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This video explores the journey of AI language models, from their modest beginnings through the development of OpenAI's GPT models. Our journey takes us through the key moments in generative neural network research involved in next word prediction. We delve into the early experiments with tiny language models in the 1980s, highlighting significant contributions by researchers like Jordan, who introduced Recurrent Neural Networks, and Elman, whose work on learning word boundaries revolutionized our understanding of language processing. It leaves us with a question: what is thought? Is simulated thought, thought? Featuring Noam Chomsky Douglas Hofstadter Michael I. Jordan Jeffrey Elman Geoffrey Hinton Ilya Sutskever Andrej Karpathy Yann LeCun and more. (Sam altman)

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00:00 - Introduction 00:32 - hofstader's thoughts on chatGPT 01:00 - recap of supervised learning 01:55 - first paper on sequential learning 02:55 - first use of state units (RNN) 04:33 - first observation of word boundary detection 05:30 - first observation of word clustering 07:16 - first "large" language model Hinton/Sutskever 10:10 - sentiment neuron (Ilya | OpenAI) 12:30 - transformer explaination 15:50 - GPT-1 17:00 - GPT-2 17:55 - GPT-3 18:20 - In-context learning 19:40 - ChatGPT 21:10 - tool use 23:25 - philosophical question: what is thought?

Mon, 27 Nov 2023 11:53:24 -0800
<![CDATA[A.I. Needs New Clichés. The old ones aren’t helping, and the… | by Molly Wright Steenson | Medium]]>és-ed0d6adb8cbb

If you plug “AI” or “artificial intelligence” into Google Image Search, here’s what you get. Electric brains firing blue with neurons. Translucent robots and robot heads, code dribbling down their foreheads and noses.

Fri, 24 Nov 2023 11:33:40 -0800és-ed0d6adb8cbb
<![CDATA[[1hr Talk] Intro to Large Language Models]]>

This is a 1 hour general-audience introduction to Large Language Models: the core technical component behind systems like ChatGPT, Claude, and Bard. What they are, where they are headed, comparisons and analogies to present-day operating systems, and some of the security-related challenges of this new computing paradigm. As of November 2023 (this field moves fast!).

Context: This video is based on the slides of a talk I gave recently at the AI Security Summit. The talk was not recorded but a lot of people came to me after and told me they liked it. Seeing as I had already put in one long weekend of work to make the slides, I decided to just tune them a bit, record this round 2 of the talk and upload it here on YouTube. Pardon the random background, that's my hotel room during the thanksgiving break.

Few things I wish I said (I'll add items here as they come up): - The dreams and hallucinations do not get fixed with finetuning. Finetuning just "directs" the dreams into "helpful assistant dreams". Always be careful with what LLMs tell you, especially if they are telling you something from memory alone. That said, similar to a human, if the LLM used browsing or retrieval and the answer made its way into the "working memory" of its context window, you can trust the LLM a bit more to process that information into the final answer. But TLDR right now, do not trust what LLMs say or do. For example, in the tools section, I'd always recommend double-checking the math/code the LLM did. - How does the LLM use a tool like the browser? It emits special words, e.g. |BROWSER|. When the code "above" that is inferencing the LLM detects these words it captures the output that follows, sends it off to a tool, comes back with the result and continues the generation. How does the LLM know to emit these special words? Finetuning datasets teach it how and when to browse, by example. And/or the instructions for tool use can also be automatically placed in the context window (in the “system message”). - You might also enjoy my 2015 blog post "Unreasonable Effectiveness of Recurrent Neural Networks". The way we obtain base models today is pretty much identical on a high level, except the RNN is swapped for a Transformer. - What is in the run.c file? A bit more full-featured 1000-line version hre:

Chapters: Part 1: LLMs 00:00:00 Intro: Large Language Model (LLM) talk 00:00:20 LLM Inference 00:04:17 LLM Training 00:08:58 LLM dreams 00:11:22 How do they work? 00:14:14 Finetuning into an Assistant 00:17:52 Summary so far 00:21:05 Appendix: Comparisons, Labeling docs, RLHF, Synthetic data, Leaderboard Part 2: Future of LLMs 00:25:43 LLM Scaling Laws 00:27:43 Tool Use (Browser, Calculator, Interpreter, DALL-E) 00:33:32 Multimodality (Vision, Audio) 00:35:00 Thinking, System 1/2 00:38:02 Self-improvement, LLM AlphaGo 00:40:45 LLM Customization, GPTs store 00:42:15 LLM OS Part 3: LLM Security 00:45:43 LLM Security Intro 00:46:14 Jailbreaks 00:51:30 Prompt Injection 00:56:23 Data poisoning 00:58:37 LLM Security conclusions End 00:59:23 Outro

Wed, 22 Nov 2023 18:27:48 -0800
<![CDATA[DeepMind AI creates algorithms that sort data faster than those built by people]]>

You have full access to this article via your institution. An artificial intelligence (AI) system based on Google DeepMind’s AlphaZero AI created algorithms that, when translated into the standard programming language C++, can sort data up to three times as fast as human-generated versions.

