Why ChatGPT Is the Hottest Trend in AI Right Now

Expert opinions, job market trends, and real-life applications: Everything you need to know about ChatGPT – the revolutionary AI technology shaping the future!


ChatGPT is The Hottest New Job Skill That can Help You Get Hired

According to a recent study by Resume Builder, ChatGPT, the latest chatbot technology, is the newest in-demand job skill that can help job seekers get hired. Companies such as Microsoft and Slack are already incorporating ChatGPT into their products or using it to work more efficiently. 90% of US business leaders consider ChatGPT experience as a plus for job seekers. Half of the job postings on ZipRecruiter mention ChatGPT, while many companies are already using it to assist with customer support, writing code, creating content, and drafting summaries of meetings. Certification and training courses are available online to enhance ChatGPT skills. Jobseekers should highlight specific objectives accomplished with ChatGPT on their LinkedIn profile or during an interview to stand out from other candidates.


Anthropic’s $5B, 4-Year Plan To Take On OpenAI

Anthropic, an AI research start-up founded in 2020 by former OpenAI researchers, has disclosed its plans to raise up to $5bn over the next two years to compete with OpenAI and enter over a dozen major industries. According to a pitch deck, the company plans to build a “frontier model” named Claude-Next, which it estimates will require on the order of 10^25 FLOPs, making it ten times more capable than today’s most powerful AI. Anthropic’s frontier model could be used to automate large portions of the economy, including developing virtual assistants and automating customer service emails and chat. Anthropic also hopes to establish itself as a public-benefit corporation to avoid concerns about its AI models producing harmful outputs.


Google’s Looming AI Integration Into Search Should Scare The Hell Out Of Microsoft

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai recently revealed Google’s plans to integrate a large language model (LLM) chatbot with its search engine, a move that may scare Microsoft and Bing AI. The plan is for users to still ask search queries as they usually do and then engage in a conversation with a chat AI to find their answer. Although there is no timeline for the integration, Google is already testing products that work similarly. Google I/O 2023 conference keynote on May 10 may offer a hint of what’s in store for Google Search users. While Google may have taken a couple of false steps, it still owns 90% of all search engine traffic and has two AI groups (Google Brain and DeepMind) with the best knowledge graph in the world.


Hello AInstein! Cyprus Classrooms Create Robot with ChatGPT

High school students in Cyprus have developed a robot named AInstein that uses ChatGPT AI technology to improve learning experiences in the classroom. The robot can have discussions, create written work, and even tell jokes. Its purpose is to help teachers teach more effectively, and it can answer questions posed by students. The project’s leader believes that AI can be fitted to the classroom, and AInstein is an example of how it can be done. The students who worked on the project think that AI is not something to fear but should be approached with care and responsible consideration.


In AI Race, Microsoft and Google Choose Speed Over Caution

Microsoft and Google have released chatbots using generative artificial intelligence (GPT), despite concerns from ethicists and employees over the technology’s potential to spread disinformation and degrade critical thinking. The aggressive moves by the risk-averse companies reflect a frantic race to control what could be the tech industry’s next big thing. The release of OpenAI’s chatbot, ChatGPT, which now has an estimated 100 million monthly users, led to a willingness at Microsoft and Google to take greater risks with ethical guidelines, which were set up to ensure their technology does not cause societal problems. Regulators are already threatening to intervene, with the European Union proposing legislation to regulate AI, and Italy temporarily banning ChatGPT last week.


Hello Dolly: Democratizing The Magic Of ChatGPT With Open Models

Dolly, a language model that is similar to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, can be created using a readily available open-source model and high-quality training data. Dolly exhibits a surprising degree of instruction-following capability, including brainstorming, text generation, and open Q&A, despite being only 6 billion parameters and two years old. The model can be used to democratize large language models, allowing any company to create its instruction-following models. By training an old open-source model with focused training data, it’s possible to achieve qualitative gains similar to state-of-the-art models. Companies can improve their products by owning and customizing such models.

Databricks say their Dolly model is as good as ChatGPT and easier to use


Samsung Workers Accidentally Leaked Trade Secrets Via ChatGPT

Samsung employees accidentally leaked confidential information to ChatGPT, an AI language model that retains and uses shared data for training. Three separate instances of leakage were reported, including the sharing of source code, recordings of meetings, and requests for code optimization. Experts warn that this type of leakage may violate GDPR compliance, and Italy has already banned ChatGPT. Samsung has limited upload capacity and is investigating those involved, while also considering building an internal AI chatbot. The leak is a cautionary tale to remember when using ChatGPT for help.