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Feb 5, 2023

7 ways to use ChatGPT at work to boost your productivity, make your job easier, and save a ton of time

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, economics, employment, internet, robotics/AI

Basically I underestimated chat gpt it is Basically much more powerful than I realized not just a Jetson society but it could even bring realities like we have seen in star trek the next generation where one can ask an AI anything and it can do anything given a task. This could also bring upon a superintelligence once programmed much like a wolfram alpha is for homework but for everything. It can nearly do any job and can replace all tech jobs eventually to get to universal basic income or even bring an end to the wild west of the internet it could create a near perfect cyber defense because it could simply know everything and make everything bug free. In short it can a near God like AI to answer and do any digital task. This can make nearly all jobs eventually automated:3.

It’ll be a while before ChatGPT takes your job entirely, and in the meantime you can use it to make work life easier.

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Feb 5, 2023

The Future is Here: Top 10 Tech Predictions for 2100

Posted by in categories: augmented reality, nanotechnology, nuclear energy, robotics/AI, virtual reality

Get a glimpse of the future and be amazed by the technological advancements that await us in the year 2100. Our video features top 10 predictions that will shape the world of technology in the next century. From fully immersive virtual reality to advanced artificial intelligence and nanotechnology, this video is packed with exciting insights.

We’ll dive into the possibilities of space colonization and teleportation, explore the potential of augmented reality and fusion energy, and look at the rise of robot assistants and mind uploading. Get ready to be amazed by the holographic displays that will take virtual experiences to a whole new level.

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Feb 5, 2023

Generalist AI beyond Deep Learning

Posted by in categories: biological, information science, robotics/AI

Generative AI represents a big breakthrough towards models that can make sense of the world by dreaming up visual, textual and conceptual representations, and are becoming increasingly generalist. While these AI systems are currently based on scaling up deep learning algorithms with massive amounts of data and compute, biological systems seem to be able to make sense of the world using far less resources. This phenomenon of efficient intelligent self-organization still eludes AI research, creating an exciting new frontier for the next wave of developments in the field. Our panelists will explore the potential of incorporating principles of intelligent self-organization from biology and cybernetics into technical systems as a way to move closer to general intelligence. Join in on this exciting discussion about the future of AI and how we can move beyond traditional approaches like deep learning!

This event is hosted and sponsored by Intel Labs as part of the Cognitive AI series.

Feb 4, 2023

Deepmind Ada brings foundation models to reinforcement learning

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Deepmind’s AdA shows that foundation models also enable generalist systems in reinforcement learning that learn new tasks quickly.

In AI research, the term foundation model is used by some scientists to refer to large pre-trained AI models, usually based on transformer architectures. One example is OpenAI’s large language model GPT-3, which is trained to predict text tokens and can then perform various tasks through prompt engineering in a few-shot setting.

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Feb 4, 2023

Researcher uses AI to make texts that are thousands of years old readable

Posted by in categories: life extension, robotics/AI

How should we live when we know we must die? This question is posed by the first work of world literature, the Gilgamesh epic. More than 4,000 years ago, Gilgamesh set out on a quest for immortality. Like all Babylonian literature, the saga has survived only in fragments. Nevertheless, scholars have managed to bring two-thirds of the text into readable condition since it was rediscovered in the 19th century.

The Babylonians wrote in cuneiform characters on clay tablets, which have survived in the form of countless fragments. Over centuries, scholars transferred the characters imprinted on the pieces of clay onto paper. Then they would painstakingly compare their transcripts and—in the best case—recognize which fragments belong together and fill in the gaps. The texts were written in the languages Sumerian and Akkadian, which have complicated writing systems. This was a Sisyphean task, one that the experts in the Electronic Babylonian Literature project can scarcely imagine today.

Enrique Jiménez, Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Literatures at LMU’s Institute of Assyriology, and his team have been working on the digitization of all surviving cuneiform tablets since 2018. In that time, the project has processed as many as 22,000 text fragments.

Feb 4, 2023

This genius student uses the power of AI and a 3D printer to ‘handwrite’ their homework

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As technology advances, you can always count on one thing: students will use it to avoid doing homework. One industrious student not only got an AI chatbot to do their homework assignment, but they also rigged it to a 3D printer to write it out on pen and paper, expending the maximum amount of effort required to do the minimum amount of homework. Bravo!

TikTok user 3D_printer_stuff (opens in new tab) shared a series of videos on how they programmed a 3D printer to produce homework with the answers that ChatGPT (opens in new tab) wrote.

Feb 4, 2023

Clinical trials show encouraging safety profile for brain-computer interface turning thoughts into action

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience, robotics/AI

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — More than two decades ago, a team of Brown University researchers set out with an ambitious goal to provide people with paralysis a revolutionary neurotechnology capable of turning thoughts about movement into actual action, using a tiny device that would one day be implanted in the surface of the brain. Their work led to an ongoing, multi-institution effort to create the BrainGate brain-computer interface, designed to allow clinical trial participants with paralysis to control assistive devices like computers or robotic limbs just by thinking about the action they want to initiate.

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Feb 4, 2023

Top 10 AI Tools Like ChatGPT You Must Try in 2023

Posted by in categories: business, media & arts, robotics/AI

10 AI Tools you must try in 2023. If you have used ChatGPT and noticed the power that Chat GPT provides, and you think it’s time to check out more artificial intelligence tools for business or life, here are some awesome ones!

Check out Codedamn to learn some programming below! They can help you to code and get your first job in the field too!

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Feb 4, 2023

This NEW A I Animation Software Is INSANE

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The first 1,000 people to use the link will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare: https://skl.sh/smeaf01231

A.I is here to stay, whether you like it or not.
Instead of fighting against it, lets adapt and start utilizing it within our workflows!

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Feb 4, 2023

Future World: A Million Years Later — Artificial Intelligence Tech That Will Change The Universe

Posted by in categories: business, cosmology, mathematics, physics, robotics/AI, space travel

Find out what the world will be like a million years from now, as well as what kind of technology we’ll have available.
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0:00 No Physical Bodies.
1:51 Wormhole Creation.
2:44 Travel At Speed Of Light.
3:21 Type 3 Civilization.
4:52 Gravitational Waves.
5:46 Computers the Size of Planets.
6:56 Computronium.

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