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Elon Musk Predicts Artificial General Intelligence In 2 Years. Here’s Why That’s Hype
 Originally published in Forbes, April 10, 2024 When OpenAI’s...
Survey: Machine Learning Projects Still Routinely Fail to Deploy
 Originally published in KDnuggets. Eric Siegel highlights the chronic...
Three Best Practices for Unilever’s Global Analytics Initiatives
    This article from Morgan Vawter, Global Vice...
Getting Machine Learning Projects from Idea to Execution
 Originally published in Harvard Business Review Machine learning might...

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Amazon exec explains grocery tech changes, debunks media reports about human reviewers

 Originally published in GeekWire, April 17, 2024 In-depth Amazon coverage from the tech giant’s hometown, including e-commerce, AWS, Amazon Prime, Alexa, logistics, devices, and more. Amazon’s grocery technology has been in the news a lot over the past couple of weeks, following layoffs in the Amazon Web Services group responsible for the company’s physical store

What can LLMs never do?

 Originally published in Strange Loop Canon, April 23, 2024 On goal drift and lower reliability. Or, why can’t LLMs play Conway’s Game Of Life? Every time over the past few years that we came up with problems...

The ROI on AI: Advisors struggle to get unbiased answers from tech providers

 Originally published in FinancialPlanning, April 8, 2024 Most advisors agree that AI technology can provide efficiencies, whether it be through streamlining workflow or communicating more effectively with clients. However, the jury is out on whether these budding...

Large language models use a surprisingly simple mechanism to retrieve some stored knowledge

 Originally published in MIT News, March 25, 2024 Researchers demonstrate a technique that can be used to probe a model to see what it knows about new subjects. Large language models, such as those that power popular...

Apple researchers develop AI that can ‘see’ and understand screen context

 Originally published in Venture Beat, April 1, 2024 Apple researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can understand ambiguous references to on-screen entities as well as conversational and background context, enabling more natural interactions with...

A.I. Is Spying on the Food We Throw Away

 Originally published in The New York Times, April 4, 2024 Artificial intelligence is peering into restaurant garbage pails and crunching grocery-store data to try to figure out how to send less uneaten food into dumpsters. A hotel...

This new forecasting model is better than machine learning, researchers say

 Originally published in MIT Management, Sloan School, September 19, 2023 Why It Matters Relevance-based prediction can be used in finance, politics, and sports for more accurate forecasting. What if we told you there was a new financial...

Which AI Model Most Infringes on Copyrighted Content?

 Originally published in AI Business, March 7, 2024.  OpenAI’s GPT-4 reproduces the most copyrighted content from prompts among four popular large language models, according to new research from AI startup Patronus AI. The startup, founded by former Meta AI...

Balancing Training Data and Human Knowledge to Make AI Act More Like a Scientist

 Originally published in Tech Xplore, March 8, 2024.  When you teach a child how to solve puzzles, you can either let them figure it out through trial and error, or you can guide them with some basic...

Researchers Enhance Peripheral Vision in AI Models

 Originally published in MIT News, March 8, 2024. By enabling models to see the world more like humans do, the work could help improve driver safety and shed light on human behavior. Peripheral vision enables humans to...

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