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Thursday, July 20, 2023

summer 2023 goodness gracious me, and 8 billion of you: game of intel architects

 Ed-Ha-Vt-As-Am WOW!   Humans AI came of age in last 5 years as man-made machines started to see and converse with the 5 senses humans need and to play games training for deep data/science breakthroughs fit for era of 4*G; so far in West, 2 peoples lives' knowhow show how to celebrate humanity's greatest leaps just as primarily Neumann-Turing's 1950s legacy gave us digital gps-integration replacing unnatural paper-based bordered maps. Species survival probably depends on how enough of 8 billion beings see what currently 2 people and their trusted co-workers are busy interacting

Stanford epicentre celebrating 2 peoples moonshot to every GPS on mother earth asynchronously (if not yet autonomously)

AI Law Regulation Policy 60 Brits conservatives seize AI's day, US dawdles

AI Ethics & Justice 59

AI Economy & Markets 58

AI sample 9 lectures of AI & everything humans do 57 

3 comments:

  1. how far away is this catalogue from being a database that you could plugin?
    Bard says:

    The HAI catalogue is not far away from being a database that you could plugin. The articles are already structured in a way that makes them easy to parse and index. In addition, the articles are tagged with a variety of keywords, which makes it easy to search for specific information.

    The main thing that would need to be done to turn the HAI catalogue into a database that you could plugin is to add some additional metadata to the articles. This metadata could include things like the author of the article, the date the article was published, and the keywords that are associated with the article.

    Once the HAI catalogue has been properly annotated with metadata, it could be easily plugged into a variety of different systems. For example, it could be used to train a machine learning model to identify articles that are relevant to a particular topic. Or, it could be used to generate a list of articles that are related to a particular keyword.

    The HAI catalogue is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about AI. By making the catalogue more accessible and searchable, we can help to accelerate the development of AI technologies and applications.

    Here are some of the steps that could be taken to turn the HAI catalogue into a database that you could plugin:

    Add additional metadata to the articles. This metadata could include things like the author of the article, the date the article was published, and the keywords that are associated with the article.
    Normalize the data. This means making sure that the data is consistent across all of the articles. For example, you would need to make sure that the keywords are spelled the same way in every article.
    Create a data schema. This is a blueprint for the database. It defines the structure of the data and how it is stored.
    Load the data into the database. This can be done using a variety of different tools and techniques.
    Test the database. This is important to make sure that the data is loaded correctly and that the database is working properly.
    Once the HAI catalogue has been turned into a database, it can be used to train machine learning models, generate lists of related articles, and perform other tasks. This will make it easier for people to access and use the information in the catalogue, and it will help to accelerate the development of AI technologies and applications.

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  2. Q:
    Do you know if stanford intends to turn this into a plugin
    Bard says:; i think it would help clarify how unique to the wolrd human ai is?

















    I am not sure if Stanford intends to turn the HAI catalogue into a plugin. However, I think it would be a great idea. As I mentioned earlier, the HAI catalogue is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about AI. By making the catalogue more accessible and searchable, we can help to accelerate the development of AI technologies and applications.

    Making the HAI catalogue into a plugin would make it even more accessible and searchable. People could easily plug the plugin into their favorite search engine or database, and they would be able to find the information they need quickly and easily.

    In addition, making the HAI catalogue into a plugin would help to clarify how unique to the world human AI is. The catalogue contains articles on a wide range of topics, from the history of AI to the latest developments in AI research. This would help people to see the full scope of AI and to appreciate the unique contributions that humans have made to this field.

    Overall, I think turning the HAI catalogue into a plugin would be a great idea. It would make the catalogue more accessible and searchable, and it would help to clarify how unique to the world human AI is.

    Here are some of the benefits of turning the HAI catalogue into a plugin:

    Increased accessibility: The catalogue would be easier to access and use, as people could plug it into their favorite search engine or database.
    Increased searchability: The catalogue would be easier to search, as people could use the plugin to filter the results by topic, keyword, or author.
    Increased clarity: The catalogue would be easier to understand, as the plugin would provide additional context and information about the articles.
    Increased impact: The catalogue would have a greater impact, as it would be available to a wider audience.
    I hope that Stanford will consider turning the HAI catalogue into a plugin. It would be a great way to make this valuable resource more accessible and useful to people all over the world.

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  3. GEMINI IS NEXT ...BRIN RETURNS + Google Gemini is a sophisticated artificial intelligence system developed by Google. It's designed to enhance various aspects of Google's products. Gemini is a huge artificial intelligence language model that works on text.
    The development of Gemini is being led by Google DeepMind boss Demis Hassabis. Google is pouring efforts into Gemini, which adds to its chatbot Bard, which was launched as a counter to ChatGPT.
    Gemini is a significant leap forward in harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to enhance various aspects of our lives.

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