View all sessions on demand from Smart Security Summit here.
Happy New Year! This first week of 2023 has been a whirlwind of AI and excitement from CES 2023, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Writer/senior editor, Sharon Goldman, is always busy with other AI news, DALL-E and ChatGPT. Will 2023 be the year of artificial intelligence? It definitely started that way. In our top story of the week, Goldman talks to Aditya Ramesh, DALL-E inventor and DALL-E 2 co-inventor, about how far the technology has come in the first two years, and How much further can it go?
Our second and third top stories both feature ChatGPT. In second place, Ben Dickson analyzes Microsoft’s decision this week to incorporate ChatGPT into their Bing search engine, which is expected to launch soon in March. Will it help Bing replace Google as the top search engine? Maybe… But maybe it will topple Google in other ways.
In 3rd place, articles written by ChatGPT were banned from a leading AI conference. And then the crowd went wild! Teachers and professors have expressed their concerns about receiving articles written by AI instead of students; Now the subject has gone beyond academia. Since it directly affects the creators and modifiers of actual AI technology, expect the issue to be resolved in 3, 2, 1…
Our Wednesday and Thursday top stories of the week are about the new technologies unveiled at this week’s CES show. Everyone can use a lighter pair of AR glasses, but what about self-driving baby strollers? That would be a harder sell.
Here are the top five stories for the week of January 2.
With that article and a controlled website demo, on January 5, 2021 — this day two years ago — OpenAI introduced DALL-E, a neural network that “generates images from text annotations for a variety of concepts that can be expressed in natural language.” (Also today: OpenAI happens to be in talks about a “Tenderer that would value it at $29 billion.”)
Since the release of ChatGPT in November, there has been a lot of speculation about OpenAI’s latest major language model. (LLM) misspelling for Google Search. Sentiment only increased with the recent report of Microsoft preparing to integrate ChatGPT to its Bing search engine.
There is some reason to believe that Bing powered by ChatGPT (or any other search engine) will not serious threaten Google search is almost exclusive. LLMs have some important issues to deal with before they can make their mark in the online search industry. Meanwhile, Google’s share of the search market, its technical capabilities, and its financial resources will help Google stay competitive (and possibly dominant) as dialogue LLMs begin to make their mark. press in online search.
Meanwhile, the real (and little discussed) potential of LLM such as ChatGPT is the “decoupling” of online search, which is where real opportunities are created for Microsoft and other companies. By integrating ChatGPT into successful products, companies can reduce Google Search use cases.
One machine learning Debate conference on the use of machine learning? While that seems like therefore meta, in it call for more paper submit on Monday, the International Conference on Machine Learning actually noted that “articles that include text generated from a large scale language model (LLM) As if ChatGPT are prohibited unless produced text is presented as part of an experimental analysis of the paper.
It didn’t take long for a heated debate on social media to erupt, which could be a perfect example of what businesses, organizations and institutions of all shapes and sizes are, vertical, will grapple in the future: How will humans cope with the proliferation of large language models that can help communicate — either borrow, or extend, or steal ideas, depending Depends on your point of view — ideas?
Israel stomachdeveloper of reflected waveguide technology for augmented reality (AR) glasses, has introduced its second-generation technology to enable the development of smaller and lighter AR glasses.
The Lumus Z 2D . Lens waveguide architecture based on 2D Maximus to enable the development of smaller, lighter AR glasses with high-resolution image quality, outdoor-compatible brightness, and seamless prescription eye integration. AR modules can be up to 50% smaller.
The new technology will be introduced to the public for the first time at CES 2023, the major tech trade show in Las Vegas this week. Lumus hopes this technology will bridge AR to the exciting possibilities of the super universe.
gluxkind technology introduced the Ella AI-based smart trolley at the CES 2023 technology trade show in Las Vegas.
Vancouver, Canada-based Glüxkind Technologies created Ella to assist new parents in their daily adventures, be more inclusive and allow families to spend quality time together. It’s another example of technology — and AI in particular — making its way into everyday products that don’t usually have a lot of technology. I must say I never expected to see a baby stroller with artificial intelligence.
Ella, Glüxkind’s AI trolley is designed and optimized for everyday life, not the showroom. With Ella’s adaptive brake and push assist, parents and carers alike can enjoy easy walks regardless of the terrain; uphill, downhill and even when loaded with groceries and toys. All of that would be a walk in the park, the company said.
VentureBeat’s Mission is a digital city square for technical decision-makers to gain knowledge of transformative and transactional enterprise technology. Explore our Briefings.