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5 Freaky things GPT-4 can do that GPT-3 could not


When OpenAI launched ChatGPT in November, 2022, it launched a new era of AI adoption. Suddenly, there was a free and widely accessible tool allowing anyone to interact with generative AI and experiment with its advanced capabilities -- and limitations. If you haven't seen instances of ChatGPT being creepy or enabling nefarious behavior have you been living under a rock that doesn't have internet access? And that was back when ChatGPT was powered by GPT-3. GPT-4 is more accurate than its predecessor, better able to understand complex and nuanced requests, and is so intelligent, it scored in the 90th percentile on the bar exam.

Neurosymbolic AI for graphs: a crime scene analogy


Have you ever watched a mystery movie and noticed a critical link before the characters did? Maybe this critical link even helped you solve the mystery before the end of the story. If so, think about how you made that connection: did you notice something that "just didn't add up?" Maybe, instead, one character's behavior seemed too suspicious from the beginning. Whether you made a logical deduction or made a prediction based on behavioral patterns, you performed link prediction, a common task researchers use on computational graph structures. In our recent survey paper, we focus specifically on methods which operate on graph structures.

Tech guru Jaron Lanier: 'The danger isn't that AI destroys us. It's that it drives us insane'

The Guardian

Jaron Lanier, the godfather of virtual reality and the sage of all things web, is nicknamed the Dismal Optimist. And there has never been a time we've needed his dismal optimism more. It's hard to read an article or listen to a podcast these days without doomsayers telling us we've pushed our luck with artificial intelligence, our hubris is coming back to haunt us and robots are taking over the world. There are stories of chatbots becoming best friends, declaring their love, trying to disrupt stable marriages, and threatening chaos on a global scale. Is AI really capable of outsmarting us and taking over the world? Well, your question makes no sense," Lanier says in his gentle sing-song voice. "You've just used the set of terms that to me are fictions.

Senior Manager-Applied Data Science at Tesco Bengaluru - Bengaluru, India


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Actuary, Data Analytics at TAL - Sydney, Australia


Welcome to This Australian Life. From the millions of Australians we protect, to those that make it happen every day at TAL, people really are what we're all about. We want to grow with you. And support you to do your best work. That's why we're focused on developing leadership, promoting diversity, rewarding excellence and retaining great talent.

Insight Analyst at NielsenIQ - Mandaluyong, Philippines


Would you like to be part of a multicultural analytical team servicing the biggest global FMCG clients? In this role, you will be a part of a team supporting the assigned global client(s), helping them to make better decisions based on research and sales data. For this crucial business role, you will have to possess strong relationship-building and stakeholder management skills. You will make a difference by helping some of the largest FMCG manufacturers make the right choices for their growth strategies. You will partner with your colleagues and support the clients to discover what is happening with their brands and what they should do to improve business performance.

Python Engineer (Data Engineering) at YouGov - Milan, United Kingdom


YouGov is an international market research and data analytics group. Our mission is to supply a continuous stream of accurate data and insight into what the world thinks, so that companies, governments and institutions can better serve the people and communities that sustain them. We have the best data and the best tools. We continuously challenge conventional approaches to research, and we disrupt our industry to ensure that our clients always get the best solutions. We are driven by a set of shared values.

Staff Data Engineer at Family Zone - Perth, Australia


Want to deliver tech with purpose, with people who care? Join us and develop cutting-edge software solutions that help keep children safe online. We're a tech company that exists to protect and support every child's digital journey. We've grown fast - we're ASX-listed and currently have over 500 people, working in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, New Zealand, Europe (UK and Spain) and the US. We're all proud of our incredible journey so far... and the best is yet to come.

Making an Impact: IoT and Machine Learning in Business


Two is better than one, isn't it? This is undoubtedly true in the case of IoT and machine learning. These two most popular and trending technologies are offering a solid growth system for companies if implemented together correctly. When combined, they help you unlock the true power of data and boost business efficiency, sales, and customer relationships. Therefore, incorporation of IoT and machine learning in business is seen on a wide scale.

Video: Free update makes third deep learning method available for IDS NXT


In quality assurance, it is necessary to reliably detect deviations from the norm. Industrial cameras have a key role in this, capturing images of products and analyzing them for defects. If the error cases are not known in advance or are too diverse, however, rule-based image processing reaches its limits. By contrast, this challenge can be reliably solved with the artificial intelligence (AI) method anomaly detection. The new, free IDS NXT 3.0 software update from IDS Imaging Development Systems makes the method available to all users of the AI vision system with immediate effect.