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Jan 24, 2023

Microsoft bets big on ChatGPT creator OpenAI with new investment

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI

With this new investment, OpenAI will look further to independently “develop and research AI that is increasingly safe, useful, and powerful,” the press release added. OpenAI’s recently unveiled product, ChatGPT, has already made global news for its conversational style of answering people’s queries, which is being looked at as a threat to Google’s business model.

Jan 24, 2023

ChatGPT passes Wharton Business School’s MBA exam, gets a B

Posted by in categories: business, cybercrime/malcode, mathematics, robotics/AI

Sometimes, ChatGPT made “surprising” mistakes in school-level math.

Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s AI chatbot ChatGPT has been making headlines ever since it was released to the public on November 30. It can break down complex scientific concepts, compose poems, write stories, code, and create malware…the list is endless. OpenAI has also released a paid version of the chatbot. Known as ‘ChatGPT Professional’, it is available at $42 per month.


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Jan 24, 2023

McKinsey, eyeing the MLOps space, buys Tel Aviv–based Iguazio

Posted by in categories: business, quantum physics, robotics/AI, space

The same day Microsoft invested billions in OpenAI, McKinsey snatched up enterprise-focused AI firm Iguazio for a relative steal.

The consulting giant reportedly paid around $50 million for Iguazio, a Tel Aviv–based company offering an MLOps platform for large-scale businesses — “MLOps” refers to a set of tools to deploy and maintain machine learning models in production. In a press release, McKinsey says it plans to use the startup’s tech and team of 70 data scientists to bolster its QuantumBlack platform, McKinsey’s data analytics–focused group, with “industry-specific” AI solutions.

“We analyzed more than a 1,000 AI companies worldwide and identified Iguazio as the best fit to significantly accelerate our AI offering — from the initial concept to production, in a simplified, scalable and automated manner,” McKinsey senior partner Ben Ellencweig said in a statement. Over time, he added, the Iguazio and QuantumBlack teams will be fully integrated and work from a single product roadmap, combining the best of both worlds (with any luck).

Jan 24, 2023

When WIll We Upload Our Minds To Other Species?

Posted by in categories: augmented reality, bioengineering, business, genetics, life extension, mathematics, robotics/AI, transhumanism

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Jan 24, 2023

Artificial intelligence chatbot passes elite business school exam, outperforms some Ivy League students

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A Wharton Professor published a report that detailed how Chat GPT3, an artificial intelligence, performed on a final exam in his MBA class.

Jan 23, 2023

Farmer Earns Rs 1.5 Crore/Year with Machine to Turn Banana Waste Into Rope

Posted by in categories: business, education, food

When P M Murugesan decided to discontinue his education to join his father’s farming business, he had many ideas in mind. In particular, he wanted to work with the banana plant, being well aware that though farmers end up burning tonnes of banana waste, there’s a utility to each part of the crop.

In 2008, he started thinking of ways to make products out of banana waste. He found the idea of making ropes interesting.

“The idea struck me when I saw banana threads being used to thread flowers for garlands. I used the machine that turns coconut husk into a rope as the base and modified it to work well for processing banana fibre,” says the innovator.

Jan 22, 2023

Explained: Will Web 3.0 live up to its hype?

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, blockchains, business, cryptocurrencies, Elon Musk, government, internet, robotics/AI, space

Despite its recent blowback, Web 3.0 offers a more interconnected and productive society.

The next significant development for the internet and all it governs is Web 3.0. To improve user experience, it will make use of artificial intelligence. In addition, blockchain technology will enable the service to be backed by decentralized networks since Web 3.0 is the fundamental framework for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. This will be a revolutionary move that might significantly influence businesses and how they function, as well as individual users. For instance, site owners won’t have to rely on larger businesses like Amazon (AWS) and Google to buy server space.

Web 2.0 – the current version of the internet – has grown overly centralized, with a small number of large technology businesses and government organizations controlling the industry. Web 3.0, which promises a decentralized online ecosystem built on the still-emerging blockchain, will be the third iteration of the internet. Web 3.0 was first coined in 2014 by a computer scientist named Gavin Wood also helped create Ethereum, the decentralized blockchain system that powers the ether coin.

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Jan 22, 2023

Google may soon demo an AI Search chatbot amid pressure from ChatGPT

Posted by in categories: business, mobile phones, robotics/AI

It seems Google is feeling the heat from OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The artificial intelligence-powered chatbot has taken the tech world by storm over the last couple months, as it can provide users with information they’re looking for in an easy-to-understand format. Google sees ChatGPT as a threat to its search business and has shifted plans accordingly over the last several weeks, according to The New York Times.

The report claims CEO Sundar Pichai has declared a “code red” and accelerated AI development. Google is reportedly preparing to show off at least 20 AI-powered products and a chatbot for its search engine this year, with at least some set to debut at its I/O conference in May.

According to a slide deck viewed by the Times, among the AI projects Google is working on are an image generation tool, an upgraded version of AI Test Kitchen (an app used to test prototypes), a TikTok-style green screen mode for YouTube and a tool that can generate videos to summarize other clips. Also in the pipeline are a feature titled Shopping Try-on (perhaps akin to one Amazon has been developing), a wallpaper creator for Pixel phones and AI-driven tools that could make it easier for developers to create Android apps.

Jan 20, 2023

Scientists demonstrate quantum recoil for the first time, paving the way for precise X-ray imaging

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, computing, quantum physics

For the first time since it was proposed more than 80 years ago, scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have demonstrated the phenomenon of “quantum recoil,” which describes how the particle nature of light has a major impact on electrons moving through materials. The research is published online today (January 19) in the journal Nature Photonics.

Making quantum recoil a practical reality should eventually allow businesses to more accurately produce X-rays of specific levels, leading to superior accuracy in healthcare and manufacturing applications such as and flaw detection in semiconductor chips.

Quantum recoil was theorized by Russian physicist and Nobel laureate Vitaly Ginzburg in 1940 to accurately account for radiation emitted when charged particles like electrons move through a medium, such as water, or materials with repeated patterns on the surface, including those on butterfly wings and graphite.

Jan 20, 2023

Quantum Tech Needed To Secure Critical Data From Quantum Decryption

Posted by in categories: business, computing, quantum physics

By Chuck Brooks

The quantum computing decryption threat will be here soon enough, and it is time for businesses, organizations and governments to protect their data for that inevitability.

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