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The establishment of OpenAI’s “Preparedness Framework” has been announced. To mitigate the “catastrophic risks” that come with advanced artificial intelligence systems, the framework calls for the establishment of a specialised team to evaluate such hazards. OpenAI said in a blog post on December 18 that its recently formed “Preparedness Team” will act as a liaison between the organization’s safety and policy departments. The role of this team is to act as a kind of checks and balances system to guard against any risks related to increasingly sophisticated AI models. It was said by OpenAI that it would not release its…

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OpenAI and news publishing behemoth Axel Springer have inked a multi-year licencing deal. As per the deal, OpenAI will cover the costs of using Axel Springer’s material on platforms including Bild and Welt in Europe and Politico and Business Insider in the United States. ChatGPT will utilise the content to train its artificial intelligence systems and generate answers. An important development in the cooperation between artificial intelligence technology and the media sector is this alliance. Through leveraging Axel Springer’s extensive content library, OpenAI hopes to improve ChatGPT’s functionality and give consumers more precise and pertinent information. The agreement also emphasises…

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Andreessen Horowitz and Lightspeed Ventures led a €385 million ($415 million) investment round that French artificial intelligence startup Mistral AI has announced is complete. At this point, the company is worth about $2 billion. The money will go towards developing the company’s open-source software and technology. Mistral AI is focused on chatbot development, generative AI tools, and open-source technology that can be customised. The company plans to provide its products to the public by the beginning of 2024. In June of this year, Mistral AI closed a $113 million seed round, valued at $260 million, as previously reported by Foresight…

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The financial sector is always coming up with new ways to make spending money easier, and the next wave of digital payment systems is being driven by artificial intelligence (AI). Even if a lot of customers are using AI as a financial tool, the majority still don’t trust the technology with their money. According to a recent Empower study of 999 American adults, most people believe AI can help with financial planning; nearly two-thirds (65%) said they would utilise the technology to get performance updates or account balances. More than half of respondents said they would use AI in other…

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In response to complaints regarding the purported usage of AI in a League of Legends video announcement, Riot Games has stated that the voice-over problems were not caused by AI but rather by the human voice actor not receiving the necessary guidance. Riot Games sent us to a tweet from the League of Legends Wild Rift account that offered a status update. On November 23, the League of Legends Wild Rift account released an introduction video featuring the game character Sivir, who the narrator described as “severe.” This was when the trouble started. While game makers have begun to welcome…

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In a Series A fundraising round, Chris Gibson, co-founder of Recursion Pharmaceuticals Inc., Index Ventures, Kindred Capital, and Tom Glocer, former CEO of Thomson Reuters Corp. and board member of Merck & Co., contributed to the $24 million raised by the European biotech company Cradle. Including a seed round last year, the 2021-founded business has already raised a total of $33 million. Cradle is an artificial intelligence platform that helps scientists more economically and efficiently design and manipulate proteins. The company is actively developing a variety of protein sequences and 3D structures for vaccines, lab-grown food, enzymes, and other materials.…

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Before being kicked off the OpenAI board, Sam Altman travelled to the Middle East in order to raise billions of dollars for a new semiconductor business called Tigris that focuses on artificial intelligence. Although the chip business is still in the early phases of investor discussions and has not yet been formally established, it has the potential to develop semiconductors that rival Nvidia. In addition, Altman has been looking for money to develop a hardware product with an AI focus with former Apple design leader Jony Ive. Seeking tens of billions of cash for these new enterprises, Altman has been…

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Numerous notable figures have confirmed their attendance at the first AI Safety Summit. This has cleared the path for an AI-filled future. Elon Musk and Rishi Sunak are the two figures that have received the greatest attention. Even if it is only natural for the CEO of Tesla to be the center of attention, it was encouraging to witness a young politician have a meaningful conversation on how technology would likely shape humanity in the future. They were worried about how artificial intelligence would be used, controlled, and safeguarded within bounds to prevent any negative impacts on humans. Musk said…

