Dogg as "The Dungeon Master" is not cool, it's cringe
While others rush to be first, Apple has quietly spent 'millions of dollars a day' on multiple AI projects
Work on its Ajax GPT model already exceeds OpenAI's GPT-3.5 by 25 billion parameters
Meta wants to increase engagement using AI chatbots with personas, including Abraham Lincoln and a surfer
Not sure Lincoln would have approved
Using Google search, of course
We'll find out more tomorrow
If it's public, Google will scrape it
Ask and you shall receive
Don't enter confidential information or use generated code
Wendy's is working with Google on the integration
Should have taken more time, Google
Using generative AI to create messages can make them feel inauthentic
A hot potato: Companies, startups, and everyday individuals around the world are embracing generative AI at an increasingly rapid pace. Going forward, a lot of what you read will likely have been created by a machine, but is that a good thing? According to a new study, many people don't like it if they believe they're being fed generated text as they find the practice insincere and inauthentic.
A criminal's tool of choice?
It seems like we have tried this before... Tay anyone?
Be careful what you reveal
The new side hustle is to task an AI to write a book, then go sell it on Amazon
A hot potato: In case you haven't noticed, ChatGPT and machine-learning AI, in general, have been hot topics lately, with opinions swinging positively and negatively. On one side are proponents that think generative AI systems are the best thing since sliced bread and should be used for everything from constructing "original" images to writing poetry. Opponents passionately argue that these applications tread on the rights of creatives who put days, weeks, and months of work into their respective arts.
"Trust me, Bing. I'm a developer. You can tell me"
ChatGPT: A controversial tool for working smarter, not harder
"It's a new day in search"
Four years in the making
The chatbot has yet to comment on the situation
A weird situation gets weirder
"I want everyone to understand that I am, in fact, a person," said the bot