Mon, 10 Jul 2023 03:51:13 -0700
<![CDATA[AI and the threat of "human extinction": What are the tech-bros worried about? It's not you and me |]]>

On May 30, a research organization called the Center for AI Safety released a 22-word statement signed by a number of prominent "AI scientists," including Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI; Demis Hassabis, the CEO of Google DeepMind; and Geoffrey Hinton, who has been described as the "godfather" of AI.

Mon, 10 Jul 2023 02:53:06 -0700
<![CDATA[A Brief Look at Jordan Peterson - SOME MORE NEWS]]>

Hi, woke moralists! In today’s episode, we take a look at Jordan Peterson through the lens of Jungian archetypes – just as he would want – and explore some of his other ideas about climate change, gender, marriage, hierarchies, and lobsters. Don’t check the timecode!


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Wed, 03 Aug 2022 10:00:21 -0700
<![CDATA[Blake Lemoine Says Google's LaMDA AI Faces 'Bigotry' | WIRED]]>

The question of whether a computer program, or a robot, might become sentient has been debated for decades. In science fiction, we see it all the time. The artificial intelligence establishment overwhelmingly considers this prospect something that might happen in the far future, if at all.

Mon, 20 Jun 2022 19:51:09 -0700
<![CDATA[Blake Lemoine Says Google's LaMDA AI Faces 'Bigotry' | WIRED]]>

The question of whether a computer program, or a robot, might become sentient has been debated for decades. In science fiction, we see it all the time. The artificial intelligence establishment overwhelmingly considers this prospect something that might happen in the far future, if at all.

Mon, 20 Jun 2022 15:51:09 -0700
<![CDATA[‘The Game is Over’: AI breakthrough puts DeepMind on verge of achieving human-level artificial intelligence | The Independent]]>

Human-level artificial intelligence is close to finally being achieved, according to a lead researcher at Google’s DeepMind AI division.

Fri, 03 Jun 2022 05:52:12 -0700
<![CDATA[‘The Game is Over’: AI breakthrough puts DeepMind on verge of achieving human-level artificial intelligence | The Independent]]>

Human-level artificial intelligence is close to finally being achieved, according to a lead researcher at Google’s DeepMind AI division.

Fri, 03 Jun 2022 01:52:12 -0700
<![CDATA[How This A.I. Draws Anything You Describe [DALL-E 2]]]>

Art takes a unique combination of skill, creativity the very human element of aesthetic taste. But what if the visual arts also fall to AI. In this episode we discuss Dall-E 2, a powerful text to image generator that's set to shake things up.

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Fri, 22 Apr 2022 06:07:45 -0700
<![CDATA[Explaining Deleuze with drum machines]]>

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Wed, 19 Jan 2022 20:27:45 -0800
<![CDATA[The AI-Augmented Author. Writing With GPT-3 With Paul Bellow | The Creative Penn]]>

How can authors use AI writing tools like GPT-3? What's the best way to prompt the models to output usable text? Are there copyright issues with this approach? Author Paul Bellow explains how he is using the tools and how authors need to embrace the possibilities rather than reject them. %1$s&aoh=16247239328784&csi=0&referrer=

Sat, 26 Jun 2021 09:35:22 -0700
<![CDATA["MICHAELSOFT BINBOWS" isn't what you think it is]]>

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Sun, 16 May 2021 10:00:16 -0700
<![CDATA[The internet didn’t kill counterculture—you just won’t find it on Instagram]]>

Search Google Images for ‘counterculture’ and it overwhelmingly returns black-and-white photos of young people all now over 60.

Tue, 19 Jan 2021 23:55:14 -0800
<![CDATA[Springtime Everywhere — Real Life]]>

“If you look at Google Earth, it’s springtime everywhere,” explains Gopal Shah, Google Earth’s product manager, in a YouTube interview. In a TED talk he boasts that Google Earth is “cloud-free,” since the clouds and their shadows are edited out.

Thu, 08 Oct 2020 23:13:04 -0700
<![CDATA[UIM Schedule - Google Docs]]> ]]> Wed, 26 Aug 2020 02:59:19 -0700 <![CDATA[Openly shared AI Resource List - Google Docs]]>

List of AI in: Academia, Technology and Activism - An Openly shared Resource with Peers. (Title to be changed soon) The Cultural Production of Art and AI: Investigating various methods such as: computer vision, artificial intelligence, neurorobotics, speech recognition, generative writing, ge...

Fri, 10 Jul 2020 04:59:04 -0700
<![CDATA[Opinion | Good for Google, Bad for America - The New York Times]]>

At its core, artificial intelligence is a military technology. Why is the company sharing it with a rival? Mr. Thiel is an entrepreneur and investor.

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