June « 2022 « Time for machine learning

By: Beth Stackpole

Originally published in MIT Management, May 26, 2022. Armed with dozens of data, Spotify and Wayfair are using machine learning algorithms to keep customers happy. Here’s how. Whether you’re browsing Wayfair’s online aisles to find a perfect section or tuning into a Spotify playlist during a morning run, machine learning algorithms are the

Originally published on Wired.com, May 5, 2022. OpenAI’s new system is able to turn text into images. But researchers say it also reinforces stereotypes against women and people of color. MARCELO RINESI REMEMBERS what it was like to watch Jurassic…

Originally published in MIT Technology Review, May 23, 2022. Some fear that chatter about these tools is doing the whole field a disservice. Earlier this month, DeepMind showed off a new “general purpose” AI model called Gato. The model…

Originally posted by Xavier Amatrian, May 29, 2022. A few weeks ago, Netflix announced that it was adding a two thumbs up option to give feedback on its content. At the same time, I was asked on Twitter…

Originally published on cohere.com, Jun 2, 2022. Cohere, OpenAI, and AI21 Labs have developed a preliminary set of best practices applicable to any organization developing or deploying large language models. Computers that can read and write are…

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