• Google engineer Blake Lemoine compared its LaMDA AI to a child in a Fox News interview.
• Insider asked experienced data scientists and industry experts what they look for in candidates.
• Meta told its workers on Friday not to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on Roe v. Wade.
• NYU professor Gary Marcus said Google overhyped its AI tech and falsely presented it as science.
• The OpenAI Playground is a new tool that lets you ask an AI bot to write nearly anything for you.
• In early June, Google engineer Blake Lemoine was suspended after claiming one of the AIs was sentient.
Fintech apps are accessible and easy to use, and they are available on smartphone browsers, tablets, and laptops.
• Palantir stock was rated a "buy" this week by Bank of America analysts, with a price target of $13.
We know quite a lot about the upcoming Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, but the chipset that will power those phones remains a little mysterious.
It saddens me deeply to hear that the 42 Fremont campus has closed.
In his recent book on what artificial intelligence could mean for a culture permeated with the spirit of self-improvement (an $11 billion industry in the U.S. alone), Mark Coeckelbergh points to a sort of ghostly double that accompanies each of us now: the quantified self, an invisible and constantly growing digital duplicate, made up of all the traces left whenever we read, write, view or purchase anything online, or carry around a device, such as a phone, that can be tracked.
Step 5: The Reverb controls at the bottom of the UI allow us to scale between three different reverb types: All Pass (standard all pass filtering reverb), Ray Trace and Ray Trace HD.
If, like me, you've always wanted to see a more strategic, zoomed-out take on the Mass Effect setting, you're in luck: the Binary Helix mod group (cheekily named for a genetic engineering corporation in Mass Effect) is creating the Beyond the Relays (opens in new tab) project for Stellaris—a total conversion of the space strategy sim to the Mass Effect setting.
After months of hype, Nothing has confirmed that its first device, the Nothing Phone (1), will be a mid-range device running the Snapdragon 778+, rather than the flagship many expected.
With NIMWAVE, you can build TUI programs for the terminal, the desktop (via OpenGL/GLFW) and the web (via web assembly).