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.
Tesla shares have plunged this morning after Elon Musk smoked marijuana and drank whiskey while discussing everything from drugs to the possibility we're all living in a simulation, in a rambling two-and-a-half hour podcast appearance which was live-streamed on YouTube. The 47-year-old billionaire went on the Joe Rogan Experience late on Thursday night and accepted a joint from the host - after a rambling conversation that also took in the dangers of AI and the possibility China is spying on US citizens through their phones. Hours later, the company's chief accounting officer Dave Morton resigned citing'public attention' on the company. Meanwhile, shares plummeted to nine per cent this morning, wiping $4.3 billion off the company's value. By close of trading they had slightly recovered to a 6.3 per cent drop, reducing the company's value by $3.1bn. It follows weeks of serious turbulence for both Musk and Tesla, after he falsely announced he was taking the company private in a deal with Saudi Arabia and accused a British hero diver of being a paedophile.
My name is Kris Coratti. Thank you for joining us on this very rainy morning. I'm glad you all made it out. We are going to have a fascinating series of discussion this morning on artificial intelligence. This is the latest in our ongoing event series that we call "Transformers." And our speakers this morning are going to explore the regulatory questions around this technology. They going to look at how AI is reshaping the way we live and work. And they're going to discuss how to make sure this technology is used responsibly in the future. Before we begin, I just want to quickly thank our presenting sponsor for this even, Software.org, And so now I'd like to go ahead and welcome to the stage The Washington Post's Tony Romm and Senators Maria Cantwell and Todd Young. And for those who don't know, Senator Cantwell is a Democrat from Washington State. Both are members of a Senate commerce committee which touches on artificial intelligence and many tech issues that we'll talk about today.
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To illustrate his position, he used the example of the MH17 plane crash. "When the Russians shot down the airliner, and we were searching for the smoking gun, we found it a month later -- on Facebook," the general said at an Air Force Association breakfast in Washington Wednesday, according to DefenseTech.com. Goldfein pointed the finger at Russia for the crash, as though the Netherlands have already made a conclusion as to who shot the Buk missile that brought the plane down (which they have not). "We found posted pictures on Russian blog sites that actually showed the activity, but it took us a month to figure that out," Goldfein said, leaning on social media as a source of reliable information, even though investigation of the MH17 catastrophe is still going on and it is hampered by "a great deal of disinformation and attempts to discredit the investigation," Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders said in a statement earlier in July, according to France 24. Discussing a trip to the offices of the Bloomberg news agency, he reportedly asked a technician to perform a Twitter search on violent extremist activity over the last 48 hours, and the system actually mapped the relevant tweets on a map.
Cole Rise, creator of some of the original Instagram filters, offers his advice They include using the background to enhance the main point of photo's focus He also says you should work unusual angles to get a unique perspective They include using the background to enhance the main point of photo's focus According to professional photographer and creator of some of the original Instagram filters, Cole Rise, however, 'everyone is now a photographer in their own right' (stock image) Google will launch two flagship smartwatches... Sex robots could be used in old people's homes and to help... Tesla's Autopilot will now stick to the speed limit: Update... Police trial'Big Brother' AI system that is so powerful it... Google will launch two flagship smartwatches... Sex robots could be used in old people's homes and to help... Tesla's Autopilot will now stick to the speed limit: Update... Police trial'Big Brother' AI system that is so powerful it... Try building out the image beyond just the point of focus though. Framing is key, and bringing elements of the background or surrounding area can help build a narrative beyond the static shot. Pictured is one of Mr Rise's photos for Etihad Airways Mr Rise says that nowadays the quality of a photo is probably based on the number of'Likes', 'Retweets' or'Shares' it receives (stock image) Guests throw chairs as huge fight breaks out during wedding A young thug is filmed fly kicking a lady in the back Male guests in a Chinese wedding flock to harass a bridesmaid Cop brutally arrests black mom who reported assault on her son Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell? Angela Rye shares video of her invasive ordeal with TSA agent Woman goes on racist rant while waiting in line at J.C. Penney Dramatic moment man removed from flight for'speaking Arabic' Video shows Brooklyn lawyer who verbally attacked Ivanka on plane Shocking video shows a Texas mother hitting her daughter'It's the best flight': Woman enjoys being the only BA flier Footage of adorable dog given food but takes it to puppies instead Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell? Woman goes on racist rant while waiting in line at J.C. Penney Dramatic moment man removed from flight for'speaking Arabic' 'It's the best flight': Woman enjoys being the only BA flier REVEALED: The Brooklyn lawyer who chased down Ivanka on a... Sick ISIS savages film themselves burning two Turkish... World's most wanted man is dead: Rookie Italian policeman... EXCLUSIVE: She's STILL with her - Hillary Clinton and Huma... Surprise!
Facebook celebrated the first full test flight of its solar-powered internet drone, Aquila, in July, but things didn't go as smoothly as they could have. The drone completed a 96-minute flight in Yuma, Arizona, but it ended up crash-landing because of a structural failure in the right wing, according to today's report from the National Transportation Safety Board. The NTSB announced in November that it would investigate the accident. Aquila's only landing mode is "autoland," meaning the aircraft senses things like wind speeds and temperature, and adjusts for the smoothest landing possible. During its debut test flight, operators expected wind speeds of 7 knots.
The National Transportation Safety Board is looking into an accident involving an enormous experimental drone belonging to Facebook which crashed earlier this year. The drone was built to bring internet to far-flung parts of the planet and designed to hover 60,000 ft above the surface of the Earth. However, in June the drone known as Aquila, ended up plummeting to earth after suffering a'structural failure' as it was coming into land. No one was hurt in the incident. The drone, called Aquila, suffered from a'structural failure' right before it landed According to Bloomberg the crash is one of several hiccups that the social network has faced in recent months, following an explosion earlier this year that destroyed one of its satellites.