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On November 1, the United Kingdom declared that it will increase financing to £300 million ($363.57 million) for two supercomputers with AI. Following the end of the first day of the global AI Safety Summit, the announcement was made. The main focus of the conference was on developing safer advanced AI models, and the supercomputers, called the AI study Resource, will support this study. The investment, according to UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, would guarantee that the country’s scientific expertise gets the resources necessary to create the safest possible AI models. The capability of the two new supercomputers will be…

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The News Media Alliance (NMA) asserts that in order to train their models, artificial intelligence companies largely rely on the illicit extraction of copyrighted content from journalists and news outlets. The NMA claimed that the data sets used to train AI models contain much more news publisher material than other sources in a 77-page white paper and accompanying filing to the US Copyright Office. As a result, news outlets face competition from AI models and copyright violations by AI-generated content. The NMA contends that although news organisations make investments and take chances, AI developers gain from users, data, the development…

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Giant Oak Search Technology (GOST), an AI-powered tool, is being used by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to search social media posts for content that is considered disparaging to the country. The news, which 404 Media broke first, has sparked debate regarding privacy rights and the morality of this kind of monitoring. Per the article citing private papers, GOST assists the agency in assessing social media posts to determine their potential risk to the United States. A person’s social media scores are ranked by the system on a scale of one to 100 according to how relevant…

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With a $2 billion pledge, Google is dramatically boosting its investment in Anthropic, the company behind Claude AI. A representative for Anthropic verified the investment, which was first reported by the Wall Street Journal and will be paid for in two installments of $500 million and $1.5 billion. Compared to Google’s earlier $400 million investment in Anthropic in February, this is a significant boost. Amazon, a massive player in e-commerce, also pledged to invest $4 billion in the business last month. The recent development in the ongoing AI competition between Google, Microsoft, and Amazon is the large investment made by…

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A new programme called Nightshade could assist artists in preventing generative AI models from using their work without their consent. These models, which have attracted widespread notice this year, are based on enormous libraries of previously created works of art and have astounding possibilities for producing visual representations. When data is given into an image generator, Nightshade deploys optimised, prompt-specific data poisoning techniques to taint the information needed to train AI models. It has long been known that machine learning models may be poisoned, but Nightshade is special since it can also poison generative AI models, which was previously believed…

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In its responses, Google Assistant will soon use Bard, Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) conversation service. Google Assistant is artificial intelligence (AI) software found on Android mobile devices and Google Home products like the Nest Mini and Nest Hub. Google’s browser-based ChatGPT competitor to OpenAI’s ChatGPT is called Bard. Bard is a more recent AI programme that can perform tasks beyond those of Google Assistant, including writing essays, writing cover letters, writing computer code, and responding to challenging questions in arithmetic or history. Google shared a presentation at an open-to-the-public Made by Google event and posted updates on social media on…

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According to reports, Microsoft is creating a new team and employing a specialist to create an energy strategy based on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) and microreactor energy in order to progress its artificial intelligence (AI) objectives. According to a job posting obtained by The Verge, the tech giant is looking for a principal programme manager to oversee its nuclear technology initiatives in support of AI model development. The ideal applicant should have at least six years of experience in engineering, the energy sector, or the nuclear industry. The job also includes investigating more experimental energy technologies. Due to sophisticated computations…

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To compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Meta AI, an AI-powered assistant. Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, and eventually mixed reality gadgets will all have Meta AI built in. The new assistant, which was created in collaboration with Microsoft Bing, is driven by the company’s massive language model Llama 2 and gives consumers access to real-time online information. According to Zuckerberg, Meta AI differs from ChatGPT primarily in that it focuses on developing unique AI products for various use cases as opposed to developing a universal chatbot. In each of the company’s social media platforms, for instance, Meta AI…

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Reports says that Meta has refuted claims that its artificial intelligence (AI) model Llama was developed using content that was protected by copyright from well-known novels. On September 18, Meta asked for the accusations brought by author Sarah Silverman and other authors accusing the business of breaking copyrights to train its AI system to be dismissed in a San Francisco federal court. The parent corporation of Facebook and Instagram claimed that using materials to train its systems constituted “fair use” and was “transformative.” Meta compared their situation to Authors Guild v. Google, Inc., where fair use was established for Google’s…

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