If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
Just when you think life online can't get worse than it already is, Meta steps in to prove you wrong. The company's new BlenderBot 3 AI chatbot -- which was released in the U.S. just days ago on Friday, August 5 -- is already making a host of false statements based on interactions it had with real humans online. Some of the more egregious among those include claims Donald Trump won the 2020 U.S. presidential election and is currently president, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, as well as comments calling out Facebook for all of its "fake news." This, despite being owned by the company formerly known as Facebook. Meta's BlenderBot 3 can search the internet to talk with humans about nearly anything, unlike past versions of the chatbot.
Mark Zuckerberg introduced Facebook's rebranding to Meta at the company's annual Connect event last year to reposition the company for the "new internet," the metaverse. The metaverse has been around for some time as a kind of urban legend, perhaps aptly described in the 2011 science fantasy book Ready Player One. That was until some of the biggest names in tech started investing heavily in related technologies, including virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI). Today AI is one of the most exciting technology fields to work on. Zuckerberg said the metaverse is something he's wanted to work on since even before the conception of Facebook.
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Bandai Namco is developing a live-action Pac-Man film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Japanese publisher has reportedly tapped Wayfarer Studios, best known for its work on 2019's Five Feet Apart, to produce the project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film was pitched by Sonic the Hedgehog producer Chuck Williams. The movie does not have a release date yet and Bandai Namco could decide not to move forward with the project. That said, the involvement of Williams says a lot about the company's aspirations.
AI is the growth engine of Metaverse. To fire the Metaverse engine, you need AI Fuel. I know you can't agree more! The idea of the metaverse was first coined by science fiction writer Neal Stephenson in the early 90s. It was eventually developed in parts by companies like Second Life, Decentraland, Microsoft, and most recently, Meta.
"We are building this company because we are enjoying the process and because we want to have an impact on this industry," Toth said. "We are not building this company for a quick sale." The company employs just under 60 people and is hiring aggressively, with expectations that a good 25% of its workforce will be new within the next few months. Plans also call for using the money to build up the brand. "We will be investing heavily into sales and marketing [and] hiring additional salespeople," Toth said, with potential marketing areas including thought leadership, content and channel partnerships.
Last week OpenAI moved DALL-E 2, the image generation tool, into Beta (the company hopes to expand its current user base to 1 million) while granting users the "the right to reprint, sell, and merchandise" images they generate with DALL-E. This is useful for users who wish to use the generated images for commercial purposes, like making illustrations for children's books. Other openly available AI image generation models face similar problems. Also, it's not clear if OpenAI violated any IP laws for just training on these Internet images and then commercializing their model. While the UK is exploring allowing commercial use of models trained on public but trademarked data, the U.S. may not follow suit.
This is an alarming statistic given the fact that businesses need to have a strong online presence to thrive in a post-pandemic world. Additionally, not only is creating a website affordable, it provides various benefits such as increased brand awareness, higher sales, and the opportunity to collect valuable customer data. In this article by VitalyTennant.com, we explore the best practices small business owners should follow when creating a business website. As a business, you need to be where your customers are, which in 2022 is on smartphones. According to research by Tech Jury, consumers in the US spend 5 hours daily on their phones, and 35% of them prefer to shop online through their phones.