Recent Articles In Artificial Intelligence
April 18, 2023 by DrJBHL on drjbhl
Windows latest reported on a possible first AI feature addition to Windows 11 in the article linked above. Smart snap already exists which appears on mousing over the maximize button after enabling Smart snap in System>Settings>Multitasking>Snap Windows. The addition of AI will add the ability of the system to learn preferred window size per app, apparently, and in a layout you choose which can be reapplied in a single click. The Windows Latest article has a gif illustrating this. ...
April 18, 2023 by DrJBHL on drjbhl
Windows latest reported on a possible first AI feature addition to Windows 11 in the article linked above. Smart snap already exists which appears on mousing over the maximize button after enabling Smart snap in System>Settings>Multitasking>Snap Windows. The addition of AI will add the ability of the system to learn preferred window size per app, apparently, and in a layout you choose which can be reapplied in a single click. The Windows Latest article has a gif illustrating this. ...
April 18, 2023 by DrJBHL on drjbhl
Windows latest reported on a possible first AI feature addition to Windows 11 in the article linked above. Smart snap already exists which appears on mousing over the maximize button after enabling Smart snap in System>Settings>Multitasking>Snap Windows. The addition of AI will add the ability of the system to learn preferred window size per app, apparently, and in a layout you choose which can be reapplied in a single click. The Windows Latest article has a gif illustrating this. ...
I'm going to use a number of really dumb analogies to try to explain how these large language models like ChatGPT work. First, you have the amount of training they have done combined with the number of things they can look at at once.  ChatGPT 4 is much better than ChatGPT 3 in that regard.  Think of this as the AI's "hard drive". Second, and often unappreciated, is the number of tokens that the model can handle.  Think of this as RAM.  Tokens represents how much the AI...
I'm going to use a number of really dumb analogies to try to explain how these large language models like ChatGPT work. First, you have the amount of training they have done combined with the number of things they can look at at once.  ChatGPT 4 is much better than ChatGPT 3 in that regard.  Think of this as the AI's "hard drive". Second, and often unappreciated, is the number of tokens that the model can handle.  Think of this as RAM.  Tokens represents how much the AI...
I'm going to use a number of really dumb analogies to try to explain how these large language models like ChatGPT work. First, you have the amount of training they have done combined with the number of things they can look at at once.  ChatGPT 4 is much better than ChatGPT 3 in that regard.  Think of this as the AI's "hard drive". Second, and often unappreciated, is the number of tokens that the model can handle.  Think of this as RAM.  Tokens represents how much the AI...
A recent open letter signed by tech giants, including Elon Musk, has called for a halt in AI development, citing "profound risks to society and humanity." But could this pause lead to a more dangerous outcome? The AI landscape resembles the classic Prisoner's Dilemma, where cooperation yields the best results, but betrayal tempts players to seek personal gain. If OpenAI pauses work on ChatGPT, will others follow, or will they capitalize on the opportunity to surpass OpenAI? This is parti...
A recent open letter signed by tech giants, including Elon Musk, has called for a halt in AI development, citing "profound risks to society and humanity." But could this pause lead to a more dangerous outcome? The AI landscape resembles the classic Prisoner's Dilemma, where cooperation yields the best results, but betrayal tempts players to seek personal gain. If OpenAI pauses work on ChatGPT, will others follow, or will they capitalize on the opportunity to surpass OpenAI? This is parti...
A recent open letter signed by tech giants, including Elon Musk, has called for a halt in AI development, citing "profound risks to society and humanity." But could this pause lead to a more dangerous outcome? The AI landscape resembles the classic Prisoner's Dilemma, where cooperation yields the best results, but betrayal tempts players to seek personal gain. If OpenAI pauses work on ChatGPT, will others follow, or will they capitalize on the opportunity to surpass OpenAI? This is parti...
ChatGPT Bing AI I really love red cabernet wine. Please recommend 15 bottles of this priced between $50 and $100 that are very high quality.   Stag's Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon - This Napa Valley wine is known for its rich flavors of dark fruit, chocolate, and espresso. It is priced around $60 and is highly rated by wine experts. Caymus Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon - This wine is often described as rich and bold, with notes of black cherry,...
ChatGPT Bing AI I really love red cabernet wine. Please recommend 15 bottles of this priced between $50 and $100 that are very high quality.   Stag's Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon - This Napa Valley wine is known for its rich flavors of dark fruit, chocolate, and espresso. It is priced around $60 and is highly rated by wine experts. Caymus Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon - This wine is often described as rich and bold, with notes of black cherry,...
ChatGPT Bing AI I really love red cabernet wine. Please recommend 15 bottles of this priced between $50 and $100 that are very high quality.   Stag's Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon - This Napa Valley wine is known for its rich flavors of dark fruit, chocolate, and espresso. It is priced around $60 and is highly rated by wine experts. Caymus Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon - This wine is often described as rich and bold, with notes of black cherry,...
February 17, 2023 by DrJBHL on drjbhl
Damn it, Jim...I'm a Doctor, not a writer! Dr. McCoy  could  have said that, but he didn't: I did, and the Jim isn't Cap't. Kirk, he's RnD. Jim suggested I do an article about deepfakes (per Merriam Webster: an image or recording that has been convincingly altered and manipulated to misrepresent someone as doing or saying something that was not actually done or said). I decided to expand on that to include the pluses and minuses (the good and bad, if you will) of AI...even to the good...
February 17, 2023 by DrJBHL on drjbhl
Damn it, Jim...I'm a Doctor, not a writer! Dr. McCoy  could  have said that, but he didn't: I did, and the Jim isn't Cap't. Kirk, he's RnD. Jim suggested I do an article about deepfakes (per Merriam Webster: an image or recording that has been convincingly altered and manipulated to misrepresent someone as doing or saying something that was not actually done or said). I decided to expand on that to include the pluses and minuses (the good and bad, if you will) of AI...even to the good...
February 17, 2023 by DrJBHL on drjbhl
Damn it, Jim...I'm a Doctor, not a writer! Dr. McCoy  could  have said that, but he didn't: I did, and the Jim isn't Cap't. Kirk, he's RnD. Jim suggested I do an article about deepfakes (per Merriam Webster: an image or recording that has been convincingly altered and manipulated to misrepresent someone as doing or saying something that was not actually done or said). I decided to expand on that to include the pluses and minuses (the good and bad, if you will) of AI...even to the good...