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  • OpenAI Releases 1.6 Billion Parameter Multilingual Speech Recognition AI Whisper
    OpenAI recently released Whisper, a 1.6 billion parameter AI model that can transcribe and translate speech audio from 97 different languages. Whisper was trained on 680,000 hours of audio data collected from the web and shows robust zero-shot performance on a wide range of automated speech recognition (ASR) tasks. By...
    Source: InfoQ by Anthony Alford
  • Get ready for the next generation of AI
    To receive The Algorithm in your inbox every Monday, sign up here. Welcome to the Algorithm!  Is anyone else feeling dizzy? Just when the AI community was wrapping its head around the astounding progress of text-to-image systems, we’re already moving on to the next frontier: text-to-video.  Late last week, Meta unveiled...
    Source: MIT Technology Review by Melissa Heikkilä
  • Meta’s new AI can turn text prompts into videos
    Meta has today unveiled an AI system that generates short videos based on text prompts.  Make-A-Video lets you type in a string of words, like “A dog wearing a superhero outfit with a red cape flying through the sky,” and then generates a five-second clip that, while pretty accurate, has...
    Source: MIT Technology Review by Melissa Heikkilä
  • DeepMind’s new chatbot uses Google searches plus humans to give better answers
    The trick to making a good AI-powered chatbot might be to have humans tell it how to behave—and force the model to back up its claims using the internet, according to a new paper by Alphabet-owned AI lab DeepMind.  In a new non-peer-reviewed paper out today, the team unveils Sparrow,...
    Source: MIT Technology Review by Melissa Heikkilä
  • Nvidia launches new services for training large language models
    As interest around large AI models — particularly large language models (LLMs) like OpenAI’s GPT-3 — grows, Nvidia is looking to cash in with new fully managed, cloud-powered services geared toward enterprise software developers. Today at the company’s fall 2022 GTC conference, Nvidia announced the NeMo LLM Service and BioNeMo...
    Source: TechCrunch by Kyle Wiggers
  • MIT Researchers Develop AI Model to Solve University-Level Mathematics Problems
    Researchers at MIT have developed an AI model that can solve problems used in university-level mathematics courses. The system uses the OpenAI Codex engine to generate programs that output the problem solution, including graphs and plots, achieving an accuracy of 81% on the MATH benchmark dataset as well as on...
    Source: InfoQ by Anthony Alford
  • AI tools like DALL-E 2 and Midjourney are helping architects—and their clients—d...
    Text-to-image generators are opening up new avenues for design. With just a few words, stunning visual worlds can be conjured from the ether. Through an emerging and fast evolving genre of artificial intelligence known as text-to-image generation, tools including DALL-E 2 and Midjourney have opened up the doors to a...
    Source: FastCoDesign by Nate Berg
  • How GPT-Neo Can Be Used in Different Tasks
    GPT3 has changed the level of language models and revolutionized AI by its capacity to learn with few examples, as GPT3 is a few-shot learner. However, it is not open-sourced, and access to OpenAI’s API is only available upon request. So EleutherAI is working on creating a similar model to...
    Source: DZone by Mittal Patel
  • DALL-E can now help you imagine what’s outside the frame of famous paintings
    OpenAI has added a new “outpointing” function to its text-to-image AI model DALL-E that lets the system generate new visuals that expand the borders of any given picture. In the example above, you can see how DALL-E, with the help of human prompting, “imagines” what’s outside the frame of Johannes...
    Source: The Verge by James Vincent
  • DALL-E’s latest trick: extending the boundaries of paintings
    An example of artwork with an outpainting-filled background. August Kamp / OpenAI / Johannes VermeerOpen AI is introducing a new feature to its test-to-image generator. Here's how it works. The post DALL-E’s latest trick: extending the boundaries of paintings appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Harry Guinness
  • New algorithm aces university math course questions
    Researchers use machine learning to automatically solve, explain, and generate university-level math problems at a human level....
    Source: MIT: Research by Adam Zewe | MIT News Office
  • Popular Design News of the Week: April 11, 2022 – April 17, 2022
    Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for...
    Source: WebdesignerDepot by Daniel Segun
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