For AI to mirror human intelligence, it must perceive the world like we do.
this is really good stuff, thank you!
This is definitely something to think about...
Wow! Thanks for replying. On one hand, amazing! On the other hand, horrifying!
Thanks Alex for the excellent article, although felt like it was little short, considering how interesting it was going!
One suggestion - Like "Number Of The Week", would also like to see "News of the week", if there is anything interesting happened in the tech world from the last article.
"people dreaming about their human-level intelligence"
Who is that?
After we see what human intelligence results in like 9/11, the holocaust, naming a damm near las Vegas etc., nobody should hope that AI does or can do the same like humans - is that allowed by law at all?
And nobody knows gravity by instinct, that's learned by dropping the baby-soother.
This is a great read! Also -- do you have an art credit for the image at top? Love it.
Thanks Alex !
Re: Google's "$100 billion" costliest demo fail ever. sounds like a real market over-reaction. Demos fail at the worst times; corollary to Murphy's law. Google was flat-footed in response to chatGPT for now, but their LLMs are as good or better. For the good of a competitive AI space, let's hope they get their act together and make a great product available. The real challenge to Google is that LLM-based AI assistants have very different interfaces to a search page, that will displace the search ad monetization model. So even if Bard succeeds at fending off a new and improved Bing, what happens to Google's Search Ad bread and butter? Search hasn't evolved much in the last 15-20 years, so it's time for innovative disruption.
People like Yan are underappreciated. And, so on.