Google's Gemini is Mountain View's answer to GPT-4. According to The Information, Gemini was originally scheduled to debut next week at a series of events that have now been postponed until January. Continue Reading →
Generative AI requires vast amounts of training, and many of the most popular large language models have been trained by scraping publicly available websites. There are numerous lawsuits focused on whether or not copyrighted material can be used for AI training without the knowledge, consent, and remuneration to the rights holders. Continue Reading →
Google Cloud has unveiled a new artificial intelligence-powered search tool that consolidates data from clinical notes, scanned documents, and electronic health records. This will help healthcare professionals retrieve relevant information more efficiently, and could alleviate some of the administrative burden on physicians. Continue Reading →
Google has announced significant updates to its AI tool, Bard. The tool now offers direct integration with Google's suite of apps and services, facilitated by the introduction of Bard Extensions. This feature enables users to seamlessly access information from Gmail, Docs, Drive, and other services within a Bard conversation. Continue Reading →
Seven AI tech giants – OpenAI, Microsoft, Google, Meta, Amazon, Anthropic, and Inflection – have committed to watermarking AI-generated content. The goal is to label the provenance of AI-generated text, video, audio, and images, thereby reducing the risk of misleading users about the content's origins. As Google's blog aptly puts it, "None of us can get AI right on our own." Continue Reading →