Latest AI news: October, 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most rapidly developing technologies in the world today, and it is having a major impact on a wide range of industries and applications. Here is a summary of some of the latest AI news for October 17, 2023:
- OpenAI considers in-house chip manufacturing amid global shortage. OpenAI, the research lab behind the popular ChatGPT language model, is considering manufacturing its own chips in response to the global chip shortage. This could help OpenAI to reduce its reliance on external suppliers and ensure that it has access to the chips it needs to develop and deploy its AI models.
- Supercharge your AI marketing strategy: Top 7 tools to automate and optimise. AI can be used to automate and optimise a wide range of marketing tasks, including content creation, social media management, and ad targeting. Here is a list of 7 popular AI marketing tools that can help you to supercharge your AI marketing strategy:
- IBM Watson Marketing
- Seventh Sense
- Adobe Sensei
- Google AI Platform
- Open X-Embodiment dataset and RT-X model aim to revolutionise robotics. OpenAI and researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have developed a new dataset and model called Open X-Embodiment and RT-X, respectively. This dataset and model could help to revolutionise robotics by enabling robots to learn to perform new tasks in a more efficient and versatile way.
- JPMorgan CEO: AI will be used for ‘every single process’. Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, has said that AI will be used for “every single process” at the bank in the future. Dimon believes that AI has the potential to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and create new products and services for customers.
- Mark Zuckerberg: AI will be built into all of Meta’s products. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that AI will be built into all of Meta’s products, including Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger. Zuckerberg believes that AI can be used to improve the user experience and make Meta’s products more relevant and engaging.
- IBM Research unveils breakthrough analog AI chip for efficient deep learning. IBM Research has unveiled a new analog AI chip called “Analogy”. This chip is designed to be more efficient than traditional digital AI chips at running deep learning models. Analogy could help to make AI more accessible to a wider range of businesses and organizations.
- OpenAI deploys web crawler in preparation for GPT-5. OpenAI has deployed a new web crawler to collect data in preparation for the release of its next-generation language model, GPT-5. This web crawler will collect data from a wide range of sources, including websites, books, and articles. This data will be used to train GPT-5 to generate even more creative and informative text formats.
- OpenAI introduces fine-tuning for GPT-3.5 Turbo and GPT-4. OpenAI has introduced a new feature called fine-tuning for its GPT-3.5 Turbo and GPT-4 language models. Fine-tuning allows users to train GPT-3.5 Turbo and GPT-4 on their own data, which can improve the models’ performance on specific tasks.
- AI leaders warn about ‘risk of extinction’ in open letter. A group of leading AI experts, including Elon Musk and DeepMind co-founder Demis Hassabis, have signed an open letter warning about the potential risks of AI. The letter states that AI could pose a “serious threat to humanity” if it is not developed and used responsibly.