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China Tightens Grip on AI Regulation Amid ChatGPT Craze
According to a report by the South China Morning Post, Chinese platforms have taken measures to restrict searches for ChatGPT and disable workarounds. As a result, searching for ChatGPT on Chinese platforms would no longer yield results, and users who try to access workarounds would see a notice stating that they have been suspended for "violating relevant laws and regulations.
There has been a surge of attention towards ChatGPT, which has intensified China's competition in the chatbot industry to develop domestic chatbots. Chinese social media and state media have been inundated with news of the technology's experiments and conversations surrounding its potential applications in academic and other areas.
New York City Government Calls for Stronger Oversight of Artificial Intelligence!
Government’s use of artificial intelligence to improve public services is not new. But there needs to be formal guidelines governing its use. Thomas DiNapoli, state comptroller
The New York State Controller is urging for more stringent supervision of the artificial intelligence programs implemented by the New York City government. An audit revealed lapses in oversight that could lead to biased, inaccurate, and harmful outcomes for city residents, visitors, and workers. Among the agencies audited, the NYPD, the Department of Education, the Department of Buildings, and the Administration for Children's Services identified potential risks associated with AI and implemented mitigation measures. However, other agencies lacked such systems, prompting calls for stronger oversight of AI in the NYC government.
Googlers vent their frustrations over layoffs to the company's new AI chatbot, Bard
Following a recent spate of layoffs affecting about 12,000 Google employees due to a decline in revenue growth, workers have taken to the company's internal message boards to voice their concerns. Some have engaged Bard, Google's conversational AI, in conversations about the layoffs and the company's treatment of employees. This comes amid reports that CEO Sundar Pichai has requested employees to focus on the company's core mission in order to move past the layoffs and continue innovating.
Tome: The AI-powered Presentation Tool that Combines ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 to Create Presentations from Scratch
Tome is a new website that leverages AI technology to generate presentations with ease. This innovative tool combines ChatGPT and DALL-E 2, using natural language prompts to create around eight slides complete with corresponding images and text. Additionally, Tome provides a range of templates to choose from. With the help of this tool, users can instantly create compelling and well-structured story outlines for their presentations. The AI-powered system also generates catchy titles for each slide and provides intelligent page layouts.
Coca-Cola Teams Up with OpenAI's ChatGPT and DALL-E for Next-Level Marketing
The Coca-Cola Company has furthered its focus on artificial intelligence by partnering with OpenAI in its latest business strategy. The Coca-Cola Company is the inaugural corporation to form an agreement with Bain and OpenAI's recent collaboration. While the particulars of the partnership remain undisclosed, the press release alludes to the possibilities of incorporating AI in marketing, sales, and human resources. The latter two aspects of the deal may seem alarming and reminiscent of a dystopian society.
Mark Zuckerberg unveils LLaMA, the company's latest AI language model
A new entrant has emerged in the market of user-focused AI. Mark Zuckerberg's company, Meta, has recently introduced the Large-Language Model AI, also known as "LLaMA." Unlike Microsoft's ChatGPT or Google's Bard, LLaMA isn't expected to be a direct competitor in the AI conversation field. Instead, Meta claims that LLaMA will serve as an AI that enhances other AIs. According to Meta's press release, LLaMA needs less computing power and fewer resources to explore new use cases, test new approaches, and verify other's work. LLaMA is created to be an efficient, low-demand tool that is best suited to focused tasks.
Unlocking the Potential: ChatGPT-Powered AI Revolution Can Transform Hong Kong's Future
AI has the potential to transform the business landscape in Hong Kong, opening up opportunities for exciting growth and development in 2023. Hong Kong has traditionally been a hub for financial and service industries, but with advancements in AI, the city can leverage these strengths to drive innovation and expansion in the tech sector. The field is now more level than ever, and Hong Kong is well-positioned to rise to the occasion and embrace the AI revolution.
ChatGPT showed Poor Performance in Singapore's 6th-Grade Tests, demonstrating Rapid Improvement in Days.
The AI-powered ChatGPT bot was recently tested on its ability to answer questions from the country's Primary School Leaving Exam (PSLE). The exam is taken by all 12-year-olds in Singapore and helps determine which secondary school they attend. ChatGPT failed miserably, scoring an average of 16 out of 100 marks on three mathematics papers. The bot couldn't understand or answer any questions that referenced diagrams or graphs, resulting in a score of zero for those questions. This experiment may highlight the limitations of AI technology in understanding complex questions and shows that it still has a long way to go in terms of replacing human intelligence.