Friday, October 27, 2023

Weekly Review 27 October 2023

Some interesting links that I Tweeted about in the last week (I also post these on Mastodon and Threads):

  1. Te Pukenga continues to have problems. It was clear from the beginning that this was a bad idea. The previous government has ruined tertiary education in this country and the sooner independence is returned to the individual polytechs the better:
  2. How postdocs can use chatbots to improve their work, and how generative AI is likely to affect their careers:
  3. How AI can reduce traffic jams and reduce the emissions associated with them:
  4. An AI assistance for school principals:
  5. This teenager uses AI to identify wallabies, which are an invasive pest in New Zealand:
  6. How Meta used striking actors to build their AI database:
  7. How generative AI can help grant applicants with the donkey-work of writing:
  8. For the first time, an AI has detected a supernova:
  9. More on the supernova detected by AI:
  10. And this is why lawyers, at least, should not rely on generative AI:
  11. We're not quite at the point where we can trust AI with topics that can directly affect our physical health:
  12. Another lawsuit over the use of copyrighted material to train AI:
  13. So AI talk to each other, and sometimes yell in all caps? They're getting more human than I expected:
  14. IBM's new North Pole architecture promises huge gains in speed and efficiency in AI:
  15. A lot of AI and data science in general requires some understanding of statistics:
  16. The USA is already behind most of the world with respect to privacy laws, will they also fall behind with regulation of AI?
  17. China's detailed regulations for AI: 
  18. The IT and security threats of generative AI:
  19. Microsoft is going hard for AI:
  20. A concise and fairly readable history of Neural Networks:
  21. An overview of explainable AI:
  22. An improved AI for packing objects:
  23. How ethical is DeepMind?
  24. Code generating AI is not going to replace software developers anytime soon:
  25. So basically, don't use AI generated extras in your movie unless you want it to look like crap:
  26. Bad data results in bad AI models. Why is this news to anyone? I teach this principle to my first-year students:
  27. How to prevent AI from becoming a threat:

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