Technology is rapidly evolving and you need to constantly upgrade yourself to keep pace with it. Tech billionaire Elon Musk said strongly that if one does not grow with the pace of technology, there is no way to help it.
He said “When You were partying, I studied ChatGPT. When you were having premarital sex, I mastered Stable Diffusion. While you wasted days training at the gym in pursuit of vanity, I was training ML models. And now that the world is on fire and AGI is at the gate, you have the audacity to come to me for help?”
The tweet posted earlier today has garnered over 248,000 likes and has been retweeted nearly 22,000 times. Furthermore, it has fueled conversations about future innovations.
This is true across many techniques. And so will the next one, said one. Many people also asked questions about Stable Diffusion and AGI and wanted to know how these techniques work.
The development of artificial intelligence has been going on for decades. But in recent months so-called generative AI — particularly OpenAI’s ChatGPT and DAL-E products — has generated widespread excitement among investors who believe it can also generate massive financial rewards.
Meanwhile, Google is rolling out a new conversational artificial intelligence service to a select set of testers, according to The Wall Street Journal, and is planning a wider public launch in the coming weeks.
This is part of the company’s effort to play catch-up with challengers such as OpenAI, makers of the popular chatbot ChatGPT.
Google parent Alphabet’s CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post published on Monday that the new experimental service, called Bard, answers questions asked by users, based on information pulled from the web.
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