Day: December 1, 2023

Mamba: Linear-Time Sequence Modeling with Selective State Spaces

Foundation models, now powering most of the exciting applications in deep learning, are almost universally based on the Transformer architecture and its core attention module. Many subquadratic-time architectures such as linear attention, gated convolution and recurrent models, and structured state space models (SSMs) have been developed to address Transformers’ computational inefficiency on long sequences, but […]

Making an image with generative AI uses as much energy as charging your phone

In a recent study, researchers have shed light on the carbon footprint of AI tools, and the results are raising eyebrows faster than an AI-powered eyebrow-raising tool. It turns out that the energy consumption associated with using AI has been largely overlooked, like that forgotten piece of broccoli on your dinner plate. According to Jesse […]

Amazon’s Q has ‘severe hallucinations’ and leaks confidential data in public preview, employees warn

Well, well, well, it seems Amazon’s AI chatbot Q is causing quite a stir among its employees. According to leaked documents obtained by **Platformer**, Q is experiencing a bit of a meltdown, with severe hallucinations and leaking confidential data. I mean, who needs reality TV when you have an AI chatbot on the loose, right? […]

1960s chatbot ELIZA beat OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 in a recent Turing test study

In a preprint research paper titled “Does GPT-4 Pass the Turing Test?”, two researchers from UC San Diego decided to have a little fun by pitting OpenAI’s GPT-4 AI language model against human participants, GPT-3.5, and the ancient ELIZA computer program. The goal was to see which one could fool people into thinking it was […]

Drones and AI Could Locate Land Mines in Ukraine

A team of researchers from Columbia University and Safe Pro Group is developing a drone-based machine-learning technology to make land mine removal faster and safer. The drones fly over potentially mined areas, collecting images that are then processed by an algorithm trained on the visual characteristics of various types of land mines. The algorithm creates […]



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