1. Infants Outperform AI in “Commonsense Psychology ”
According to a recent study by a group of psychology and data science academics from NYU, infants are better than artificial intelligence at determining what drives other people’s behaviour. The results point out basic disparities between computer and human cognition, highlighting flaws in the state-of-the-art machine learning, and pinpointing areas in which advancements are required for AI to accurately mimic human behaviour.
2. Amazon Web Services pairs with Hugging Face to target AI developers
The cloud computing division of Amazon, Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced on Tuesday that it is working with startup Hugging Face, a software development hub, to make it simpler to execute artificial intelligence (AI) tasks on Amazon’s cloud.
3. Microsoft’s Bing AI Bot is increasing its Chat Session limit
The current five chat turns per session and 50 per day will be increased to six chat turns per session and 60 total chats per day for Microsoft Bing, with a 100-total chat limit soon after, This is Microsoft’s first step towards extending conversation restrictions.
4. NVIDIA GTC 2023 to Feature Latest Advances in AI
Jensen Huang, the founder and CEO of NVIDIA, will give the opening keynote address at GTC 2023. He will discuss the most recent developments in generative AI, the metaverse, massive language models, robotics, cloud computing, and other areas. The four-day event, which will have 650+ sessions from researchers, developers, and industry leaders in essentially every computing sector, will take place from March 20-23.
5. India ranks first in AI skill penetration and talent concentration: NASSCOM report
India ranks first in AI skill penetration and talent concentration, and sixth in AI scientific publications, according to a new NASSCOM report. According to the report, Indian tech talent is three times more likely than that of other nations to possess or report AI skills. This shows that Indian IT talent is quickly becoming proficient in DS&AI.