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) …
GNW In addition, aligning models with business demands and regulatory standards is simpler. MLOps is gradually becoming a stand-alone method for managing the ML lifecycle. It covers every lifecycle stage, including data collection, model building (using the software development lifecycle and continuous integration/delivery), deployment, orchestration, health, governance, diagnostics, and business metrics. Machine learning technology solutions are being aggressively adopted by businesses to improve the customer experience and support maximizing profit. Market participants are implementing advanced data processing and integration strategies to gather insights and get a competitive edge over rivals.
Have you ever found yourself trawling through endless pages of results on a search engine to find the answer to a complex question? Say you want to find out if a vegetarian diet is suitable for your dog. Your research journey might begin by hopping onto Google and typing "is a veg diet good for dogs" into the search box and then having to make sense of the legion of generated links. By the time you find an answer, you've sunk way more time than you'd budgeted into poring through articles, reports and their sources. In the not-so-distant future, finding the answer to a complex question might not be such a tedious, mind-numbing process.
WIRE)--Verta, the Operational AI company, today released findings from the 2023 AI/ML Investment Priorities study, which surveyed more than 460 AI and machine learning (ML) practitioners to benchmark AI/ML spending plans across industry sectors in light of evolving technology trends, industry developments, and macroeconomic conditions. The study was conducted by Verta Insights, the research practice of Verta Inc., and found that nearly two-thirds of organizations are planning to either increase or maintain their spending on AI/ML technology and infrastructure despite economic headwinds in the broader market. "We currently are experiencing an inflection point for the AI/ML industry, with technologies like ChatGPT and Stable Diffusion driving heightened interest in how companies can leverage machine learning models to significantly automate human-based activities with very innovative and game-changing capabilities. Findings from our research study confirm that organizations are continuing to make significant investments in AI/ML technology and talent, despite turbulence in the market, as they orient their business strategies around creating intelligent experiences for their customers," said Conrado Silva Miranda, Chief Technology Officer of Verta. In the research study, 31% of respondents said that their organizations would increase AI/ML spending in 2023 due to the current economic conditions, while 32% said that they would maintain 2022 spending levels for AI/ML technology and infrastructure.
OpenAI said Tuesday that it has released an AI "classifier" for identifying AI-authored text written by AI like its own ChatGPT. The problem? ChatGPT is pretty good at evading OpenAI's new tool. ChatGPT has absolutely overwhelmed academia, where students are using it as a virtual assistant of sorts in a variety of tasks. Unfortunately, some students are crossing the line and using it to create content that they are passing off as original--cheating, in other words. The trouble is trying to determine which answers were written by a human, and which by an AI.
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January 30, 2023 – Today, Ecopia AI (Ecopia) is pleased to announce their recognition as a top 100 geospatial company for the second year in a row by the Geoawesomeness community. Ecopia was selected for their groundbreaking advancements in artificial intelligence (AI)-based mapping systems and ongoing development of a 3D digital twin. See the full list here. Since 2016, Geoawesomeness has assembled a team of geospatial experts to assess the industry landscape and select 100 companies to recognize as leaders. This year, the selection committee reviewed over 800 geospatial companies before choosing the top 100.
DOVER, DE, Jan. 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Metatron Inc (OTC: MRNJ), an AI content platform, is pleased to announce the release of new services for content generation. MetatronAI.com is a generative artificial intelligence service based on cutting-edge language processing that sets a new standard in the industry. With its advanced natural language understanding capabilities and ability to generate human-like text, art, and soon video and music, designed for business and individuals to create cost-effective original content at unprecedented levels of quality and speed. New features being added on a regular basis include amazing human-like AI text generation for ads, blogs, essays, social media posts, emails, business plans, resumes, books and any type of creative copywriting. Royalty-Free AI art generation is also now live at MetatronAI.com, with professional digital editing coming soon.
Everybody seems to be enthralled with ChatGPT and the technology is indeed impressive. The chatbot is passing all kinds of graduate level exams, and educational institutions are rushing to devise policies to prevent students from cheating on assessments using the program. ChatGPT can even write scientific abstracts and research papers that fool scientists into thinking that they are real reports. Some users, however, have reported that the chatbot cited non-existent academic journal articles as source material. Amidst all this buzz, we recently conducted our own simple and non-iterative queries to test how the program fares with written texts, which are bread-and-butter products for the communications and PR industry. We noticed that prompts generated texts that included a few paragraphs at most and were short on e.g., persuasive arguments or supporting evidence.
Microsoft plans to make OpenAI's generative AI technology such as ChatGPT available to billions of users by integrating it into all of its products, CEO Satya Nadella said this week. That means that ChatGPT's ability to generate text through short prompts is likely on its way to the Office 365 product suite, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. Using OpenAI's models, Microsoft Word's autocomplete and autocorrect features could carry out more advanced tasks than style and grammar correction and generate longer chunks of text based on a few words. Though the company hasn't announced any specific features yet, users could potentially be able to input prompts and generate complete PowerPoint presentations and emails. These kinds of features could help Microsoft attract younger users. While Microsoft Office 365 has been a de facto standard for millions of enterprises, analysts say the tech giant has fallen behind in attracting those who gravitate toward collaborative-first products like Google Docs and Sheets.
On a recent episode of Dr. Phil, the host spoke with some of Jeffrey Dahmer's victims and showed them an interview he filmed with the father of one of America's most infamous serial killers. A 21-year-old Louisiana man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison after plotting a Jeffrey Dahmer-like scheme to meet men on the gay dating app Grindr and kill them, according to federal officials. Chance Seneca of Lafayette Parish targeted one particular victim, as well as other gay men, through the app in 2020 because of their sexual orientation and gender, the Justice Department said. "The facts of this case are truly shocking, and the defendant's decision to specifically target gay men is a disturbing reminder of the unique prejudices and dangers facing the LGBTQ community today," Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division said in a Wednesday statement. Clarke continued: "The internet should be accessible and safe for all Americans, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation. We will continue to identify and intercept the predators who weaponize online platforms to target LGBTQ victims and carry out acts of violence and hate."