- LinkedIn unveils new AI feature Collaborative Articles
LinkedIn, a professional networking site, has unveiled a brand-new feature dubbed “collaborative articles” that would employ AI-powered conversation starters to spark conversations between experts on the site. According to The Verge, the company will connect articles with appropriate users based on its skills graph and ask them to provide context, additional information, and recommendations for the articles.
- OpenAI’s ChatGPT fails notoriously difficult UPSC exam
According to reports, ChatGPT, an AI chatbot created by OpenAI, failed the Union Public Service Commission’s (UPSC) notoriously difficult Indian Civil Services Examination, which is regarded as one of the toughest tests in the world. Insights India Magazine, a Bengaluru-based publication, put ChatGPT to the test by giving it all 100 questions from Question Paper 1 (Set A) from the UPSC Prelims 2022. Only 54 of the questions could be satisfactorily answered by ChatGPT, and it gave incorrect responses for subjects like geography and economics that were not time-sensitive.
- Bing AI chatbot to offer responses in three different tones
In an effort to address some complaints about the service, Microsoft’s Bing chatbot is providing responses in three different tones. Using the same technology as ChatGPT, the search engine’s chatbot will now offer users a choice between three response styles: balanced (“reasonable and coherent”), creative (“creating surprise and entertainment”) or precise (“concise, prioritizing accuracy”).
- AI Chatbot Character.ai valued at $1bn in funding round
The generative artificial intelligence chatbot business Character.ai has received more than $200 million in funding from Marc Andreessen’s venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, marking the early internet pioneer’s first sizable entry into the expanding industry. Some sources with knowledge of the parameters of the arrangement estimate the investment of between $200 million and $250 million will value the company $1 billion.
- Ashwini Vaishnaw stresses on transforming Indian Railways using Artificial Intelligence, Quantum computing
Ashwini Vaishnaw, the railway minister, stated on Friday that the Indian Railways must undergo a rapid transition employing artificial intelligence and quantum computing technology. Speaking at a conference on “Reimagining Indian Railways harnessing the potential of data analytics for integrated transportation,” Vaishnaw suggested that the government-run carrier take the lead in implementing cutting-edge ideas and technologies.