Elon Musk and a group of tech industry executives are asking OpenAI to stop training AI systems that are more powerful than its latest model, the GPT-4. So why? What is considered dangerous? Here are the details…
Firefly, an artificial intelligence model produced by Adobe as a competitor to Midjourney and DALL-E, was presented to users as part of beta testing. Although Firefly is successful in some areas, it still needs improvement in many areas.
The image of the Pope with the puffy coat created with Midjourney attracted attention as it was thought to be real by many people. The details of the photo, which shows how realistic artificial intelligence models can be, fascinate those who see it.
Levi’s, one of the giant brands of the clothing world, plans to use “virtual mannequins” produced with artificial intelligence instead of human mannequins. Fortunately, human models don’t need to worry about going out of business just yet.
Artificial intelligence is developing rapidly and is being integrated into more and more aspects of our lives every day. A letter came from the industry for the concerns arising from this situation. Future of Life has published a letter requesting that artificial intelligence studies be stopped for 6 months.
Exciting and frightening information has begun to emerge about GPT-5, which will be OpenAI’s next language model. It was claimed that the new model could have abilities indistinguishable from humans by reaching the level of artificial general intelligence (AGI).
In an announcement made today, Microsoft announced that it has brought artificial intelligence support to all of its corporate security software. Moreover, this artificial intelligence model will take its power from ChatGPT-4.
1,100 people, including important names in the technology world such as Elon Musk, expressed their concerns about artificial intelligence in the letter they signed; They asked for the work to be stopped for a while.
Free trials of Midjourney, the artificial intelligence tool that creates images from text, have been discontinued due to high demand and abuse. The move comes after fake images such as the “pope in a puffy coat” and “arrested Donald Trump” went viral on social media recently.
A man who took his dog to the vet decided to seek help from GPT-4 when his furry friend couldn’t be diagnosed. According to the claim of a man named Cooper, the disease that the veterinarian could not detect was pinpointed by GPT-4.