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home robot monitoring and problematic AI text

home robot monitoring and problematic AI text

home robot monitoring and problematic AI text

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These models are trained on text pulled from the internet, including all the toxic, stupid, wrong, and malicious things humans have written online, which they then regurgitate as fact.

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When tech companies scrape the internet again, they scavenge AI-written text that they use to train bigger, more convincing models, which humans can use to generate even more nonsense before it’s scratched. again and again, until nausea. This problem – AI feeding on itself and producing increasingly polluted results – will only grow unless we act, and act quickly. Read the full story.

—Melissa Heikkila

Melissa’s story is from The Algorithm, her weekly newsletter that shines a light on the murky world of AI. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every Monday.

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I’ve scoured the internet to find you today’s funniest/important/scariest/fascinating stories about technology.

1 Elon Musk hasn’t said whether or not he will step down
Instead, he questions (finally) whether Twitter polls are a sensible way to make decisions. (The Guardian)
+ Moments that have defined Musk’s tenure on Twitter to date. (WP$)
+ The business is changing rapidly under him, often hourly. (voice)
+ Does it really matter if Musk is CEO or not, given that he owns Twitter? (The Interception)
+ Bill Gates thinks the company is stoking digital polarization. (FT$)
+ Mastodon has gained over two million new users since Musk took over. (The edge)

2 China is trying to live with covid
The government’s decision to quickly abandon its zero covid strategy has put officials in trouble. (NYT$)

3 Sam Bankman-Fried Agreed To Be Extradited To The United States
But it’s not clear when. (Reuters)
+ He spent his first week in jail watching movies and reading about himself. (NY Mag$)
+ Here are some of the things SBF spent a million dollars on. (FT$)
+ It’s okay to opt out of the crypto revolution. (MIT Technology Review)

4 Negotiators reached historic agreement to protect the planet
If successful, it will protect at least a third of all land and water by 2030. (Vox)
+ Why the oil-rich Gulf is investing heavily in clean energy. (Economist $)
+ Climate action is gaining momentum. Such are disasters. (MIT Technology Review)

5 deadly strep A infections could spread in the United States
An outbreak in the UK has killed 16 children, and the US could be next. (Wired $)

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