GPT-3, Bloviator: OpenAI’s language generator has no idea what it’s talking about | MIT Technology Review

Since OpenAI first described its new AI language-generating system called GPT-3 in May, hundreds of media outlets (including MIT Technology Review) have written about the system and its capabilities. Twitter has been abuzz about its power and potential. The New York Times published an op-ed about it. Later this year, OpenAI will begin charging companies…Continue reading “GPT-3, Bloviator: OpenAI’s language generator has no idea what it’s talking about | MIT Technology Review”

Quantum Computing for the Next Generation of Computer Scientists and Researchers — Campus Technology

As a distinguished scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee, Travis Humble shares his unique perspectives on the advancement of quantum computing and its entry into higher education curricula and research. — Read on campustechnology.com/articles/2020/08/10/quantum-computing-for-the-next-generation-of-computer-scientists-and-researchers.aspx

How to Clean Up Your Social Media Accounts Without Deleting Them

There are many reasons to avoid wanting a social media digital paper trail of your entire life. Maybe there are posts there you think your new employer won’t like, or that your new partner’s parents won’t like, or even ones that you don’t believe in anymore. But wiping the slate clean and starting again isContinue reading “How to Clean Up Your Social Media Accounts Without Deleting Them”

Watch 3 Videos from Coursera’s New “Machine Learning for Everyone” – Machine Learning Times – machine learning & data science news

Watch 3 Videos from Coursera’s New “Machine Learning for Everyone” – Machine Learning Times – machine learning & data science news — Read on http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/machinelearningtimes/watch-3-videos-from-courseras-new-machine-learning-for-everyone/11555/

In Machines We Trust: a new podcast about the automation of everything on Flipboard by MIT Technology Review

Some of the most important decisions in our lives are being made by artificial intelligence, determining things like who gets into college, lands a job, receives social services, or goes to jail—often without us having any clue. In season one of In Machines We Trust, host Jennifer Strong and the team at MIT Technology ReviewContinue reading “In Machines We Trust: a new podcast about the automation of everything on Flipboard by MIT Technology Review”

In Machines We Trust: a new podcast about the automation of everything on Flipboard by MIT Technology Review

Some of the most important decisions in our lives are being made by artificial intelligence, determining things like who gets into college, lands a job, receives social services, or goes to jail—often without us having any clue. In season one of In Machines We Trust, host Jennifer Strong and the team at MIT Technology ReviewContinue reading “In Machines We Trust: a new podcast about the automation of everything on Flipboard by MIT Technology Review”