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Generative AI, Mirella Lapata, Turing Lectures -

How are technologies like ChatGPT created? And what does the future hold for AI language models? This talk was filmed at the Royal Institution on 29th September 2023, in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute.

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Gender, Generative AI, Microsoft Open AI -

Businesses are integrating large language models (LLM) to build the next generation of applications. Examples include generating personalized marketing text and imagery, summarizing long-form reports, and building entirely new experiences with customer service chatbots. With Azure OpenAI Service, businesses can apply the most advanced AI models—including Dall-E 2, GPT-3.5, GPT-4, Codex, and ChatGPT to address these use-cases, unlock efficiencies, mitigate risk, and more. To learn more, please check out these resources: * * * *Speakers:* * Andy Beatman * Pablo Castro * Dom Divakaruni * Keiji Kanazawa * Derek Legenzoff * Christian Montecillo * Nannette Sperling * Alison Walters *Session Information:* This video is one of many sessions delivered for the Microsoft Build 2023 event. View the full session schedule and learn more about Microsoft Build at BRK214H | English (US) | AI #MSBuild

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AI, Futurework, Generative AI, Worker Productivity, Worker Satisfaction -

Since OpenAI’s release of ChatGPT last November, the buzz around generative AI has been steadily ramping up. Some are excited about its potential to transform the way we work, create, and live, while others are wary of the dangers it poses and the nefarious ways it can be used. We know that programs like Midjourney, DALL-E, and GPT-4 are enabling millions of people to generate images and text, but not many studies have dug into the impact these tools are having, be it positive or negative. One such study was released this month. Titled “Generative AI at Work,” the paper, by teams from Stanford and...

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AI, AI Models, Generative AI, GPT-4, Multiversal Stories, OpenAI -

On this day, March 15th, which is known as the Ides of March, Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC. If he had known what was to happen or had any suspicion of the conspiracy against him, he could have said something like: "Friends, Romans, countrymen, on this Ides of March, I sense a great disturbance among us. Let us be vigilant and stand together against those who seek to undermine the unity and prosperity of our great Republic. For it is in unity that we find strength, and in strength that we secure our future. Et tu, Brute?" --Julius...

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