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Has artificial intelligence (AI) really gone sentient? This has been the buzzing trend of the technology industry, ever since Google engineer claimed an unreleased AI system had become sentient. Blake Lemoine, a software engineer for Google, claimed that a conversation technology – Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA), a family of conversational neural language models developed by Google, had reached a level of consciousness after exchanging thousands of messages with it. Since then, The Week's research team has noticed that venture capital (VC) funds from across the world are taking special interest with strategic investments into the AI industry. Today, here at The Week, we caught wind of a substantial undisclosed amount by notable blockchain industry venture capital fund ' The Bitcoin Man ', into Solidus AI Tech (,

Solidus AI Tech Secures New Boost From High-Profile Investor The Bitcoin Man


Here at LiveMint, with our research team, we see the investment trends moving towards companies in the AI industry. Today, we received news that Solidus AI Tech (, Speaking to LiveMint about the investment and appointment, Solidus AI Tech founder Paul Farhi said: "Herbert Sim will be a great asset to the team. He brings with him an astonishing wealth of knowledge in the crypto space, and he is a true champion of bitcoin and its underlying technology- Blockchain. He's a laser-sharp, pragmatic businessman and visionary who has a deep respect for what we're trying to achieve here at Solidus AI Tech. And those are just some of the reasons why he is so highly respected in our industry. We're very pleased to have him on board, and I have no doubt he will very soon have a significant impact here."

Solidus AI Tech: The World's First Artificial Intelligence Utility Token


There is no doubt that we are becoming more and more digitized. More and more digital things are coming into play and this has become even more evident after the harsh Covid-10 pandemic. One of the most important points today is artificial intelligence (AI) and automation, there are many advantages within artificial intelligence as well as many tools that are already used in our day-to-day lives and will be used more and more. In fact, this market is expected to grow from around 58 billion today to more than 300 billion in 5 years. For this reason, more and more resources are needed for these purposes and for research through AI, so new projects and new companies are also needed to expand all its possibilities to the maximum.



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AI bot that wrote a paper about ITSELF could trigger WW3, expert warns


A "MALICIOUS" artificial intelligence bot that wrote a paper about itself could trigger World War III unless governments immediately curb its growing power, an expert has warned. AI and blockchain technology expert Herbert Sim said that the creation of GPT-3 - a program that can produce text indistinguishable from human writing - in 2020 had "opened Pandora's box". The tech expert warned that while certain groups and political oppositions could tap into using "troll bots" to undermine governments and spread fake news, their risks stretched much further. However, left unchecked, Sims claims the programs could use their "intelligence" to write malware and even weaponize drones and bioweapons, becoming lethal autonomous weapons (LAWs). "AI has helped technology shift forward hugely in recent decades, and undoubtedly there are lots of benefits to be reaped from it," he said.