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Hello everyone,As the year is coming to a close, we would like to invite you to join us for a virtual meetup to discuss the exciting developments in the world of artificial intelligence in...

Back to AI this week, here are some of the topics that you may want to keep an eye on.  ChatGPT has evolved so that now you will see less of it saying No to your answers. But a lot happened this week and that's other than ChatGPT. Here is a heavy list that can keep you busy and curious.

Illustrating Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF)
We’re on a journey to advance and democratize artificial intelligence through open source and open science.
Abandoned: the human cost of neurotechnology failure
When the makers of electronic implants abandon their projects, people who rely on the devices have everything to lose.
Biotech labs are using AI inspired by DALL-E to invent new drugs
Two groups have announced powerful new generative models that can design new proteins on demand not seen in nature.
DeepMind’s latest AI project solves programming challenges like a newb
Google’s AI division tackles programming languages with a language model.
Try ‘Riffusion,’ an AI model that composes music by visualizing it
AI-generated music is already wild enough, but Riffusion takes it to another level by producing music using not audio but images.
Introducing Simple ML for Sheets: A No-code Machine Learning Add-on for Google Sheets
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New and Improved Embedding Model
We are excited to announce a new embedding model which is significantly more capable, cost effective, and simpler to use. The new model, text-embedding-ada-002, replaces five separate models for text search, text similarity, and code search, and outperforms our previous most capable model, Davinci,…
Subtle biases in AI can influence emergency decisions
A new study by researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the MIT Jameel Clinic assesses the impact that discriminatory AI models can have, especially for systems that are intended to provide advice in urgent situations.

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Dunbar’s Number
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Beckstrom’s law
The law states that “the value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of users.”
Turing’s proof
Alan Turing is widely regarded as one of the greatest minds of the 20th century. His work in computer science and mathematics revolutionised the field and has had a lasting impact on our society.

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