Google has now joined Microsoft and Adobe in guaranteeing users of its AI platforms and services that the tech corporation will assume liability for any claims of Intellectual Property (IP) infringement.
In developing their artificial intelligence systems, Google, OpenAI, and other creators installed so-called guardrails that would keep their AIs from disseminating hate speech or disinformation and committing similarly unacceptable acts.
The Allen Institute for AI is building its own AI as an alternative to that of OpenAI or Google.
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.
Hordes of would-be “authors” are continuing to find their voice…well, their generative text-based AI voice.
They’re learning how easy it is to produce articles, promotional materials, blog posts, lyrics, short stories and even novels using Artificial Intelligence writing assistants like ChatGPT, Bard AI and others.
In a recent demonstration, a Google engineer showed a visually-equipped robotic arm three figurines on a table: a dinosaur, a lion, and a whale. The engineer told the arm to “pick up the extinct animal.” The arm reached across and plucked up the dinosaur, even though the robot had not been programmed to know what a dinosaur is.
Google, Microsoft, OpenAI, and Anthropic, an AI startup created by former OpenAI employees, are collaborating in an effort to promote responsible development and use of AI.
Google wants journalists to have their own specialized AI assistant.
It’s called Genesis.
Racing to claim a larger share of the global AI market, Google has released a version of its Bard AI that can chat with you in 43 languages as well as English.
This past week, seven major AI focused tech companies agreed to abide by and work with the Biden Administration’s AI guidance policies.
It made the announcement via a 21 July “FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Secures Voluntary Commitments from Leading Artificial Intelligence Companies to Manage the Risks Posed by AI.”