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Elon Musk xAI’s Chatbot Grok is “Anti-Woke AI”

Musk, who founded and funded OpenAI but later parted ways with the company, has criticized ChatGPT and similar AI products for being too “woke.” Grok, described as a “real-time” and “maximum truth-seeking” chatbot, seeks to differentiate itself from ChatGPT and similar AI models. Musk’s ideological concerns about “woke” AI likely played a role in the development of xAI. Musk believes that training AI to conform to a specific ideology can be harmful and negatively impact its growth potential. Grok aims to be less afraid of being offensive or venturing into controversial territory. It seeks to offer a more humorous and familiar style compared to its competitors. 

The rise of “woke capitalism” and concerns about bias and censorship in AI models are key issues in this debate. Musk sees the decisions made by companies like OpenAI about what topics AI should discuss as a form of ideological control. He believes there should be a greater emphasis on free speech and open discussion rather than conforming to a specific worldview.

xAI’s launch of Grok represents Elon Musk’s attempt to introduce an alternative AI competitor to challenge the prevailing “woke” ideology. By offering a rebellious and truth-seeking character, Grok aims to differentiate itself and appeal to users who prefer a non-woke alternative.

Samsung’s Galaxy S24 to Feature On-Device AI with Samsung Gauss

Samsung is set to unveil its upcoming Galaxy S24 handset, which will include on-device generative AI known as Samsung Gauss. Gauss, developed by Samsung Research, has the ability to generate and edit images, compose emails, summarize documents, and even act as a coding assistant. This integration into the Galaxy S24 will enhance user experience and improve work efficiency. Gauss is named after Carl Friedrich Gauss, the renowned mathematician who established the theory of normal distribution, which forms the basis of machine learning and AI. 

Amazon Invests in Massive Language Model “Olympus” to Compete with OpenAI and Alphabet

Amazon is reportedly investing millions in developing an LLM called “Olympus” with 2 trillion parameters. The company aims to rival top models from OpenAI and Alphabet, such as OpenAI’s GPT-4 model, which has one trillion parameters. Led by Rohit Prasad, former head of Alexa, the team is working to train the model and consolidate AI efforts across the company. 

By 2025, over 90% of online content could be generated by AI

The creation of fake videos using AI will become so advanced that discerning between real and fake content will be nearly impossible. AI developers are on the verge of releasing tools that will enable anyone, including bad international actors, to create widespread misinformation. Experts estimate that by 2025, over 90% of online content could be generated by AI, leading to the collapse of AI models due to the overwhelming amount of data produced autonomously. Concerns about the misuse of AI technology for election interference, fraud, revenge porn, and cyberattacks are mounting among national security officials. 

Unemployed Man Uses AI to Apply for 5000 Jobs, Get 20 Interviews

A software engineer named Julian Joseph resorted to using an AI tool called LazyApply to apply for 5,000 jobs in a single click, hoping to increase his chances of finding employment. While he managed to secure around 20 job interviews, the success rate was only about half a percent. Joseph believes tools like LazyApply indicate a broken job application process, and he views it as reclaiming some power from companies. However, this approach also highlights the tediousness of job applications and the increasing reliance on AI tools to screen applicants. The most effective way to find a job remains through referrals rather than using AI tools.




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