OpenAI Unveils the Power to Summarize Books

OpenAI Unveils the Power to Summarize Books

OpenAI has created an AI model capable of summarising books of any length. The model, a refined version of the research lab’s GPT-3, works by first summarising tiny portions of a book and then summarising those summaries into higher-level summaries, following a methodology OpenAI refers to as “recursive task decomposition.” Summarizing book-length texts may be […]

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Could 'multi-skilled' AI chart a path to human-like intelligence

Could ‘multi-skilled’ AI chart a path to human-like intelligence?

The subject of artificial intelligence (AI) is rife with buzzwords. Ideally, words such as cognitive computing and big data aid in the distillation of complicated concepts into easily consumable notions. They can, however, confuse and mislead the audience. For example, the term “artificial general intelligence” (AGI) is frequently used to describe hypothetical computers that can […]

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Will Teachers Be Replaced With AI

Will Teachers Be Replaced With AI?

Is It Possible That Teachers Be Replaced With AI It is hard to imagine a world without teachers. But it is possible that AI will replace them in the future. Researchers from Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley are working on artificial intelligence that will become a substitute for human teachers. They are […]

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Google Adds New AI Features to Meet

Google Adds New AI Features to Meet

Google is looking to refresh its Meet video conferencing software by overhauling its interface and adding AI new features and tools. Google is revamping its Google Meet video calling service as part of an initiative to make online meetings easier less distracting and also more interesting. Amongst these is the enhancement of video background substitutes, which […]

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FDA Clearance for AI-Based Colonoscopy Device

FDA Clearance for AI-Based Colonoscopy Device

Medtronic has released a new AI-based colonoscopy device after the FDA’s approval was given to the GI Genius,. The device,which is made to highlight portions of the colon, where the gadget identifies a potential lesion medical professionals “will now have a device that could aid improve their capability to detect gastrointestinal lesions they may have otherwise have not seen.” FDA […]

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