Newsletter: When did artificial intelligence start?

When did artificial intelligence start?

What is the history of artificial intelligence?

The history of artificial intelligence (AI) can be traced back to ancient times, when philosophers and mathematicians began to speculate about the possibility of creating machines that could think like humans. However, it was not until the 20th century that AI began to develop into a real field of scientific study.

In 1950, Alan Turing published a paper called “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,” which introduced the Turing test, a test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human. The Turing test is still widely used today as a benchmark for AI research.

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And here’s what I have today;

OpenAI discusses its “love” for Journalism. The latest post from the AI company presents their position on training AI models on copyrighted content like news articles in response to a recent lawsuit from The New York Times.

What is going on here?

OpenAI believes training models on copyrighted content is fair use but provides their POV on the NYT lawsuit.

What does this mean?

OpenAI gives out 4 points to make their case:

Collaboration with news organizations: OpenAI has recently partnered with AP, Alex Springer, American Journalism Project and NYU. In return, they are helping reporters and editors with time-consuming tasks.

Training is fair use. OpenAI stands strong on this claim by linking to support comments and ruling in other countries.

“Regurgitation” is a rare bug. Exact memorization happens when the same content is in the dataset multiple times. OpenAI is working to solve this, and claims NYT’s small footprint in the training material doesn’t matter.

NYT is acting in bad faith. OpenAI and NYT were in talks before the court case and it claims that NYT didn’t inform OpenAI about this move. OpenAI makes its defense attack, stating that the examples shown by New York Times are cherry-picked, created by manipulated prompts with excerpts of those articles, and not an “allowed” use according to OpenAI’s terms anyway.

Why should I care?

Throughout, OpenAI pats its back with examples of their actions like linking to fetched articles, providing opt-out options, and removing the browsing feature in July.

Brilliant PR move from Open AI. The statement positions OpenAI as a “friend of journalists” and NYT’s move as a bad faith, anti-technology move. Will OpenAi be able to do so in court though?

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