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Google sets the bar for AI language models with PaLM

Google’s new large language model (LLM) called PaLM (Pathways Language Model) is the first outcome…

Apr 12, 2022

Massaging AI language models for fun, profit and ethics

Do AI language models really demonstrate intelligence? What about morality? Is it ok to tweak…

Apr 4, 2022

Trustworthy AI: How to ensure trust and ethics in AI

A pragmatic and direct approach to ethics and trust in artificial intelligence (AI) — who…

Mar 22, 2022

Andrew Ng predicts the next 10 years in AI

Did you ever feel you’ve had enough of your current line of work and wanted…

Mar 21, 2022

How Netflix built its real-time data infrastructure

What makes Netflix, Netflix? Creating compelling original programming, analyzing its user data to serve subscribers…

Feb 17, 2022

Working from home means working different hours, but not necessarily more

The National Bureau of Economic Research analyzed the side effects of remote work using data…

Jan 11, 2022

What will applied AI look like in 2022?

AI adoption has skyrocketed throughout the last 18 months. Besides Joe McKendrick, who wrote the…

Dec 29, 2021

2022 technology trend review, part two: AI and graphs

AI and graphs have a few things in common: they are multi-faceted, ubiquitous in their…

Dec 21, 2021

LinkedIn and Intel tech leaders on the state of AI

AI is on a roll. Adoption is increasing across the board, and organizations are already…

Nov 30, 2021

The State of AI in 2021: Language models, healthcare, ethics, and AI agnosticism

Takeaways from an action-packed 2021 for AI: Healthcare is just getting started with its AI…

Oct 25, 2021

The state of AI in 2021: Machine learning in production, MLOps and data-centric AI

With lessons learned from operationalizing AI, the emphasis is shifting from shiny new models to…

Oct 14, 2021

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