before using their data to train their models.

Crypto Miner Hive Digital Drops Blockchain AI Pivot

Crypto miner Hive Digital has announced that it is dropping its blockchain AI pivot. The company had been developing an AI-powered platform for managing its mining operations but decided to focus on its core mining business. Hive Digital said that the AI platform was not yet ready for commercial use and that it did not want to divert resources away from its mining operations.

Google Launches NotebookLM, an AI Note-Taking Assistant

Google has launched NotebookLM, an AI note-taking assistant. NotebookLM can automatically generate notes from text, code, and other sources. It can also translate text, summarize documents, and answer questions. NotebookLM is still under development, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way people take notes.

ChatGPT Already Floods Some Corners of the Internet with Spam

ChatGPT, a large language model created by OpenAI, is already being used to flood some corners of the internet with spam. The spam is generated by users using ChatGPT to create fake accounts and post spam messages. This is a problem because it can make distinguishing between real and fake accounts difficult.

Meta Releases Commercial AI Tools to Rival Google and OpenAI

Meta has released a set of commercial AI tools that are designed to rival those offered by Google and OpenAI. The tools include a natural language processing (NLP) model, a computer vision (CV) model, and a machine translation (MT) model. Meta said that the tools are designed to be easy to use and affordable, and they can be used to build various AI-powered applications.

Elon Musk Launches XAI Startup to Protect Humanity from AI

Elon Musk has launched a new startup called XAI, which is dedicated to protecting humanity from artificial intelligence. XAI aims to develop AI safety technologies to prevent AI from being used maliciously. Musk has said that he is concerned about the potential for AI to be used for harmful purposes, such as creating autonomous weapons or manipulating people’s minds.

Google’s Bard AI Chatbot Has Learned to Talk

Google’s Bard AI chatbot has learned to talk. Bard can now hold conversations with people and can even generate different creative text formats, like poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, etc. Bard is still under development, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way people interact with computers.

The Future of AI is Open Source

The future of AI is open source. This is because open-source AI models are more transparent and accountable than closed-source models. Open-source models also allow for more collaboration and innovation, which is essential for the continued development of AI.




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