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Lemmy is not going to be Reddit. It will not inherit the reactionary behaviours. Ensure civillity and disengage if uncomfortable. Have a good time!

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Really surprised by this LTT video. They were direct on the points that lately, in the mainstream, there has only been rubbish.

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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/16491586

YT link | Invidious Link

AI is the buzzword de jour, and for good reason: It’s enabling a LOT of new and useful tools for everyday life. But just what IS it? And why do we think it’s being portrayed dishonestly?

Summarize

  • Common misconceptions about artificial intelligence (AI), explaining the difference between artificial general intelligence (AGI) and narrow AI.
  • Most AI applications, such as machine learning, are actually narrow AI
  • Dangers of marketing hype around AI
  • Term "AI" often used as a marketing term for decent summarization
  • Despite some improvements, these models are still far from true artificial intelligence

Discuss on the forum: linustechtips.com/topic/1573484-ai-is-a-lie/

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It's time to call a spade a spade. ChatGPT isn't just hallucinating. It's a bullshit machine.

From TFA (thanks @mxtiffanyleigh for sharing):

"Bullshit is 'any utterance produced where a speaker has indifference towards the truth of the utterance'. That explanation, in turn, is divided into two "species": hard bullshit, which occurs when there is an agenda to mislead, or soft bullshit, which is uttered without agenda.

"ChatGPT is at minimum a soft bullshitter or a bullshit machine, because if it is not an agent then it can neither hold any attitudes towards truth nor towards deceiving hearers about its (or, perhaps more properly, its users') agenda."

https://futurism.com/the-byte/researchers-ai-chatgpt-hallucinations-terminology

@technology #technology #chatGPT #LLM #LargeLanguageModels

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Excerpt from 'Dark Wire.' It's a good read.

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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.sdf.org/post/17907463

archive.org link

Decarbonization of the energy, transportation and industrial sectors by 2050 is a formidable challenge, and getting there will require significant use of nuclear power. But whether nuclear power figures into a country’s future energy mix or not, rigorous planning is needed to determine the clean energy composition that will work best depending on country-specific factors.

The publication, entitled ‘From Knowledge to Action: IAEA Toolkit for Sustainable Energy Planning’, was presented during a side event held on the margins of a meeting of the G20’s Energy Transitions Working Group in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

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Amazon’s use of AI and robotics in its warehouses isolates workers and negatively impacts union organizing drives, a new report finds.

The report, conducted by Oxford University research team Fairwork and the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence, aimed to explain how AI impacts warehouse workers by interviewing employees at robotic Amazon warehouses in the U.K.

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