• ChatGPT is Not Omnipotent: Things You Should Not Do with OpenAI's Chatbot

    As ChatGPT gains more prominence, here are things to remember that the chatbot is not omnipotent.

  • Here's How OpenAI Plans To Cleanse ChatGPT Of False Information

    Here's How OpenAI Plans To Cleanse ChatGPT Of False Information Authored by Amaka Nwaokocha via CoinTelegraph.com, OpenAI aims to reduce AI hallucinations in ChatGPT by enhancing math skills, as process supervision shows promise in improving accuracy On May 31, OpenAI announced its efforts to enhance ChatGPT’s mathematical problem-solving capabilities, aiming to reduce instances of artificial intelligence (AI) hallucinations. OpenAI emphasized mitigating hallucinations as a...

    • CNBC

    OpenAI is pursuing a new way to fight A.I. 'hallucinations'

    AI hallucinations occur when models like OpenAI's ChatGPT or Google's Bard fabricate information entirely.

  • Four reasons why the OpenAI CEO would lobby for more regulation

    Sam Altman is the CEO of the largest artificial intelligence company in the world, and he lobbied Congress this week for federal regulation of AI.

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    Microsoft embraces OpenAI's ChatGPT plugin standard

    These updates will give developers the ability to create their own plugins and integrate them seamlessly across the Microsoft Copilot stack.

  • OpenAI Takes Aim at ‘Hallucinations’ as More Businesses Integrate AI

    Humanity has always tended to over-trust the computer. Simply put, we have a long history of misplaced, often naïve faith in next-big-thing technologies. This should give firms pause as they race to integrate next-generation generative artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities into their products and services. That’s because the widespread use of relatively early-stage AI will introduce new […] The post OpenAI Takes Aim at ‘Hallucinations’ as More Businesses Integrate AI first appeared on...

  • OpenAI calling for AI regulation is a solid step in no direction

    In theory, it was the ideal day for OpenAI to release a blog post titled Governance of Superintelligence. In practice, the post and its timing just proved how far the folks at the forefront of AI world are from regulating their technology, or understanding the proper context. The company behind one of the best-known AI image generators (Dall-E) and the best-known AI chatbot (ChatGPT) published the post because it wants to be seen as a group of sober adults, taking both the promise and the threat...

  • OpenAI Seeks International Governance of Most Powerful AI Systems

    OpenAI wants the development of artificial intelligence (AI) to include widespread input and regulation. Greg Brockman, the president of the ChatGPT creator, said Monday (May 22) that OpenAI is considering a Wikipedia-like model that would enable the sharing of diverse views and the arrival at a consensus on decisions around AI, Reuters reported Monday. “We’re not just sitting […] The post OpenAI Seeks International Governance of Most Powerful AI Systems first appeared on PYMNTS.com.

  • OpenAI CEO Sees ‘Huge’ Role for Israel in Future of AI

    TEL AVIV (Reuters)—OpenAI CEO Sam Altman predicted on Monday a "huge role" for Israel in reducing risks from artificial intelligence and eyed investment opportunities in the country even as it debates whether and how to regulate the technology behind ChatGPT.

  • Could ChatGPT One Day Protect You From Hackers? OpenAI Wants to Find Out

    The company creates a $1 million fund to support proposals exploring using AI technologies to automate cybersecurity functions, such as patching bugs and even creating 'honey pots.' ChatGPT developer OpenAI is starting to explore using artificial intelligence to automate cybersecurity work. The company is opening a $1 million grant to fund projects that will use AI to bolster cybersecurity. This could include using AI to automatically patch vulnerabilities,

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    OpenAI develops LLM that uses a chain of thought like humans

    OpenAI is currently researching process supervision, a method for reducing the number of hallucinations produced by LLMs. It has had success with maths datasets but needs to be tested generally.

    • Time

    OpenAI Seeks to Expand in Europe as CEO Floats Poland Office

    OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said part of the reason for his current tour of European cities is to discover a suitable location for a new office.