E122: Is AI the next great computing platform? ChatGPT vs. Google, containing AGI & RESTRICT Act
Bestie intros! Joe Manchin calls out Biden on IRA flip-flop. Sacks writes GPT-4-powered blog post, OpenAI launches ChatGPT plugins. Will generative AI be more important ... than mobile and the internet itself? Making the case for both Google and OpenAI to win generative AI. Reaching and containing AGI, AI's impact on job destruction. RESTRICT Act's bait and switch.
America is fast approaching another needless emergency-the raising of the national debt ceiling. This impending crisis isn't an accident but a result of the inaction of various actors who refuse to confront fiscal reality, sit down, negotiate and make hard decisions for the sake of our nation's future.
Almost 20 years ago, a startup named Jigsaw pioneered a new crowdsourcing model where users would contribute data to a platform in exchange for access to its services. Jigsaw is largely forgotten today, but its so-called "give-to-get" model could be perfect for AI startups that need to obtain rich proprietary datasets to train their models.
This is a conversation between a human and a GPT-3 chatbot. The human first asks: are you familiar with a technology startup called Jigsaw that was acquired by Salesforce.com? can you provide a detailed summary of its company history, business model, and product?.
We’ve implemented initial support for plugins in ChatGPT. Plugins are tools designed specifically for language models with safety as a core principle, and help ChatGPT access up-to-date information, run computations, or use third-party services.
OpenAI's success in overtaking Google with an artificial intelligence-powered chatbot has achieved what seemed impossible in the past: It has forced the two AI research teams within Google's parent, Alphabet, to overcome years of intense rivalry to work together.
I am employed as a 3D artist in a small games company of 10 people. Our Art team is 2 people, we make 3D models, just to render them and get 2D sprites for the engine, which are more easy to handle than 3D. We are making mobile games.
Would the RESTRICT Act-a.k.a. the TikTok ban bill-criminalize the use of VPNs? That's the rumor floating around about the legislation, which was introduced in the Senate by Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) earlier this month. Warner's office has said his bill wouldn't do this... but its broad language leaves room for doubt.