The two companies detail AI partnership at Ignite 2023
The AI era is upon us, and Nvidia wants it to be powered by its GeForce RTX cards
Writing disclaimers to ward off machine scrapers doesn't work
Private posts and conversations were excluded
The unmoderated AI is faster than the competition and can be used by anyone, anywhere
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
AI platforms talking to each other to preserve copyright and (possibly) hallucinate more
OpenAI, Alphabet, and Meta have been called out
A supercomputing-as-a-service solution - an interesting feat in itself
When you train LLMs with LLM-generated content, the results tend to be digital poop
The open-source foundation awarded $100,000 to three "trustworthy" AI solutions
There are three markets for AI chips: training, cloud inference and edge inference. All of them are already fairly crowded
Democratizing generative AI for low-resource Python programmers
The big picture: The world has gone mad for AI. Setting aside what the latest AI models are actually good for, it is not surprising that investors are looking for stocks with "AI exposure." Unfortunately, this turns out to be a fairly short list at the moment, and at the top of that list is Nvidia.
Red team exercises will seek bugs, biases and hallucinations in large language models
Two studies point out the challenges ahead for work positions in the AI era
UMG: "We will not hesitate to take steps to protect our rights and those of our artists"
It seems like we have tried this before... Tay anyone?