Much in the news cycle. Much buzz. I’ll expect books and a movie script for something even more epic that The Social Connection. OpenAI’s “bizarre org chart.” Mission creep or mission miscommunication? Was a wizard workers mass exit a real scenario? The twists and turns … Is “the problem posed by superintelligence” really “humanity’s final… Continue reading Humanity’s final challenge – AI profit?
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve found more “good enough” things to be just that – versus always seeking the so-called “best.” But trusting “good enough” data – approximate or inaccurate data – that works most of the time can take us down rabbit holes. Saying “the tech made me do it” is no excuse for… Continue reading when close enough often enough ≠ correct – tracking tech
You want your kids to be good citizens, conscientious & responsible; but also resilient to new challenges and hardships (as “sh** happens”). So, how do you come up with guidelines for their growth that are as dynamic as the novel circumstances they’ll face? Ditto for economic and social health and growth? As noted elsewhere as… Continue reading Better to ask forgiveness than permission? – Big Tech regulatory framework
Paraphrasing a famous quote by Mark Twain: A fake video can make it half way around the world before social media even has time to identify it (let alone perhaps take it down). Another dimension to deepfakes – voice clones. A trope in crime and spy thrillers. And now putting voice artists’ jobs at risk.… Continue reading AI voice mimicry – the darkside of fakery
Prompt engineers are in demand. This article notes salary ranges. • CNBC > makeit > “This is the No. 1 ‘most important’ AI skill you need to know, says MIT expert: ‘You can learn the basics in 2 hours’” by Tom Huddleston Jr. (Sep 22 2023) – Everyone needs to learn prompt engineering. Prompt engineering… Continue reading AI prompt engineering – employment opportunities