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Feb 5, 2023

Connor Leahy on Aliens, Ethics, Economics, Memetics, and Education

Posted by in categories: economics, education, ethics

Connor Leahy from Conjecture joins the podcast for a lightning round on a variety of topics ranging from aliens to education. Learn more about Connor’s work at https://conjecture.dev.

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Feb 4, 2023

Want to build a website? Just ask ChatGPT in plain English

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, education, engineering

Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade’s speciality is picking apart malicious software to see how it attacks computers.

It’s a relatively obscure cybersecurity field, which is why last month he hosted a weeklong seminar at Johns Hopkins University where he taught students the complicated practice of reverse engineering malware.

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Feb 3, 2023

The World Will Be REVOLUTIONIZED by These 18 Rapidly Developing Technologies

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, Elon Musk, information science, internet, law, robotics/AI

Welcome Back To Future Fuse Technology today is evolving at a rapid pace, enabling faster change and progress, causing an acceleration of the rate of change. However, it is not only technology trends and emerging technologies that are evolving, a lot more has changed this year due to the outbreak of COVID-19 making IT professionals realize that their role will not stay the same in the contactless world tomorrow. And an IT professional in 2023–24 will constantly be learning, unlearning, and relearning (out of necessity if not desire).Artificial intelligence will become more prevalent in 2023 with natural language processing and machine learning advancement. Artificial intelligence can better understand us and perform more complex tasks using this technology. It is estimated that 5G will revolutionize the way we live and work in the future. From the evolution of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), and 5G network to cloud computing, big data, and analytics, technology has the capacity or potential to transform everything, revolutionizing the future of the world. Already, we see the rapid roll-out of autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars) currently in trial phases for all car companies, and Elon Musk’s Tesla is improving the technology by making it more secure and redefined. Forward-thinking and innovative companies seem not to miss any chance to bring breakthrough innovation to the world…in this video, we are looking into The World Will Be REVOLUTIONIZED by These 18 Rapidly Developing Technologies.

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Feb 3, 2023

Stochastic parrot or world model? How large language models learn

Posted by in categories: education, robotics/AI

Large language models show impressive capabilities. Are they just superficial statistics – or is there more to them?

Systems such as OpenAI’s GPT-3 have shown that large language models have capabilities that can make them useful tools in areas as diverse as text processing and programming.

With ChatGPT the company has released a model that puts these capabilities in the hands of the general public, creating new challenges for educational institutions, for example.

Feb 1, 2023

New OpenAI tool detects if text is written by ChatGPT or another AI

Posted by in categories: education, robotics/AI

Researchers stress that the classifier is “not fully reliable.”

Two months after OpenAI introduced ChatGPT to the public, students flocked to the AI tool to write their assignments, exams, software codes, and whatnot. This resulted in universities beginning to crack down on the usage of ChatGPT. A few science journals even banned the use of the chatbot in their journals.

In what sounds like a solution, OpenAI themselves have released a tool designed to detect if the text has been written by artificial intelligence. In a blog post on Tuesday, OpenAI elaborated on the tool that has been trained to figure out if the text is written by a human or generated by AI, including ChatGPT.

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Jan 31, 2023

DeepMind: The Quest to Develop Artificial General Intelligence

Posted by in categories: education, Elon Musk, robotics/AI

00:00 Intro.
03:05 Demis Hassabis: Founder of DeepMind.
14:30 DeepMind: Mission and early years.
19:18 Beating the Atari games.
27:22 Elon Musk: thoughts on DeepMind.
28:42 Elon Musk: AI could destroy humanity.
30:20 AlphaGo.
36:14 AlphaZero.
38:30 MuZero.
40:56 WaveNet.
43:18 AlphaStar.
45:33 AlphaFold.
48:39 Gato, A generalist agent.
50:02 Solving *everything else*

This premium episode is a documentary-style video about the history and importance of Alphabet subsidiary, DeepMind. Demis Hassabis, founder, was a chess prodigy by the time he was 13 years old. He went on to conclude he wanted to “solve intelligence” by building artificial intelligence agents and using digital tools. The team at DeepMind has created systems that defeated the world’s best chess and Go professionals. They’ve also cracked the code on the infamous ‘protein-folding problem.’ Demis Hassabis and DeepMind are fascinating. Moreover, they’re still just getting started.

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Jan 30, 2023

ChatGPT Passed Exams From Graduate Business and Law Schools

Posted by in categories: business, education, government, robotics/AI

ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence tool that has been used in everything from high school essays to a speech on the floor of Congress, has added another accomplishment to its résumé: passing exams from law and business schools.

The AI tool was presented with several tests from both the University of Minnesota’s law school and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, passing them all.

That said, the AI didn’t necessarily ace the exams with flying colors. The chatbot answered 95 multiple choice questions and 12 essay prompts across 4 of UM’s law school tests, averaging about a C+ performance overall. The tech did better in Wharton’s business management course exam, scoring between a B to B-.

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Jan 30, 2023

Columbia Researchers Uncover Dangerous Connection Between Serotonin and Heart Valve Disease

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education

Serotonin can impact the mitral valve of the heart and potentially accelerate a cardiac condition known as degenerative mitral regurgitation, according to a new study led by researchers at Columbia University.

Columbia University is a private Ivy League research university in New York City that was established in 1754. This makes it the oldest institution of higher education in New York and the fifth-oldest in the United States. It is often just referred to as Columbia, but its official name is Columbia University in the City of New York.

Jan 29, 2023

ChatGPT Is Coming for Classrooms. Don’t Panic

Posted by in categories: education, internet, law, robotics/AI

A double-whammy for systematic education since the need for knowledge-workers will decrease at the same time as AI fundamentally questions the need for / uses of “Knowledge Gatekeepers” — establishment academia, lawyers, even actors — the chatterbot classes.


When high school English teacher Kelly Gibson first encountered ChatGPT in December, the existential anxiety kicked in fast. While the internet delighted in the chatbot’s superficially sophisticated answers to users’ prompts, many educators were less amused. If anyone could ask ChatGPT to “write 300 words on what the green light symbolizes in The Great Gatsby,” what would stop students from feeding their homework to the bot? Speculation swirled about a new era of rampant cheating and even a death knell for essays, or education itself. “I thought, ‘Oh my god, this is literally what I teach,’” Gibson says.

But amid the panic, some enterprising teachers see ChatGPT as an opportunity to redesign what learning looks like—and what they invent could shape the future of the classroom. Gibson is one of them. After her initial alarm subsided, she spent her winter vacation tinkering with ChatGPT and figuring out ways to incorporate it into her lessons. She might ask kids to generate text using the bot and then edit it themselves to find the chatbot’s errors or improve upon its writing style. Gibson, who has been teaching for 25 years, likened it to more familiar tech tools that enhance, not replace, learning and critical thinking. “I don’t know how to do it well yet, but I want AI chatbots to become like calculators for writing,” she says.

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Jan 28, 2023

28-Year-Old Scams JP Morgan for $175 Million

Posted by in categories: education, law, media & arts

Do we have a new Elizabeth Holmes?

To be fair, it seems JP Morgan was only able to check the emails after they acquired the platform since they were concerned about breaching data privacy prior to becoming its new legal caretakers.

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