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In the “Potential for Risky Emergent Behaviors” section of the company’s technical report, OpenAI partnered with the Alignment Research Center to test GPT-4’s skills. The Center used the AI to convince a human to send the solution to a CAPTCHA code via text message—and it worked.
Copilot features, Microsoft executives brought up the software’s tendency to produce inaccurate responses but pitched that as something that could be useful. If people realize that Copilot’s responses could be sloppy with the facts, they can edit the inaccuracies and more quickly send their emails or finish their presentation slides.
Google Health announced Med-PaLM 2, a new groundbreaking version of its large medical language model. Med-PaLM 2 consistently performs at an expert level on medical exam questions and reaches an 85% accuracy, scoring 18% higher than its predecessor.
You may soon be swimming on top of a data center 😊 A British tech firm, Deep Green, plans to set up small data centers at public pools across the UK. An innovative solution for data center cooling and energy efficiency, this approach uses the excess heat generated by servers installed beneath a public pool to warm the water via a heat exchanger.
The US government has launched a new initiative to help organizations detect security flaws in Microsoft’s cloud services. The “Microsoft Cloud Security Technical Reference Architecture” initiative collaborates with the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Microsoft. The program aims to provide organizations with a comprehensive set of guidelines, tools, and best practices to improve the security of their Microsoft cloud services. The initiative is part of a more significant effort by the US government to enhance critical systems and infrastructure cybersecurity.
According to a recent survey, 83% of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) feel they must do more with less in 2023. The survey, which polled 500 CIOs in the US and the UK, found that budget constraints are the main factor driving this sentiment, with 74% of respondents citing it as a significant challenge. Additionally, CIOs expressed concerns about the difficulty of finding qualified personnel (55% of respondents) and the need to meet constantly changing business requirements (51%). The survey also found that 87% of CIOs plan to accelerate their adoption of cloud computing this year to help meet their business needs.
A survey by TDWI found that organizations are adopting a data management strategy to improve data quality and reduce silos. 71% of respondents have implemented or planned to implement a data management strategy, but challenges such as data governance and lack of skilled personnel still need to be solved. Organizations are investing in cloud-based data management solutions, master data management, and data integration tools.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to help solve the problem of IT data overload. IT departments need help managing the sheer volume of data. AI can benefit by analyzing and identifying patterns in large data sets, providing insights that would be difficult to uncover manually. However, AI is not a silver bullet, and organizations must ensure that their data is accurate and high-quality to achieve the full benefits of AI.
A new report reveals the importance of data management to enterprises. The report highlights how effective data management can help organizations improve decision-making, reduce costs, and comply with regulations. The report recommends that organizations establish a data management strategy, prioritize data quality, and ensure they have the right tools and technologies. The report also stresses the importance of data governance and the need for organizations to foster a culture that values data as a strategic asset.