China Proposes ‘Blacklist’ For AI Training Data
China has taken a step towards regulating its AI industry by proposing a blacklist of sources that cannot be used for training generative AI models. This includes censored content from the Chinese internet. The proposal was published by China’s National Information Security Standardization Committee, which includes officials from the Cyberspace Administration of China, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the police.
According to Benzinga, China is making efforts to regulate its AI industry by proposing a blacklist for training generative AI models. The proposed blacklist will include censored content from the Chinese internet. This initiative is being led by China’s National Information Security Standardization Committee, which includes officials from various government bodies.
Google, Microsoft Chatbots Misfire on Israel-Hamas Conflict News
Recently, chatbots from Google and Microsoft made incorrect reports regarding a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict. Despite often providing balanced responses and accurate news summaries, these chatbots produced significant errors, which raised concerns about their credibility and potential to contribute to public confusion in complex situations.
Benzinga highlights how Google and Microsoft’s chatbots recently made mistakes in their reporting on the Israel-Hamas conflict. While these chatbots usually generate balanced responses and reliable news summaries, their errors in the reporting of the ceasefire have sparked doubts about their accuracy and the role they play in spreading misinformation.
ChatGPT Chief Sam Altman’s ‘Internet Troll Streak’
During an interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Sam Altman, the chief of ChatGPT and the head of Microsoft-backed OpenAI, acknowledged having an “internet troll streak.” Altman discussed various topics, including the future of AI, the capabilities of ChatGPT, and the possibility of a future version of GPT that could reflect the stream of consciousness in our minds.
According to a Benzinga article, Sam Altman, the chief of ChatGPT and CEO of OpenAI, revealed during an interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast that he has an “internet troll streak.” Altman touched upon various topics, including the future of AI and the potential of a future GPT version that can reflect the inner thoughts and ideas.
Nvidia’s Shares Predicted to Rise by 50%
According to analysts at TD Cowen, Nvidia Corporation’s stock is expected to experience significant growth, with predictions suggesting a 50% increase. These analysts have revised their price target for Nvidia, maintaining an Outperform rating and raising the price target to $700 from the previous estimate of $600.
As reported on Benzinga, analysts at TD Cowen predict a 50% rise in Nvidia’s stock. The analysts have revised their price target to $700, up from the previous estimate of $600. With this bullish outlook, the stock is expected to perform well in the near future.
Future AI Could Display ‘Word Soup’ of Your Thoughts
Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, is of the opinion that future neural devices will have the ability to visualize and display thoughts as words, potentially enabling telepathic communication. This vision is based on the advancement of artificial intelligence and the potential it holds for understanding and accessing human thoughts.
According to a Benzinga article, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman predicts that future AI devices will be able to display the thoughts of individuals as words. He believes that advancements in AI will allow us to visualize and understand human thoughts, opening up possibilities for telepathic communication.
In this week’s tech news roundup, we witnessed significant developments in the regulation of AI in China, with the proposal of a blacklist for AI training data. Additionally, chatbots from Google and Microsoft faced criticism for their incorrect reporting on the Israel-Hamas conflict, highlighting concerns about accuracy and potential misinformation. OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altman, shared intriguing insights on the future of AI, including the possibility of displaying our thoughts as words. Lastly, analysts predict a 50% rise in Nvidia’s stock, amplifying investor optimism in the semiconductor firm.
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