GPT-4 and similar Large Language Models open at a stroke the doors to capabilities previously attributed only to humans. And no sooner do they master this one than they acquire the next. A few days after the release of programming … Continue reading ChatGPT is followed by autonomous AIs. But what exactly are they?
While some call artificial intelligence in the form of ChatGPT ‘horribly bad‘ and don’t fear for their jobs or the future of humanity, others are both excited and scared by the possibilities. What will happen to artists, writers, and my … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence as the 6th Kondratyev Cycle
Researchers from Stanford University and Google Research demonstrated in an entertaining and educational way how ChatGPT can be used in behavioral research. They created a world populated by characters, similar to the popular video game ‘The Sims’ by Electronic Arts. … Continue reading ChatGPT Meets The Sims: How Virtual Characters Turn Human
Only a few weeks and months ChatGPT, DALL-E and other Generative Pre-trained Transformers (GPT) are public, and the discussions do not want to stop. On the one hand, there is amazement at what these AI systems can do and creatively … Continue reading AI: From Painter and Conversationalist to Architect and Mechanical Engineer
As modern men, we always talk loudly about equality and demand action, but we easily overlook the fact that we should start with ourselves. Ashamedly, I had to realize this when the book The Authority Gap by Mary Ann Sieghart … Continue reading My Year of Reading Non-Fiction by Female Authors
Stop! You! Do not click away! I know the headline is concerning, but I promise you, there is a lot behind it, and I will explain it to you. So, first, take a look at the cover image. Do you … Continue reading How AI Poops Rainbows
My book on artificial intelligence, When Monkeys Learn from Monkeys, argues that, taken under the wing of a higher intelligence, we could increase our own intelligence. Just as Francine Patterson took the female gorilla Koko under her wing, taught her … Continue reading Since an AI Defeated the Go World Champion, Humans Also Play Better
Actors know that they will never become the audience’s favorite character if they are on stage or in front of the camera with children or animals. One becomes an extra. There is something about showing our sympathy to children and … Continue reading AI Swinishness
The fact that we are evaluated and judged for a wide variety of life situations is nothing new. School grades, credit score for loans and also the Safety Score for driving a Tesla are familiar and new examples of how … Continue reading The Problem With An AI-based Overdose Risk Score For Pain Medications.
About four years ago, researchers at Stanford University showed in a study that an artificial intelligence (AI) was better than humans at determining a person’s sexual orientation based on portrait photos. The AI was able to identify whether or not … Continue reading X-Rays Reveal Human Race to AI And Experts Don’t Know How