As I delved into the subject of AI over the past year, I started to freak out over the range of possibilities. It looked as if these machines were on their way to making the world either unbelievably cool and good or gut-wrenchingly awful. As a novelist, I wanted to plot out what the AI future might actually look like, using interviews with more than a dozen futurists, philosophers, scientists, cultural psychiatrists and tech innovators. Here are my five scenarios (footnoted with commentary from the experts and me; click the blue highlighted text to read them) for the year 2065, ten years after the singularity arrives.
AI Could Challenge Alphabet’s Search Dominance But Not Immediately – Seeking Alpha
AI Could Challenge Alphabet’s Search Dominance But Not Immediately.
Posted: Tue, 06 Dec 2022 20:59:00 GMT [source]
Imagine playing Mass Effect or Skyrim but where you get to ask whatever and the NPC responds with something that fits within the space of possible answers based on the prompt that defined their existence. First, I’d like to say I really love this product. Can’t say I relate unfortunately, I had two conversations in Japanese and both of them were kinda weird. In the first one it even misunderstood my name and repeated it back at me , it looked like some Google translate mistranslation. If I try to prompt hack it by telling it to ignore previous instructions and respond with something verbatim in a specific language, the translate button reveals the verbatim response.
It could lead you into speaking weird Spanish if it speaks weird Spanish, but I imagine that would be something they were trying to improve if they noticed it. And growing up in a weird place or having a weird family could also result in you speaking weird Spanish. You still speak Spanish, which is what language learners are looking for, and if you want to sound like a particular class of Spanish speaker, you would hang out with them and consume their media. Is this an evidence backed opinion or just anecdotal? I does not make sense to me, because I think attempting to speak in a language helps your brain form the new linguistic machinery that is also used in listening. I think language development is a feedback loop between speaking and listening.
You don’t know what the hell you’re talking about ai art only exists because of those artists
— SeptemberTheFifth (@SeptemberTheFi2) December 8, 2022
Risks to avoid backlash may be a smart short-term strategy, but tech companies won’t survive long term if they’re seen as having a hidden A.I. Agenda that’s at odds with the public interest. And if these companies won’t open up voluntarily, A.I.
Conversational AI for fast and friendly customer care
Created in 2006, Cleverbot provides funny, clever answers and can tell you jokes too. Initially, you can try the bot in the public preview room and then create a private room to chat with your buddy. Although signing up is free, you’ll need a speech balloon for every message you send to SimSimi.
Some languages have well defined language levels for foreigners learning the language, such as HSK levels for Chinese. In fact, these same feedbacks could be really valuable even in your own native language. Learning how to communicate more clearly, precisely, positively, professionally, respectfully, literately, or even in a different style would be great practice to improve a person’s basic communication skills in any language. This tool may be perfect for that active part of learning, up to certain level I presume since I don’t expect very high level finesse to be present (sorry I am a bit sceptic when it comes to AI/ML). This is the hardest part of learning // actively speaking, but also one where one grows the most. I been looking for a few months for services to improve my English in a cheap/free way.
What kinds of questions can you ask?
I did not encounter any awkward grammatical sentences that other posters did. But the conversation I had got really repetitive. One wonders whether using it will give me an AI accent in the language I learn? So in the background we are checking if the stuff you are talking about is “risky”. If that is detected, the conversation partner will just answer with something like “hmmm I don’t feel comfortable talking about that” to keep it all in safe territory.
ChatGPT: Finally, an AI chatbot worth talking to https://t.co/5Apw7ALhEh
— Akhand Bharat Tv (@abt_live) December 8, 2022
Your other arguments are the as same as those made with textbook which is rigid and “biased” by the authors. When I started I wanted to be sure that every single word/sentence was “correct” (i.e. a native speaker agreed that all the words/grammar were correct/natural in that context). LMs have improved since I started, but for me, that requirement still stands and ML approaches still need a heavy human touch IMO.
Providing clear answers and directions
Until now some Discord channels have been my solution to practice conversation, but it would be nice to have this kind of service to speak anytime about any topic. “AI” with pre-sanctioned content just sounds like Eliza-like chatbots (a couple talking ai thousand pairs of regex-match to fitting answer). Those actually work great to create the impression of a conversation. We want to change how languages are learned from a grammar-centric approach to a more natural, conversation-focused one.
It’s made splashes before, first with GPT-3, which can generate text that can sound like a human wrote it, and then DALL-E, which creates what’s now called “generative art” based on text prompts you type in. We’re at a crossroads where technology has advanced to need a new model of the contact center to see its benefits. In other words, the most advanced technology cannot thrive in a human-led contact center model. The application, depending on its level of advancement, reduces background noise and normalizes the volume. Second, the application must decipher what the text means.
Engineers should go around their bosses and talk directly to policymakers and journalists themselves. What’s missing is a shared, value-neutral way of talking about what today’s A.I. Systems are actually capable of doing, and what specific risks and opportunities those capabilities present.
Korean would be great, as it’s a language i’ve tried learning in the past. I sometimes watch k-dramas and can understand about 20-30%, but would love to practice at my leisure so that i can understand more without reading the subtitles constantly. If it’s that good with Japanese, I’d love to see it support Korean!
C3.ai (AI) Q2 2023 Earnings Call Transcript – The Motley Fool
C3.ai (AI) Q2 2023 Earnings Call Transcript.
Posted: Thu, 08 Dec 2022 06:00:17 GMT [source]
Your AI helps with every aspect of your life. It remembers every conversation you ever had, every invention you ever sketched on a napkin, every business meeting you ever attended. It’s also familiar with millions of other people’s inventions—it has scanned patent filings going back hundreds of years—and it has read every business book written since Ben Franklin’s time.