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Creators behind ChatGPT respond to the AI chatbot going absolutely viral

Jak Connor | Jan 26, 2023 6:03 AM CST

The explosion of artificial intelligence systems can be traced back to a few different AI projects, but one, in particular, is certainly leading the charge for the next evolution of technology, and that is OpenAI's ChatGPT.

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In a new interview with Fortune, executives at OpenAI revealed the AI chatbot is much more popular than they initially anticipated. For context, ChatGPT managed to gain more than a million users just within the first five days of it being available to the public. The AI chatbot even has sometimes to force newly joined users to wait in a queue as the site is at capacity. This, of course, depends on the time of day its being accessed.

OpenAI co-founder and president Greg Brockman spoke to Fortune and admitted that he didn't even know if ChatGPT was going to work. OpenAI's chief technology officer, Mira Murati, told the magazine that "this was definitely surprising." Notably, the decision to release ChatGPT to the public was one that was made to overcome hurdles in its development. Brockman said that artificial intelligence was released to the public because the company's initial effort into creating chatbots that are experts in specific areas didn't work out.

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AI chatbot passes a final business school exam, beating Wharton students

Jak Connor | Jan 24, 2023 4:07 AM CST

A professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, a prestigious university best known for its rigorous finance program, has given the final exam to Open AI's ChatGPT to see how it would score.

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Professor Christian Terwiesch penned the research paper titled 'Would Chat GPT3 Get a Wharton MBA? A Prediction Based on Its Performance in the Operations Management Course', where the professor details giving the AI chatbot the final exam for the school's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.

According to Terwiesch, ChatGPT scored quite decently, receiving between a B- and a B. The professor explained that the AI showed a "remarkable ability to automate some of the skills of highly compensated knowledge workers in general and specifically the knowledge workers in the jobs held by MBA graduates, including analysts, managers, and consultants."

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Microsoft confirms its investing billions in ChatGPT developer OpenAI

Kosta Andreadis | Jan 23, 2023 9:01 PM CST

Although Microsoft has recently cut over 10,000 employees across its many divisions (including staff at Xbox and Bethesda), the company has just announced that it's expanding its "long-term partnership with OpenAI through a multiyear, multibillion-dollar investment."

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OpenAI is behind the groundbreaking ChatGPT platform, an advanced chatbot so convincing that it's being banned from school and education networks. OpenAI is also behind DALL-E, the powerful AI-based image creation tool that is helping fuel debates and discussions about the legality of creating new works based on learning through analyzing millions of images.

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Scientists use Avatar's motion capture AI technology to diagnose rare diseases

Jak Connor | Jan 23, 2023 3:31 AM CST

Several researchers are using motion capture technology that is commonly used to capture the movements of actors playing roles in films, such as Avatar, to track the progression of rare diseases in patients.

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The new technology has been in development for over 10 years, and according to recent reports, it has been tested in two separate studies where it monitored patients with Friedreich's ataxia (FA) and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). So, how does it work? According to the team behind the project, the AI system analyzes the body movements of the patients and then provides a diagnosis while also giving a prediction of the progression of the disease. With this information, medical professionals are able to diagnose disorders twice as fast as the best doctors.

According to the team that tested the AI technology on FA patients, the new system was able to predict the progression of the disease worsening over the course of twelve months, which is half the amount of time a typical industry expert could. Notably, another team tested the AI system on twenty-one males with DMD and found that the system was able to predict how each of the patients' movement would be impacted six months in the future. Additionally, the prediction by the AI was reportedly much more accurate than a doctor.

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AI creates 1980s 'Matrix' starring Jeff Goldblum as Morpheus

Jak Connor | Jan 23, 2023 3:02 AM CST

Artificial intelligence has created a new 1980s "Matrix" starring Jeff Goldblum as Morpheus, Viggo Mortenson as Neo, and Tommy Lee Jones as Agent Smith.

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The team behind the project are self-proclaimed science fiction enthusiasts that have used artificial intelligence to create what they call the world's first AI-created magazine. The magazine is called Infinite Odyssey and looking at the recent Instagram post on the official Infinite Odyssey Instagram account, we can see a selection of images that the AI created. Typically AI-generated images come with several abnormalities that stand out to the viewer, and sometimes these abnormalities make the viewer think, 'something is off with this image'.

