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Quote from: alancalverd on 05/12/2023 10:47:37Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 05/12/2023 06:37:04What's generated by Alpha Zero by self playing is synthetic data.So AI is a complicated and unsatisfying form of masturbation? Might account for the sort of garbage that chatbots deliver.AI faces no sexual pressure just for survival. Nevertheless, that strategy has successfully been proven to beat the best human players of chess and go.Humans delivering garbage in online chats is not an especially rare occurrence.
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 05/12/2023 06:37:04What's generated by Alpha Zero by self playing is synthetic data.So AI is a complicated and unsatisfying form of masturbation? Might account for the sort of garbage that chatbots deliver.
What's generated by Alpha Zero by self playing is synthetic data.
Gemini is here! All 60 pages of the technical report read, plus the AlphaCode 2 bombshell paper explained and analysed. Is that paper even more consequential than Gemini? Plus the launch of AI Insiders, Gemini demos, Hassabis hints and much, much more!
Watch Google DeepMind Research Scientist Sebastian Nowozin and Software Engineer Taylor Applebaum use Gemini to read, understand and filter 200,000 scientific papers to extract crucial scientific information. All in a lunch break.
As the cofounder of Google DeepMind, Shane Legg is driving one of the greatest transformations in history: the development of artificial general intelligence (AGI). He envisions a system with human-like intelligence that would be exponentially smarter than today's AI, with limitless possibilities and applications. In conversation with head of TED Chris Anderson, Legg explores the evolution of AGI, what the world might look like when it arrives ? and how to ensure it's built safely and ethically.
Integrity & Trust go hand in hand Together.Fake one or Break one, and you End up losing the Other.Fake Ads with False Claims are Great at creating a Hype.No use slicing Mangoes that aren't as yet Ripe.ps - i do share your Excitement n Optimism regarding A.I.: )Don't get me Wrong!
You've heard of the Human Genome Project, and how having all that info about our genes could help us treat /tons/ of diseases. But a newer project wants to zoom out a little and use different genetic information to help us solve our problems. Enter, primates.
New bot in town! Optimus Gen 2 features Tesla-designed actuators and sensors, faster and more capable hands, faster walking, lower total weight, articulated neck, and more.
SummaryWes Roth showcases a series of intriguing AI-related segments. The video begins with a demonstration of AI vision in real-time, highlighting its potential as the next big frontier in technology. The presenter then delves into the intricate world of large language models, using GPT-3 as a prime example, and provides a vivid visualization of its architecture. This is followed by a fascinating exploration of the capabilities of neural networks, including their ability to create visual content rapidly and to serve as digital coaches. The video also touches on the ethical implications of AI control and concludes with a discussion on autonomous robots synthesizing new materials, underscoring the role of AI in advancing science.Video Chapters[00:00] - Introduction to AI Videos: Brief intro to a series of cool AI videos.[00:35] - Real-Time AI Vision Demonstration: Showcasing an AI interpreting a person's actions in real-time.[01:00] - Exploring Large Language Models: Visualizations and explanations of neural networks, focusing on GPT-3.[02:00] - Nano GPT Visualization: A detailed look at the smaller scale of GPT architecture and its processing.[03:00] - Neural Networks and Human Brain Analogy: Discussing the similarities between AI models and the human brain.[04:45] - The Significance of Predicting the Next Word: Explaining the importance and complexity behind this neural network function.[06:15] - AI in Video Production: Demonstrating AI's ability to create visual content from text inputs.[08:05] - AI as a Digital Coach: Discussing the potential and ethical considerations of AI in personal coaching.[09:00] - Augmented Reality Demonstration: Showcasing the realism of augmented reality in a real room setting.[10:10] - Autonomous Robot Material Synthesis: Highlighting an AI project for creating new materials.[11:20] - Milestone Acknowledgment and Conclusion: Presenter reflects on a personal milestone and concludes the video.
Manifold Markets is a prediction market: you can bet internet points (NOT REAL MONEY) on the probability of future events. The bets of the users, in aggregation, produce calibrated probabilities. Ditch the news. We have real-life crystal balls now.
The bets of the users, in aggregation, produce calibrated probabilities.
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 18/12/2023 08:48:38 The bets of the users, in aggregation, produce calibrated probabilities. No, they produce a consensus. The winnings may indicate the average skill of the punters, but unless the net gains exceed the net losses after taking inflation into account, they give no confidence in their predictive power.If you asked everyone in the world to bet on it, they would tell you that the world will be flat tomorrow - that's the predictive power of consensus.
Really starting to seem like all computing problems, no matter how complex, can be solved by brute forcing obscene amounts of data into a neural net and then working backwards by using that solution to generate training data for a more efficient solution. This is known as "the bitter lesson": cleverer hand-crafted techniques just seem to do worse.
This is known as "the bitter lesson": cleverer hand-crafted techniques just seem to do worse.
I quite like to mess about with systems called "Cellular Automata", so I wanted to share a Rust library I have been working on to simulate the Lenia system. And on the way, I also describe the steps it took to get to Lenia, as well as how the Conway's Game of Life, SmoothLife and Lenia cellular automata work in a quick way.I, unfortunately have misled you in the video just a tiny bit... Namely, Already the SmoothLife system of cellular automata technically introduced the "integration step"... indeed, it would be impossible to simulate some of the shown SmoothLife systems without the integration step part. Some would perhaps even say that SmoothLife is more powerful and more general and a more faithful generalization of Conway's Game of Life than Lenia. And, well, if we allow for all of the experimentation and little upgrades that people have made over time to SmoothLife, then it ends up not being dissimilar from Lenia in general indeed. This will most likely not be the last video about Lenia you will see from this channel, for I have some upgrades in mind for the Lenia system myself... ones that should allow Lenia to truly be the most general type of Life-Like system of cellular automata. As well as something that should make it more... "physics-like", shall we say. But when will I get to all that, only time will tell.
What's generated by Alpha Zero by self playing is synthetic data. It's not produced by some measurements.
In this video, I discuss the intuition and brilliance behind Self Play - a standard reinforcement learning algorithm that has trained many multi-agent RL AI like Alpha Go Zero, Leela Chess Zero, the Dota 2 AI, and multiple simulation projects like "You shall not pass", "Kick and Defend", "Sumo Wrestle", and the team-based "Hide and Seek" by OpenAI. 0:00 - Intro0:51 - Why MARL is HARD03:41 - Self Play06:45 - Why it works08:10 - Asymmetric Environments
Here's a clear break down on self play in multi agent AI.
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 05/01/2024 13:41:13Here's a clear break down on self play in multi agent AI.At last, a use for AI. Set your computer to watch porn, and get a life.
A lawyer in New York is facing sanctions ? and possibly worse ? after he used the AI service Chat GPT to create a legal brief. The artificial intelligence bot created a list of fake court cases that the lawyer used in his brief, but he got busted when the opposing side couldn?t find any of the made up cases. Then, the death of a disabled, elderly man last summer has raised serious questions about the care given to disabled individuals all over the country. And a trial that is expected as a result of this death could have nation-wide implications. Mike Papantonio is joined by attorney Troy Rafferty to talk about this case and the impacts that it could have.