Thinking inward
To understand the power and limits of large language models (LLM), we must separate “formal” from “functional” linguistic competence.
Amazon recently announced Go, the technology that will make checkout lines and cash registers a thing of the past. Go will purportedly enable customers to walk into the store, pick up the items they need...
More than ever before, there is a high demand in the workforce for an increased emphasis on education in mathematics and sciences but students in rural areas often do not have the same opportunities as those who live in urban areas.
text grammar error checker
Grammarly has found a niche suitable for the narrow capabilities of deep learning, and grown itself from a small app into the leading AI-based grammar checker.
cyberthreat intelligence sharing
The cyberthreat landscape is becoming increasingly complex. Threats, attacks, zero-days, exploit kits and all the cyberattack whatnot are multiplying and expanding at a worrying rate, and fact of the matter is the tech community and...
applied machine learning
After a decade of investment, research, and development of tools, the barriers to enterprise AI are slowly fading.
Artificial Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS) is the latest trend that is gradually conquering the cloud.
closed vs open source language models
Until recently, it seemed that big tech companies would monopolize the market for large language models. Open-source LLMs are changing that.
Money laundering is a global, longstanding issue that demands attention and evidence suggests that AI is useful in preventing money laundering.
By Karen Mesoznik, SaferVPN What You Should Know About Public Wi-Fi Usually when you’re preparing for an upcoming trip, your mind runs through the usual concerns and questions: “What vaccinations do I need?” “Is my passport up-to-date?”...