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India at risk due to lack of AI regulation: Physicist Max Tegmark; Twitter playing hardball with Substack
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AI News today:
India among top three markets for AI-powered Bing Preview: Microsoft
The software giant launched the new Bing preview on February 7, powered by ChatGPT.
Three Samsung Employees Allegedly Leak Sensitive Data to ChatGPT
Anything shared with ChatGPT could be used to train the system and may appear in its responses to other users.
India at risk due to lack of AI regulation, says Max Tegmark
The physicist and machine learning expert is highly regarded in the AI community.
OpenAI focuses on product development, not AI research, says Meta’s Chief AI Scientist LeCun
LeCun and fellow scholar Andrew Ng believe that the government should not regulate the basic science of AI.
Some more AI news:
Corporate Investment in AI Thirteen Times Higher Than a Decade Ago
AI expert Stuart Russell calls for government action on AI laws and regulations
Alibaba invites businesses to test AI chatbot
Microsoft Edge rolls out DALL∙E-based image generator to all users
AI Learning Resource:
Today, we look at the key AI use cases in the real estate sector:
Chatbot for Customer Service: ChatGPT can be used to develop chatbots that interact with customers and address questions related to real estate properties (size, price, location, and features).
Predictive Analytics: ChatGPT can analyze large amounts of data to provide insights into real estate trends (property prices, rental rates, demand indicators). It can assist a variety of different types of real estate professionals in buying, selling, or renting properties.
Tech News Roundup:
Person claiming to be Bitcoin creator takes legal action against Apple
Twitter disables interactions on tweets with Substack links
US-based companies lay off over 270,000 employees in Q1, up by almost 400%
KYC Verification for SIM Cards to Become Fully Digital