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Report: AI is advancing beyond humans, we need new benchmarks
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Report: AI is advancing beyond humans, we need new benchmarks

Stanford University released its AI Index Report 2024 which noted that AI’s rapid advancement makes benchmark comparisons with humans increasingly less relevant. The annual report provides a comprehensive insight into the trends and state of AI developments. The report says that AI models are improving so fast now that the benchmarks we use to measure them are increasingly becoming irrelevant. A lot of industry benchmarks compare AI models to how good humans are at performing tasks. The Massive Multitask Language Understanding (MMLU) benchmark is a good example. It uses multiple-choice questions to evaluate LLMs across 57 subjects, including math, history,

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Sustainable Development

3 Ways Tech Companies Are Embracing Sustainability in Operations

The role of technology must be to make the future brighter, but that’s not always the result of the innovations humanity has come up with over the centuries. With the climate crisis causing major concerns worldwide, the only way out of the current mess is through further breakthroughs.  And the good news is that tech […]
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Introducing OpenAI Japan

We are excited to announce our first office in Asia and we’re releasing a GPT-4 custom model optimized for the Japanese language.
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Generative AI

OpenAI says Voice Engine might be too risky to release

OpenAI says it ran a small-scale test of its new voice cloning product Voice Engine with a few select partners. The results show promising applications for the tech, but safety concerns may keep it from being released. OpenAI says that Voice Engine can clone a human’s voice based on a single 15-second recording of their voice. The tool can then generate “natural-sounding speech that closely resembles the original speaker.” Once cloned, Voice Engine can turn text inputs into audible speech using “emotive and realistic voices.” The tool’s capability makes exciting applications possible but raises serious safety issues too. Promising use

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Amazon takes $2.75 billion plunge into Anthropic

Amazon announced a colossal $2.75 billion investment in AI startup Anthropic. Anthropic’s Claude 3 Opus is officially the most powerful LLM on the planet, marginally usurping heavyweight GPT-4 on the LMSys leaderboard. Anthropic has received billions in funding from numerous sources, including Amazon and Google, becoming the chief rival to  OpenAI.   Amazon is now shoveling coal in Anthropic with a new influx of funds, adding to the company’s previous $1.25 billion investment. This brings its total commitment to a staggering $4 billion. This deal, valued based on Anthropic’s last $18.4 billion valuation, is one of the biggest bets of the

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Top Sustainability and Renewable Energy Courses (2024)

In today’s rapidly changing world, where environmental sustainability and energy conservation have become pivotal, acquiring knowledge in sustainability and renewable energy is not just beneficial but essential. These fields embody critical skills that cater to the urgent need for a sustainable future, addressing global challenges such as climate change, resource depletion, and environmental degradation. As […]
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Report: AI is advancing beyond humans, we need new benchmarks

Report: AI is advancing beyond humans, we need new benchmarks

Stanford University released its AI Index Report 2024 which noted that AI’s rapid advancement makes benchmark comparisons with humans increasingly less relevant. The annual report provides a comprehensive insight into the trends and state of AI developments. The report says that AI models are improving so fast now that the benchmarks we use to measure them are increasingly becoming irrelevant. A lot of industry benchmarks compare AI models to how good humans are at performing tasks. The Massive Multitask Language Understanding (MMLU) benchmark is a good example. It uses multiple-choice questions to evaluate LLMs across 57 subjects, including math, history,

The post Report: AI is advancing beyond humans, we need new benchmarks appeared first on DailyAI.

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3 Ways Tech Companies Are Embracing Sustainability in Operations

The role of technology must be to make the future brighter, but that’s not always the result of the innovations humanity has come up with over the centuries. With the climate crisis causing major concerns worldwide, the only way out of the current mess is through further breakthroughs.  And the good news is that tech […]
Read More

Introducing OpenAI Japan

We are excited to announce our first office in Asia and we’re releasing a GPT-4 custom model optimized for the Japanese language.
Read More

OpenAI says Voice Engine might be too risky to release

OpenAI says it ran a small-scale test of its new voice cloning product Voice Engine with a few select partners. The results show promising applications for the tech, but safety concerns may keep it from being released. OpenAI says that Voice Engine can clone a human’s voice based on a single 15-second recording of their voice. The tool can then generate “natural-sounding speech that closely resembles the original speaker.” Once cloned, Voice Engine can turn text inputs into audible speech using “emotive and realistic voices.” The tool’s capability makes exciting applications possible but raises serious safety issues too. Promising use

The post OpenAI says Voice Engine might be too risky to release appeared first on DailyAI.

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Amazon takes $2.75 billion plunge into Anthropic

Amazon announced a colossal $2.75 billion investment in AI startup Anthropic. Anthropic’s Claude 3 Opus is officially the most powerful LLM on the planet, marginally usurping heavyweight GPT-4 on the LMSys leaderboard. Anthropic has received billions in funding from numerous sources, including Amazon and Google, becoming the chief rival to  OpenAI.   Amazon is now shoveling coal in Anthropic with a new influx of funds, adding to the company’s previous $1.25 billion investment. This brings its total commitment to a staggering $4 billion. This deal, valued based on Anthropic’s last $18.4 billion valuation, is one of the biggest bets of the

The post Amazon takes $2.75 billion plunge into Anthropic appeared first on DailyAI.

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Top Sustainability and Renewable Energy Courses (2024)

In today’s rapidly changing world, where environmental sustainability and energy conservation have become pivotal, acquiring knowledge in sustainability and renewable energy is not just beneficial but essential. These fields embody critical skills that cater to the urgent need for a sustainable future, addressing global challenges such as climate change, resource depletion, and environmental degradation. As […]
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