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⚡️ Why Creative People Are Scared of Artificial Intelligence

Using AI to Improve Learning

Welcome to Daily Zaps. We do all the heavy lifting by reading and summarizing all the important AI news, so you can sit back, relax and still stay in the loop.

Here's what we got for you today:

  • OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman, Interview 🧠

  • Why Creative People Are Scared of Artificial Intelligence 🎨

  • How OpenAI Made ChatGPT Less Toxic 👩🏻‍💻

  • The Right Way to Adapt to ChatGPT at Schools ❤️

  • Cool Ai apps and news 🔥

  • Ai Meme of the Day 😂

OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman, Interview 

OpenAI's CEO, Sam Altman, recently chatted with StrictlyVC about his personal investments, what's next for OpenAI, and all things AI. They talked about which areas of AI development should be regulated, his concerns about the commercialization of AI, his views on Alphabet's approach to AI and the potential outcomes of AI becoming more important in our lives. Video is embedded below and available on Youtube. [Link]

Why Creative People Are Scared of Artificial Intelligence

Interesting explanation on why people are so amazed and scared of DALL-E, ChatGPT and AI in general. TL;DR AI is coming for your creative job first before the factory worker jobs.

...five or seven years ago the kind of ironclad wisdom on AI was first it comes for physical labor like truck driving or working in a factory then this sort of less demanding cognitive labor than the really demanding cognitive labor like computer programming and then and then very last of all or maybe never because maybe it's like some deep human special sauce was creativity and of course we can look now and say it really looks like it's going to go exactly the opposite direction.

If you don't think the above is true, below is an AI generated image of a steak dinner using Midjourney.

OpenAI Used Kenyan Workers on Less Than $2 Per Hour to Make ChatGPT Less Toxic

OpenAI used Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF) to make their AI less toxic. Now we know what that means and how it was accomplished. OpenAI used a crowdsourcing platform to get feedback from Kenyan workers to train GPT. They showed the workers examples of text generated by the model and asked them to rate it based on things like coherence and fluency. These ratings were used as rewards to train the model and the workers also gave feedback on the generated text, pointing out errors or inconsistencies. This way, OpenAI was able to get a lot of feedback from a diverse group of people, which helped improve GPT's ability to generate human-like text. Plus, it was a fast and affordable way to do it. [Link]

Using AI to Improve Learning

IMHO, the right way to react to ChatGPT was by a professor at Wharton business school. "And this doesn’t just apply to writing: I expect to see higher quality illustrations (made by AI art tools), code (written or checked by ChatGPT) and, in the coming months, even more outputs (video is coming soon). These tools will be part of their lives, they should learn how to apply it." [Link]

Cool Ai Apps + News

ChatGPT is coming to Azure OpenAI Service. [Link]

Another ChatGPT detector. The team for this projects consists of PhD students and engineers from 6 universities/companies. [Link]

Anthropic, started by some ex-OpenAI employees, is testing a new AI assistant named Claude that's similar to ChatGPT. [Link]

Perplexity Ask is a conversational search engine. It can now read answers with up-to-date sources and ask follow-up questions to dig deeper sort of like ChatGPT. [Link]

Peace out,Daily Zap Team

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