The main reason for DIY is knowledge, new skills, and the great feeling of satisfaction that comes from building your own equipment. This is worth far more than money. For younger people, the skills learned will be invaluable as you progress through life, and once started, you should continue to strive for making it yourself wherever possible.
Source: Why Do It Yourself?
The neural network pioneer says dangers of chatbots were ‘quite scary’ and warns they could be exploited by ‘bad actors’
Source: ‘Godfather of AI’ Geoffrey Hinton quits Google and warns over dangers of machine learning | Google | The Guardian
The watch wasn’t meant to be unbreakable regardless of how far it fell. It was built to remain working after any fall the wearer could survive.
Source: The History of the Casio G-Shock
To achieve full automation, we introduce a straightforward yet effective heuristic that enables the agent to pinpoint hallucination instances, avoid repetition in action sequences, and, in some environments, construct an internal memory map of the given environment.
Source: [2303.11366] Reflexion: an autonomous agent with dynamic memory and self-reflection
We call on all AI labs to immediately pause for at least 6 months the training of AI systems more powerful than GPT-4.
Source: Pause Giant AI Experiments: An Open Letter – Future of Life Institute
Cerebras open sources seven GPT-3 models from 111 million to 13 billion parameters. Trained using the Chinchilla formula, these models set new benchmarks for accuracy and compute efficiency.
Source: Cerebras-GPT: A Family of Open, Compute-efficient, Large Language Models – Cerebras
The age of average — Alex Murrell
Society’s obsession with being average impacts creativity and innovation. Ultimately, it can lead to a fear of standing out and taking risks.
Yet It is those who embrace their uniqueness that often achieve great success and make a significant difference in the world.