Google has finally begun selling PALM-2, its most powerful AI technology, to the general public in an attempt to make up for time lost to Amazon and Microsoft, which have been offering similar tools broadly for months.
Category: TRENDS IN AI – Sep 19 2023
The IRS is using some of its $80-million windfall from last year’s Inflation Reduction Act to bring AI to bear in tracking down taxes not paid by hedge funds, real estate investors, limited liability partnerships, and wealthy individuals, The New York Times reported.
The U.S. military plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to build thousands of AI-enlivened drones, surveillance craft, and other nimble machines that are “small, smart, and cheap,” deputy defense secretary Katherine Hicks revealed in a 6 September speech to a defense industry conference in Virginia.
OpenAI has released a version of its GPT artificial intelligence tailored specifically for businesses that will help employees write code, search documents, analyze corporate data, and carry out a range of other tasks, the company announced.
Automation in factories gutted the legion of blue-collar workers who made their living with their hands.
Now AI is automating knowledge work and it’s white-collar employees’ turn to be shown the door.
Last February, the 5,400-student school district in Walla Walla, WA, banned ChatGPT. In August, the district held a workshop on how to use chatbots and how to teach students the skills to make the most of them. About 100 teachers—almost a third of the district’s faculty—showed up.