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Unveiling the "Rolls-Royce" of AI models

Hello! Grab your coffee and take a seat, because we have a latte new AI happenings to explore. 😋

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Anthropic releases Claude 3 Opus 🦾

Entrée: OpenAI releases “Read Aloud” feature for ChatGPT 🗣️

Dessert: CNET gets banned by Wikipedia over AI 🚫


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The AI model that will put all other AI models to shame is here, apparently! 🤨

What’s new? Anthropic, the AI company backed by Google and Amazon, has released Claude 3 Opus, a new AI model that outperforms GPT-4 and Gemini 1.0 Ultra on various benchmark exams (see above).

“This is the Rolls-Royce of models, at least at this point in time.”

-Dario Amodei, Anthropic CEO

What sets Claude 3 apart? Claude 3 Opus stands out from other models for its ability to perform intricate, detail-oriented tasks, such as complex financial analyses. A notable feature of Claude 3 is its multimodal capabilities, responding to both text and image queries—it handles these a bit differently than other large models. While having the ability to generate new content, CEO Dario Amodei clarified that Claude 3 will analyze images and answer questions about them rather than produce them. This decision reflects industry awareness following Google Gemini’s recent controversy over inaccurately depicted historical images.

Where is the new model available? Claude 3 Opus is now available to use in claude.ai and via the Claude API, available in 159 countries. Anthropic also plans to make Claude 3 models available on Google and Amazon’s cloud platforms.


Are you tired of reading through ChatGPT’s long responses and typing out replies? Well, those days are officially over. 👀

What’s up? OpenAI has released a new “Read Aloud” feature for ChatGPT on IOS, Android, and the web.

How does it work? Mobile users of ChatGPT can access the new feature by clicking the simple headphone-shaped icon next to their prompt text box. This opens up a new interface. Here, people can choose from a list of human-like voices and engage in life-like conversations with ChatGPT. This feature is useful for people who might not enjoy typing out their thoughts or reading through long replies. It is also perfect for people who have busy lives and want to converse with ChatGPT on-the-go or who simply learn better through auditory communication. As AI voice continues to develop, it seems we will begin to see less and less text-based chatbots and the unfolding of more interactive communication tools and features like this.


I genuinely did not know it was possible to be banned by Wikipedia … 🙃

What happened? In the wake of AI controversies and legal battles, CNET, a longstanding tech news giant, has been demoted from a “trusted” to “untrusted” source on Wikipedia.

Why? Wikipedia, while known as “The Free Encyclopedia that Anyone Can Edit,” maintains a degree of accountability through its community of editors and citation requirements. CNET’s fall on Wikipedia began in October 2020 when Red Ventures acquired the site, leading to perceived declines in editorial standards and more advertiser-centric content. Following Red Ventures’ introduction of AI-generated content in November 2023, Wikipedia editors swiftly moved to demote CNET, emphasizing concerns about accuracy and editorial integrity.

Is it just about AI? It’s important to note that the demotion of CNET is not solely because of the mere use of AI. More specifically, it’s about poorly written and inaccurate AI-generated articles which compromise the reliability of the given information. This was a consequence of the way CNET has been irresponsibly using AI. Some Wikipedia editors find this wave of AI-generated misinformation reminiscent of dealing with spambots in the past, but others remain hopeful that if AI remains checked by humans and is used responsibly, it can enhance the overall quality of the written content.



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