Daily Archive: August 24, 2020

Most Important Rising Technology From 2010 Until Now

When Google launched the Android powered Nexus One telephone on January 5, 2010, Steve Jobs, Apple CEO responded to that development in a broadly reported assembly together with his workers in January 2010, At that meeting Steve Jobs made some scathing remarks about their rival Google. My grandparents each have smartphones. They by no means use their information, but they nonetheless spend over $a hundred dollars a month. It is so dumb. Guys at Google are watching each step that Siri takes and following the launch of IOS 6, they need to have widened their very own horizons in preparation … Read More

GPT-3, Bloviator: OpenAI’s language generator has no idea what it’s talking about

Since OpenAI first described its new AI language-generating system called GPT-3 in May, hundreds of media outlets (including MIT Technology Review) have written about the system and its capabilities. Twitter has been abuzz about its power and potential. The New York Times published an op-ed about it. Later this year, OpenAI will begin charging companies for access to GPT-3, hoping that its system can soon power a wide variety of AI products and services.

Is GPT-3 an important step toward artificial general intelligence—the kind that would allow a machine to reason broadly in a manner similar to humans

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Osmind pitches clinical management and data analysis for mental health practices using psychedelics – TechCrunch

Jimmy Qian and Lucia Huang, the co-founders of a new clinical practice management and data analysis platform for mental health providers focusing on cutting edge psychedelic treatments, met at Stanford University. 

The two both come from healthcare backgrounds. Huang, whose mother was a biomedical engineer, worked as an associate at Warburg Pincus focused on healthcare and worked at the startup Verge Genomics before heading to Stanford’s business school while Qian was in medical school at Stanford.

Both also went to high school in the Bay Area and were intimately familiar with the mental health crisis affecting the communities around Silicon

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