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Powered by the latest GPT-4 iteration, ChatGPT has become one of the most popular apps in history within a few short months. The large language model reached more than 100 million users, making it one of the fastest growing apps in the world. Its website has also been visited more than a billion times, which… Read More
Few industries have been as impacted by the rise of AI as financial services. Recently published by the Bank of England, the “Machine Learning in UK Financial Services” report finds that almost three in four (72%) of UK financial service firms are either using or developing machine learning solutions. A diverse range of business areas… Read More
In the company’s recent earnings call, Intel reported that data centre and artificial intelligence (AI) business was down 16% year-over-year. Although data centre and AI still garnered $4.65 billion USD, this was a full 25% under expectations for second quarter earnings from that segment of Intel’s business.
A software engineer that claimed a Google AI chatbot called LaMDA was a sentient, self-aware person has been fired by Google’s parent company, Alphabet.
At a time when artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly commonplace, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport have published a policy paper that sets out regulation of artificial intelligence and takes a more decentralised approach compared to the EU.
After more than two years of developing its Octavia technology, health security firm Apriori Bio has been launched by bio-platform innovation company Flagship Pioneering.
A team of researchers, led by academics at Northwestern University, has been able to uncover speech patterns linked to autism in both English and Cantonese. Thanks to machine learning innovations, it is hoped that this breakthrough will be one of many when it comes to improving the understanding of autism. There is also potential for… Read More