Based upon this original paper: Where is the mind within the brain? Transient selection of subnetworks by metabotropic receptors and G protein-gated ion channels https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/2207/2207.11249.pdf Abstract This paper seeks to draw parallels between the physiological transient subnetwork selection mechanisms in the brain via G Protein-Gated Ion Channels (GPGICs) and Metabotropic Receptors (MRs), and the computational mechanism inherent in Microsoft's Semantic Kernel in collaboration with its Planner for semantic skill selection. We propose that the Synthetic Mind's utilization of continuous semantic search across ever-evolving skill libraries offers a potentially more deterministic and optimal solution, rivaling the complexities and efficiencies found in...
Copilot is now in Power Apps. Create and update Dataverse tables and create a beautiful, responsive, fully featured app by just expressing your idea. Copilot is for your app’s users too, to explore your data using a natural language interface. Copilot helps you build apps easier than ever before, and can be added to your existing apps to add modern natural language features too.
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Tim Urban is the Author of the blog "Wait But Why" and has one of the most listened-to Ted talks of all time. His work covers a broad range of topics from why we procrastinate, to how much time we have left with our parents, to breaking down the US involvement in the Iraq war.
In this episode, Logan and Tim dive into some of the ideas that Tim has written about, as well as newer topics like the role AI will play in social relationships and how genetic engineering could impact the human lifespan.
(1:23) Welcome Tim Urban
(5:11) Thousand-page book
(18:40) Living to 150 Years Old
(24:04) Looking back on eating meat
(29:39) Changing expectations of success
(36:01) Shortform vs longform writing
(42:11) TikTok and different internets for different audiences
(49:10) College is an eternity
(55:39) North star for writing
(1:03:03) Tim's favorite part besides publishing
(1:17:55) Tribalism, wokeness, and politics
(1:43:25) Awareness and Courage
(1:52:01) Keeping identity small
(1:57:16) Feeling different about old blog posts
(2:03:55) AI Girlfriends
(2:08:19) Talking Elon
(2:15:54) Advice on picking a career
(2:21:43) AI and will it kill humanity?
(2:30:51) Signing up for Cryonics
(2:34:25) Twitter Talk
(2:38:15) Disagreeing with conventional wisdom
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So I tried the new GPT-4 API with Function Calling... It was awesome! I spent a few hours coding a GPT-AutoPilot that can build a complex, multi-file application from scratch (a game, a website, an application, etc.) with a single prompt (and it will ask clarification questions)
In the video I explain how the GPT-4 API Function Calling works and demonstrate a program (GPT-AutoPilot) that I created with using the function calling. I create a fully functioning PHP application and a website with a contact form with my program.
01:44 OpenAI Example Code
03:49 My Example Code
05:47 GPT-AutoPilot Demo 1 (PHP Inventory App)
10:14 GPT-AutoPilot Demo 2 (Snake Game)
12:12 GPT-AutoPilot Demo 3 (Product Search)
14:36 GPT-AutoPilot Demo 4 (Platform Jumper Game)
16:13 GPT-AutoPilot Demo 5 (Website)
18:51 Prompting examples
While artificial intelligence has made significant strides in the realm of action, the ability to perceive and understand the world remains elusive. Dr. Peterson examines the complexity of perceiving the world, from the seemingly simple task of distinguishing objects to the intricate mechanisms of our visual system. He dives into why building robots capable of perception is a daunting challenge and how cognitive scientists and AI experts have grappled with this issue.
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