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Diving Into the Advancements of Generative Artificial Intelligence

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Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to make significant strides, and this comprehensive overview highlights the latest updates, regulatory activities, and business developments in the world of generative AI. On the law enforcement front, the European Union is evaluating a three-layered […]

Diving Into the Advancements of Generative Artificial Intelligence

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to make significant strides, and this comprehensive overview highlights the latest updates, regulatory activities, and business developments in the world of generative AI.

On the law enforcement front, the European Union is evaluating a three-layered approach aimed at monitoring generative AI models and systems. The first layer encompasses all basic models, while the second layer corresponds to “highly capable” systems categorized by their computing power used for language modeling training. The third layer will encompass popular AI models, determined by the total number of users. Depending on the category to which AI models belong, the most powerful models will require additional checks and testing.

In the realm of technology, Chinese tech giant Baidu is now directly competing with GPT-4. The company has introduced ERNIE 4.0, the latest version of its AI chatbot, which it openly compared to the latest version of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Baidu’s billionaire CEO, Robin Li, stated that the new ERNIE Bot is “not inferior in any aspect to GPT-4.”

Eight unidentified individuals filed a lawsuit against Google in San Francisco in July, alleging privacy violations and property rights infringement. The lawsuit claims that the company allegedly misused content from social media platforms and data shared on Google platforms to train its AI systems. Google is now seeking the dismissal of the lawsuit. “It would not only destroy Google’s services but also the very idea of generative artificial intelligence,” Google argued in court.

Procter & Gamble has launched an internal generative AI called chatPG, utilizing OpenAI’s API. The company aims to increase productivity and provide an enhanced experience for its employees and consumers, from onboarding to assisting call center operators. The tool was initially introduced in beta version back in February. According to Vittorio Cretella, the company’s Chief Information Officer, “we have more than 35 use cases where this model is being combined with internal data.”

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