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GPT-3 Creative Fiction


What if I told a story here, how would that story start?" Thus, the summarization prompt: "My second grader asked me what this passage means: …" When a given prompt isn't working and GPT-3 keeps pivoting into other modes of completion, that may mean that one hasn't constrained it enough by imitating a correct output, and one needs to go further; writing the first few words or sentence of the target output may be necessary.

Who Is Paul Joseph Watson? InfoWars' Editor Twitter Lists Devin Kelley's Interests

International Business Times

Paul Joseph Watson, popularly known as Paul Watson, is an English YouTube personality, radio host, writer, editor and conspiracy theorist. He has been described as'alt-right' by various publications, though he does not associate himself with the label. According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, he identifies himself as the'New Right' and publishes content critical of Islam, feminism, pop culture and left-wing politics. Watson was born on May 24, 1982 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England and grew up on a council estate there. In an interview with the Tab, Watson said he didn't have a particularly conventional adolescence, which gave him time to think about what he wanted to do with his existence rather than wasting time and trying to be cool.

FLI Podcast- Artificial Intelligence: American Attitudes and Trends with Baobao Zhang - Future of Life Institute


Artificial intelligence is already inextricably woven into everyday life, and its impact will only grow in the coming years. But while this development inspires much discussion among members of the scientific community, public opinion on artificial intelligence has remained relatively unknown. Artificial Intelligence: American Attitudes and Trends, a report published earlier in January by the Center for the Governance of AI, explores this question. Its authors relied on an in-depth survey to analyze American attitudes towards artificial intelligence, from privacy concerns to beliefs about U.S. technological superiority. Some of their findings--most Americans, for example, don't trust Facebook--were unsurprising. But much of their data reflects trends within the American public that have previously gone unnoticed. This month Ariel was joined by Baobao Zhang, lead author of the report, to talk about these findings. Zhang is a PhD candidate in Yale University's political science department and research affiliate with the Center for the Governance of AI at the University of Oxford. Her work focuses on American politics, international relations, and experimental methods. In this episode, Zhang spoke about her take on some of the report's most interesting findings, the new questions it raised, and future research directions for her team.

Hammond Says Does Not See Higher Chance of 'No Deal' Brexit: CNBC

U.S. News

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, leaves Downing Street in central London, Britain October 9, 2017. LONDON (Reuters) - British Chancellor Philip Hammond said on Monday that he did not think the chance that Britain will leave the European Union without having agreed a divorce deal had risen recently. Asked in an interview with U.S. broadcaster CNBC whether the risk of "no deal" had risen, Hammond said: "Personally I don't think so." "It is so blindingly obviously in the best interests of both the UK and the European Union 27 that we do reach a deal so we can continue trading together." Hammond was speaking in the United States during a visit to attend an International Monetary Fund meeting and see finance industry representatives. Not all U.S. presidents are missed once they leave the White House.