However, Infinite Odyssey's images don't necessarily give this reaction at first glance, but after a detailed inspection, a viewer with a keen eye will be able to spot the minuscule AI errors. In the above image, you can see the AI has added far too many fingers to Agent Smith's hand. Besides this error, the AI has captured the idea of the Matrix, the art style, the coloring, and the seamless inclusion of different actors at a very impressive level.

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Class-action lawsuit filed against AI image generators by a group of artists

Kosta Andreadis | Jan 18, 2023 9:02 PM CST

A group of artists is banding together to seek damages from Stability AI, Midjourney, and DeviantArt for using copyrighted images to train AI art and image generators.

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The US federal class-action lawsuit has been filed in San Francisco, with the group of artists represented by Joseph Saveri Law Firm. The suit takes aim at these specific AI companies, alleging violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act alongside unlawful competition. With Stability AI's Stable Diffusion, Midjourney, and the DreamUp tool on DeviantArt being the focus.

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Getty Images is suing AI art company Stability AI for scraping its content

Kosta Andreadis | Jan 17, 2023 7:28 PM CST

The rise of AI-generated art has been impressive, with several services and tools opening the door to near-limitless and near-instantaneous creations. Without going into too much detail, like all AI-based applications, it's all about learning from vast quantities of sources and styles.

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Image credit: Artur Debat | Getty

And with that, it's something of a legal grey area, as for AI-generated art to be a powerful tool, it needs art created by humans to work from. This makes the news of popular image source Getty Images suing Stability AI a notable moment in the rise of AI-generated art.

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Neuroscientist points out the one thing wrong with AI's like ChatGPT

Jak Connor | Jan 17, 2023 6:33 AM CST

A Princeton neuroscientist has warned that artificial intelligence-powered chatbots such as ChatGPT are sociopaths without the one thing that makes humans special.

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In a new essay detailed by The Wall Street Journal, Princeton neuroscientist Michael Graziano explains that AI-powered chatbots are sociopaths without consciousness and that until developers can implement consciousness, they will pose a real danger to humans. For those that don't know, AI chatbots such as ChatGPT are designed to have human-like conversations by remembering what was written by the human earlier in the conversation, providing almost real-time answers and thorough answers to questions.

While the dangers of AI aren't so prevalent now, in the future, that could very well change as these sophisticated tools are further upgraded and developed. In order to make them more human-like, Graziano proposes that they are taught human traits such as empathy and prosocial behavior. Notably, the neuroscientist says that these systems will need a form of implemented consciousness to understand these traits and, in turn, adjust their responses to align more with human values.

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Microsoft's new AI can clone anyone's voice with just a 3 second audio sample

Jak Connor | Jan 16, 2023 8:02 AM CST

A new artificial intelligence system developed by Microsoft is slated to have the capability of cloning anyone's voice by just listening to a three-second audio example.

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The new AI is called VALL-E, and according to a newly released paper, the system is a neural codec language model that is a text-to-speech synthesizer. According to the report, VALL-E is capable of learning a specific voice and then synthesizing it to be able to say whatever is desired. Additionally, the report claims that VALL-E will be able to produce a voice identical to the example it was given while also retaining the same or a similar level of emotional tone that is heard in speech - something other AI synthesizers struggle to do successfully.

The creators of the AI system believe it will be used to power text-to-speech applications, speech editing, and audio content creation when combined with other generative language models, such as Open AI's immensely popular ChapGPT. Notably, the creators believe that VALL-E would be used for speech editing that would include taking a three-second audio example of an individual's voice and making them say something they didn't. Listen to examples of VALL-E here.

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NVIDIA Broadcast's new AI powered Eye Contact makes sure your eyes are always on

Kosta Andreadis | Jan 15, 2023 10:01 PM CST

NVIDIA Broadcast has hit Version 1.4.0 and is the company's tool for live streams, voice chats, and video conference calls using RTX and AI technology. The latest addition is called Eye Contact (currently in beta). The official description says it "uses AI to make it appear as if you're looking directly at the camera, even when glancing to the side or taking notes" - and the results are impressive.

And if we're being honest, a little scary, too, as the effect looks real - with blinking taken into consideration and eye contact that isn't there suddenly being there. Above is a brief demonstration of Eye Contact as part of the 1.4 update video.

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