Friday, September 15, 2023

Weekly Review 15 September 2023

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

  1. "not even a regex match pattern written by God could disambiguate all the indexing and search collisions" - best description of the absurdity of programming language names I've ever read: That, and calling C++ a "nominative monstrosity".
  2. The use of AI by New Zealand businesses:
  3. Predicting landslides and slips from satellite images using a deep neural network: Would this have predicted all the slips in West Auckland in the abnormally wet weather we had this year?
  4. Google is requiring political ads that use AI generated content be labelled as such: Who was it said if you repeat a lie often enough, people believe it?
  5. Using AI to create marketing content:
  6. The kinds of jobs that will be replaced by AI - 2.4 million will go in the USA by 2030:
  7. OpenAI is now offering an "enterprise" version of ChatGPT, that won't be trained on the user's data:
  8. Microsoft says they will pay the cost of copyright challenges to paid-up users of their code generator AI:
  9. Now SAG-AFTRA is starting strikes in the gaming industry about the use of AI:
  10. Note taking and summarisation tools from Google and Apple. AI frees you from having to think about the material you handle:
  11. How long before we have AI referees and AI commentators, with write-ups by AI writers that are summarised by AI?
  12. Using machine learning to detect financial fraud is really quite an old use-case:
  13. Personalised AI movies:
  14. Time's list of the 100 most influential people in AI:
  15. Business want to use AI, but what are they going to use it for?

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