AI’s Achilles Heel: New Research Pinpoints Fundamental Weaknesses

AI’s Achilles Heel: New Research Pinpoints Fundamental Weaknesses This article was originally published in SciTechDaily. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have become the first in the world to mathematically prove that, beyond simple problems, it is impossible to develop algorithms for AI that will always be stable. ChatGPT and similar machine learning-based technologies are on […]

Article Alert: A Comprehensive Survey of Hallucination Mitigation Techniques in Large Language Models

Article Alert: A Comprehensive Survey of Hallucination Mitigation Techniques in Large Language Models This article is co-authored by S.M Towhidul Islam Tonmoy, S M Mehedi Zaman, Vinija Jain, Anku Rani, Vipula Rawte, Aman Chadha, and Amitava Das. Abstract: As Large Language Models (LLMs) continue to advance in their ability to write human-like text, a key challenge remains around their tendency to […]

Google AI has better bedside manner than human doctors — and makes better diagnoses

Google AI has better bedside manner than human doctors — and makes better diagnoses This article was written by Mariana Lenharo for Nature News. An artificial intelligence (AI) system trained to conduct medical interviews matched, or even surpassed, human doctors’ performance at conversing with simulated patients and listing possible diagnoses on the basis of the patients’ medical […]

Research Article: Mathematical discoveries from program search with large language models

Research Article: Mathematical discoveries from program search with large language models This article has recently been published in Nature and authored by Bernardino Romera-Paredes and colleagues. Abstract: Large Language Models (LLMs) have demonstrated tremendous capabilities in solving complex tasks, from quantitative reasoning to understanding natural language. However, LLMs sometimes suffer from confabulations (or hallucinations) which […]

Google’s New Gmail Tool is Hallucinating Emails that don’t Exist

Google’s New Gmail Tool is Hallucinating Emails that don’t Exist This article is authored by Maggie Harrison for Futurism. Google’s new Bard extension will apparently summarize emails, plan your travels, and — oh, yeah — fabricate emails that you never actually sent. Last week, Google plugged its large language model-powered chatbot called Bard into a bevy of Google […]

Can LLMs Really Reason and Plan?

Can LLMs Really Reason and Plan? This is the title of the slides of Prof. Subbarao Kambhampati, Professor of AI at the Arizona State University, and the former President of AAAI. He gave this talk at the recent JP Morgan AI summit. Please find below the link to the slides and the audio of the […]

Valued at $1B, Kai-Fu Lee’s LLM startup unveils open source model

Valued at $1B, Kai-Fu Lee’s LLM startup unveils open source model This TechCrunch article written by Rita Liao, reports on Kai-Fu Lee, the venture capitalist and computer scientist wants to create an OpenAI equivalent for China. Kai-Fu Lee, the computer scientist known in the West for his bestseller “AI Superpowers” and in China for his bets on artificial […]

How transparent are AI models? Stanford researchers found out.

How transparent are AI models? Stanford researchers found out. Sharon Goldman writes for VentureBeat about a new Stanford study that assesses how different, commercially available, foundational models fare in terms of transparency. Stanford University’s Center for Research on Foundation Models (CRFM) took a big swing on evaluating the transparency of a variety of AI large language models […]

MIT scholars awarded seed grants to probe the social implications of generative AI

MIT scholars awarded seed grants to probe the social implications of generative AI In July, MIT President Sally Kornbluth and Provost Cynthia Barnhart issued a call for papers to “articulate effective roadmaps, policy recommendations, and calls for action across the broad domain of generative AI.” Over the next month, they received an influx of responses […]