Posts Tagged ‘AI’
Imagine the Possibilities with Generative AI!
Generative AI is clearly here for the long term. Although there are plenty of ethical issues surrounding the use of these tools, I’m going to have a little fun showing some of their possibilities. Hopefully this will, in turn, get you thinking how you can utilize (g)AI in your business, since both obvious and not-so-obvious…Read More
Could Quantum Materials Lead to Emergent Intelligence?
As technologies have advanced—and especially with the rapid rise of AI that’s happening now—we’re seeing incredible capabilities and the most human-like computer intelligence we’ve ever encountered. Unfortunately, those capabilities take a big toll on the environment, sucking up huge amounts of energy and water and leaving a big carbon footprint that we’d be wise not…Read More
It’s Not Biological, But AI’s Carbon Footprint and Thirst for Water are Astonishing
In recent months we’ve all been stunned by the rapid rate of AI development, particularly when ChatGPT became publicly available and then quickly led to the even more capable GPT-4, Microsoft’s integration of GPT into Bing, and the AI race between tech giants we’re seeing now. There’s lots of discussion about how this advancing technology…Read More
Your Microsoft 365 Copilot is Almost Here! Are You and Your Data Ready to Let it Shine?
The recent announcement of Microsoft 365 Copilot, an AI-enhanced productivity tool, promises to revolutionize the way we work by integrating advanced AI into everyday applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Teams. The impact of Copilot will be significant, with the potential to streamline workflows, improve efficiency, and save time. As organizations prepare to embrace…Read More
Discover Potential for Your Business with a Computer Vision Accelerator
Computer vision describes the process when a computer using artificial intelligence algorithms can identify and process images (photos, videos, etc.) and then create an appropriate output from the analysis because the computer can actually “understand” the content. Specifically, computer vision can rapidly detect, identify, classify, and verify objects. As industries continue to move forward, computer…Read More
What is Computer Vision? The Technology Behind this Intelligent Tool
Computer vision is a machine learning technology that allows a computer to process visual images in such a way that it can “understand” and give meaning to them. Then it can perform tasks related to the sorting and identification of related images. Applications for this AI capability are continuing to grow, and forward-thinking companies have…Read More
How Enterprises Can Use GPT Technology to Drive Their Business Forward
It’s becoming ever clearer that technologies like ChatGPT, one of several new artificial intelligence systems which appears to wield advanced proficiency in using natural language, will open up a plethora of new opportunities for individuals, organizations, and society. It is easy, however, to be stunned by the seemingly infinite number of possibilities that this technology…Read More
ChatGPT Gets Chatty!
This month I’ve done a series on OpenAI’s generative text model, ChatGPT—simple use cases to try out, its current limitations and problems, and how it might change the ways we think, learn and operate. Now it’s time to let Chatty (my nickname for the übersyllabic chatbot) speak for itself. To demonstrate the kinds of responses…Read More
The Problem(s) with ChatGPT
ChatGPT has quickly become a big buzzword, and by now many of us have given the generative AI model a try. We’ve been amazed at how eloquently it can write. We’ve marveled at that cursor laying out an answer in less time than it took us to formulate the question. We’ve brainstormed ways it can…Read More
ChatGPT Use Cases You Haven’t Thought of
When we published a blog about GPT-3 last year, we thought it would be fun to have the generative AI model itself write parts of the article. With the release of the new GPT3.5 update’s ChatGPT at the end of November, there’s been an explosion of attention on AI-generated text, with many authors bringing it…Read More